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Gastronomy Brandnertal – Brand/Bürserberg - mountain huts/ski huts Brandnertal – Brand/Bürserberg

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Gastronomy/Eating at the ski resort Brandnertal – Brand/Bürserberg

The Brandnertal offers many nice and cozy ski huts. There is no mass food production. The hut employees are very motivated and enjoy spoiling their patrons.

9 Mountain restaurants & Ski huts


Mountain hut tip

Palüdhütte

On slope No. 5 from the mountain station of the Gulma lift to the Palued lift.

The ski hut with the longest tradition in Brand. Sabine and Christian Beck serve freshly prepared daily menus in the cozy hut or on the sun terrace. The specialty of the house is Topfenlasagne mit Vanillesauce und Pflaumenröster (a cheese pastry dish with vanilla sauce and roasted plums) - should definitely not be missed!

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Rufana Alp

On the Buerserberg at the Einhorn II lift

This popular ski hut is a highlight with its aged wood, open fireplace and special ambiance. During the winter, there is a fondue evening every Friday (must reserve ahead) and every Thursday, Après-Ski until 8 PM.

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Berghof Melkboden

At the mountain station of the Palued lift in Brand

The rustic Melkboden Alpine restaurant offers traditional homemade specialties such as Kaiserschmarren and other Austrian dishes at fair prices.

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Fuchsbau

Slightly above the base station of the Loischkopf lift in Buerserberg

Family-run, cozy ski hut with homemade specialties and nice view of the mountain landscape from the panorama sun room.

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