The Bad Kissinger Hütte (1,788 metres) is an alpine hut offering hikers and climbers rest, food and accommodation in the heart of the Tannheim Mountains and the Allgäu Alps.
Charming hut in the Tannheim Mountains
German Alpine Club, Bad Kissingen Division
Offering a sunny terrace with fine views of the Tannheimer Tal Valley, cosy rooms with plenty of natural light and delicious food prepared using ingredients from the local region, the Bad Kissinger Hütte is an alpine hut in the Tannheim Mountains. Situated at the foot of the Aggenstein mountain (1,987 metres), this stone building with a modern extension blends into the landscape and provides an excellent base camp for walking and climbing. It is open from May until October and is located on the Tannheim High Trail. During the winter months the hut is open but no service is provided. A hut was erected on this site as early as 1889. Since then it has been renovated and updated on a regular basis. It was given its modern-day name in 1993.
How to get to the Bad Kissinger Hütte
From Grän-Enge: 2 hours
From Pfronten-Steinach via Reichenbachklamm: 4 hours
From Pfronten-Steinach (using cable car): 2 hours
From Füssener Jöchl (top of cable car): 2 hours, more information on hike
Walks and hikes in the area
Aggenstein (1,986 metres), 0.75 hours, intermediate
Brentenjoch (2,001 metres), 1.5 hours, intermediate
Große Schlicke (2,059 metres), 3.5 hours, intermediate
Ostlerhütte (circular walk), 4.5 hours, intermediate
The hut is located on the Tannheim High Trail and the Via Alpina.
Further huts in the area
Otto-Mayr-Hütte, 3.5 hours
Ostlerhütte, 2.5 hours
Gimpelhaus, 5 Std.