The Straubinger Haus (1,558 metres) is a mountain hut in the Chiemgau Alps providing modern and cosy accommodation for day guests, long-distance hikers and mountain bikers.
Sunny hut on the southernmost peak of the Chiemgau Alps
German Alpine Club, Straubing Division
The Straubinger Haus enjoys a wonderful location surrounded by lush meadows, easy-to-climb mountains and the rolling peaks of the Chiemgau Alps. It can be reached from all directions, including from Bavaria to the north. It is little wonder that this modern and cosy hut is popular with day guests, long-distance hikers and mountain bikers. The hut sleeps up to 60 people and has a large terrace where guests can enjoy hearty local food. The terrace also offers wonderful views of the Kaiser Mountains. Among the easiest and closest peaks is the Fellhorn, while mountains such as the Steinplatte are more challenging and take a full day. The Kaiser Mountains can also be reached from the hut via a day-long trek.
How to get to the Straubinger Haus
From Blindau via Klausenbergalm in 3.5 hours, from Erpfendorf in 3.25 hours, from Gasthaus Steinplatte in 2 hours, from the Hagertal Valley / Hagerbrücke bridge in 2.75 hours, from Reit im Winkl in 3.5 hours, from Seegatterl car park in 3 hours
Walks and hikes in the area (walking time to summit)
Fellhorn (1,765 metres), 45 minutes, easy
Fellhorn circular hike (1,765 metres), 1.5 hours, easy/intermediate
Steinplatte (1,869 metres), 4 hours, intermediate
Circular hike: Schuhmacherkreuz – Eggenalmkogel (1,685 metres), 1.5 hours, intermediate
Circular hike: Pflegereck, Hemmersuppenalm, 4.5 hours, intermediate
Further huts in the area, long-distance hiking trails
Traunsteiner Skihütte, 3.75 hours
Stripsenjochhaus, 11 hours
The Straubinger Haus is located on the Nordalpenweg trail (Stage 29/30).