The Antholz Valley at your feet, kaiserschmarrn (shredded pancakes) or a speck platter on the table and clear, fresh mountain air flowing through your nose – all this awaits at the end of a short hike up to our Kumpflalm cabin. This is where aunt Maria Martha still bakes homemade bread with the guests, and Mara creates an atmosphere of “Hüttengaudi” (chalet merriment) with her accordion.

Sprawling views from the Kumpflalm cabin
At an altitude of 1,653 metres, there is little to obstruct guests’ views once they have taken on the 90 minute climb to the Kumpflalm cabin. The small mountain gem in Antholz-Mittertal has everything the South Tyroleans love about their mountains: colourful sunsets, fragrant alpine herbs and meadows, homemade dishes in the cabin and festive Hüttengaudi evenings that only the South Tyroleans know how to do right. Even the locals like coming to this hiking spot, which Thomas’ siblings run every day in summer from 1 June to 15 October and is open from the morning right through to the evening.

From breakfast at the cabin to dumpling evenings
If you come to the Kumpflalm cabin for a breakfast, we will lift dampened spirits and help your tired self to get back on your feet with fresh natural spring water, homemade bread and a hearty breakfast. We also organise regular Knödelabend (dumpling evening) and festive events, such as the famous Almfest and the Hüttenschluss, which are both highly entertaining.