The Württemberger Haus (2,220 metres) is a German Alpine Club mountain refuge in the Obermedriol basin in the Lechtal Alps, Tirol.
Simple hut for adventures in the Lechtal Valley
German Alpine Club, Stuttgart Division
Those wanting to achieve something special often have to go that extra mile. In the case of Württemberger Haus, the challenging ascent takes about four hours over peaks and troughs. However, good climbers are willing to accept this in return for the scenic beauty of the route and its destination. Nestled in the attractive alpine basin of Obermedriol and below a small lake, this mountain refuge welcomes visitors with a stone bell tower. Of course that is not all: Württemberger Haus has to welcome its guests – visitors can savour exquisite cuisine and comfortable accommodation. The Württemberger Haus is an important base along the Lechtal Valley High Trail and a stage along the Eagle Walk.
How to get to the Württemberger Haus
From Zams near Landeck through Zammer Loch (5 hours); from Gramais in the Lechtal Valley over the Bitterscharte ridge (6 hours); from Madau in the Lechtal Valley over Leiterjöchl (5 hours)
Walks and hikes in the area (walking time to summit)
Schiefersee (2,300 metres), 1.75 hours
Medriolkopf (2,664 metres), 1.5 hours, difficult
Großbergspitze (2,657 metres), 1.5 hours, difficult
Bittrichkopf (2,698 metres), 1.5 hours, difficult
Leiterspitze (2,750 metres), 3.5 hours, difficult
Further huts in the area, long-distance hiking trails