Gastronomy Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei - mountain huts/ski huts Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei
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Gastronomy/Eating at the ski resort Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei
Cosy mountain huts and high-quality restaurants are distributed throughout the Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei ski area. Definite highlights are the Adler Lounge on the Cimaross and the Gradonna restaurant. Numerous rustic and cosy huts round off the gastronomic offering.
14 mountain restaurants & ski huts
At the Cimaross mountain station at 2,421 metres
The amazing view of the Großglockner from the Adler Lounge is an unmissable experience. A cosy pine wood dining room is also available for exclusive menus and quality wines from the wine cellar. It also serves a choice of three different fondues (must be ordered in advance): Mountain Cheese Fondue, Fondue Chinoise and Spicy Thai Fondue. The menu caters to every taste. The impressive view of the mountain scenery and 60 three-thousand metre peaks comes as standard.
In the Gradonna Mountain Resort beside the Figol slope in Kals
The restaurant in Kals offers culinary delights and good wines. You can enjoy your lunch accompanied by a beautiful view of the Kals mountain landscape.
Mountain hut tip
Roat´z Bodn Hittn
At run number 3 (Matrei)
The Roat´z Bodn Hittn is a rustic mountain hut with a lot of wood decor and ceramic stoves. It serves typical regional specialities. The sun terrace is an inviting place to sit in fine weather.
Below the Goldried lift mountain station at 2,018 metres
Cosy restaurant with a gorgeous view of the Isel Valley. In fine weather, you can enjoy the sun terrace with lounge chairs.
At the Glocknerblick 6-person chairlift at 1,970 metres (Kals)
The rustic and cosy hut offers a beautiful view of the Großglockner. Friendly staff serve Tyrolean specialities. The sun terrace is an inviting place to sit in fine weather.
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