The Anhalter Hut (2,042 metres above sea level) is a German Alpine Club mountain refuge hut at the foot of the Heiterwand north face in the Lechtal Alps, Tirol and is well suited for families.
Unpretentious, original and family friendly
German Alpine Club Hut, Section Upper Neckar
Stage of the Eagle Walk
They still exist, Alpine Club houses for which there is still no access road or cableway for material transport. The Anhalter Hut just below the Heiterwand north face is one of them. Basic essentials are delivered once per season by helicopter, after which food and materials are carried up to the hut in a backpack. Visitors, however, do not have to go without Alpine comforts. Clear water from the hut’s own well and a small power plant with additional solar energy ensure that all hygiene needs are met. Wonderfully refreshed, guests can savour delicious meals in original ambience – the wood panelling in the lounge dates back to the hut’s founding year of 1912. The hut is also in possession of yet another quality criterion: the Family Friendly Certificate!
Well known surrounding mountains: Tschachaun, Imster Mitterberg, Falscher Kogel, Namloser Wetterspitze.
Ascent to the Anhalter Hut
From Hahntennjoch (ca. 1 ½ hours); from Namlos in the district of Reutte (ca. 3 hours); from Boden/Bschlabs in the Plötzigtal Valley(ca. 3 hours).