The Hanauer Hut (1,922 metres above sea level) in the Angerletal Valley is a mountain refuge hut, seminar venue and an important tour base in the Lechtal Alps, Tirol.
Excellent hut amidst the peaks of the Lechtal Alps
German Alpine Club Hut, Section Hanau
Stage along the Eagle Walk
This impressive mountain refuge hut above Boden in the Angerletal Valley was built in 1897 – nestled in the midst of lush mountain meadows. The impressive mountain scenery with the Dremelspitze Peak and alpine flower-strewn Hochkar of Parzinn never ceases to amaze hikers and climbers. Does a mountain refuge hut need more than a wonderful location and great service? The Hanauer Hut is also equipped with a large conference room with optimum training conditions for groups of up to 60 persons. All technical aids are available: overhead projector, video recorder, beamer. But every so often you will need to go outside, where visitors are enticed by the terrific range of tours to the peaks.
Well known surrounding mountains: Kogelseespitze, Reichspitze, Große Schlenkerspitze, Dremelspitze, Parzinnspitze.
Ascent to the Hanauer Hut
From Boden near Bschlabs, Pfafflar municipality, district of Reutte, through the Angerletal Valley (ca. 2 hours)