The Wildseeloderhaus (1,854 metres) is an Austrian Alpine Club mountain refuge at the foot of the Wildseeloder mountain above Fieberbrunn in the Kitzbühel Alps, Tirol.
Hospitable accommodation at the beautiful Wildsee lake
Austrian Alpine Club, Fieberbrunn Division
There are places that radiate positive energy. The Wildseeloderhaus stands on one of them: in a cirque hollow at the magical Wildsee lake near the Wildseeloder, Fieberbrunn’s local mountain. The hut was built from stone in 1892. There is, of course, more than enough available. The limestone was mined on the spot, and the remaining materials required were laboriously transported up the mountain by animals and carriers. Today, part of the climb can be managed easily by cable car, so you can enjoy the amenities of the mountain hut for a little longer: comfortable facilities, great food and fabulous scenery, for example, the Lofer and Leogang Mountains directly opposite. There are many opportunities for hiking; climbers will also feel right at home with three via ferrata fixed-rope climbing routes.
How to get to the Wildseeloderhaus
When using the cable car to the Lärchfilzkogel, from the cable car terminal (1.5 hours); from Fieberbrunn via the AV- Weg 711 - Alpine Club trail number 711 (3.5 hours); from the Lärchfilzhochalm (1.5 to 2 hours)
Walks and hikes in the area, long-distance hiking trails
Wildseeloder (2,117 metres), 1 hour, intermediate
Henne (2,078 metres), 1 hour, intermediate (via ferrata climbing route with sections rated A to D - easy to difficult)
Hoher Mahdstein (2,063 metres), 2 hours, difficult
Bischof (2,127 metres), 2.75 hours, intermediate
Circular hike: Blumenweg / Hochhörndlerspitze (1,983 metres), 2.5 hours, intermediate
Further huts in the area, long-distance hiking trails
Bochumer Hütte, 7 hours
Hochwildalmhütte, 3 hours
Hochhörndlhütte, 1 hours
The Wildseeloderhaus is located on the WAIWI long-distance hiking trail.
Hospitable accommodation at the beautiful Wildsee lake Austrian Alpine Club, Fieberbrunn Division There are places that radiate positive energy. The…