Obergurgl: Hohe Mut Alm Mountain Restaurant

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2nd day in the Austrian Alps…

Perched on a ridge 2670m above sea level and surrounded by dramatic mountain peaks, Hohe Mut Alm restaurant is a destination in itself.  It was the venue of our first mountain hut meal in Austria’s Tirol region.

21 of these peaks surround the restaurant

From the base of the Hohe Mut piste, we took the first gondola and then the second to reach the restaurant.  Throughout the ride, we marvelled at how magnificent the Alps was.  (Here’s a short video of our gondola ride and visit to Hohe Mut Alm)

Hungry kids after their snowboarding lesson

The first thing that caught our attention when we arrived was the playground.  It was amazing to see facilities for kids like this on such a remote and high place.  There were some barriers though not throughout, so my hubby and I had to be alert the entire time.

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Guess who reached the playground first, Joaquin or his Dad? 🙂
See no barriers here. ‘Stop right there, Joaquin.’

For a mountain restaurant, Hohe Mut Alm impressed us with premium-quality food. They serve traditional Tirolean dishes but on that particular lunch we opted for good ol’ pasta dishes and beef goulash.F9A7BF87-E19A-408B-96D7-527499C39316

The restaurant has a few seating areas and the first one that greeted us was alfresco, but the biting cold prevented us from sitting there.  The other one was also outdoor, behind the hut, but with higher glass walls to defend its diners from the strong wind.  That was our choice.  There were also plenty of tables inside where it was warmer and cozy.

Alfresco dining at Hohe Mut

We had some more time after lunch so we went to the playground again and took a few more pictures before heading back to the village.

I remember that I lost my beanie that day, so I used my grey neck warmer for my head. 🙂

Here’s a video of our visit to Hohe Mut Alm.  Enjoy watching!

Our visit to Hohe Mut Alm was during our 2nd day in the Austrian Alps (Day 7 of our 18-day holiday).

Here are the other blogs on our Bavaria and Austria Holiday:

    1. Munich: Start of our family’s tales from last winter
    2. Munich: Viktualienmarkt Biergarten
    3. Munich: BMW Museum and BMW Welt
    4. Munich: Theatine Church and Odeonplatz
    5. Munich: Christmas Markets
    6. Munich: Hofbrauhaus Beer Hall
    7. Munich: City Aparthotel München
    8. Salzburg: Birthplace of Mozart and Silent Night
    9. Salzburg: Hohensalzburg Fortress 
    10. Salzburg: Residenzplatz Christmas Market
    11. Salzburg: Salzburg Cathedral
    12. Salzburg: Silent Night 200 at Salzburg Museum
    13. Salzburg: Silent Night Tour by Bob’s Special Tour
    14. Salzburg: Silent Night at Oberndorf and Laufen
    15. Salzkammergut: Road Trip to Hallstatt
    16. Salzkammergut: Christmas Market at St Wolfgang
    17. Salzburg: Krampus Run at Hellbrunn Palace
    18. Salzburg: Imlauer Hotel Pitter Salzburg
    19. Obergurgl: A Week in the Austrian Alps
    20. Obergurgl: Chalet Obergurgl Luxury Apartments
    21. Obergurgl: Hohe Mut Alm Mountain Restaurant
    22. Obergurgl: Snowstorm on Christmas Eve
    23. Obergurgl: Day After the Storm
    24. Obergurgl: Snowshoeing
    25. Hochgurgl: Tobogganing
    26. Hochgurgl: Hochgurgl Cable Car Ride
    27. Vienna: First Impressions
    28. Vienna: Hofburgkapelle and Imperial Armoury
    29. Vienna: Schönbrunn Palace
    30. Vienna: Imperial Treasury and Hofburg
    31. Vienna: Prater
    32. Vienna: New Year’s Eve Fireworks and Waltz
    33. Vienna: Hilton Vienna Plaza
    34. Stuttgart: The Mercedes-Benz Museum
    35. Stuttgart: The Porsche Museum


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