The heart of the Granatalm - Christa & Georg
Open your heart. Let nature inside. Close to heaven we created a place to enjoy and regain strength.
Where it is a pleasure to stop by the open fireplace and in the rustic rooms. Where the large sun terrace allows you to experience the beauty of the Zillertal mountains at first hand. And where we offer regional quality in a friendly atmosphere with our down-to-earth Tyrolean cuisine. With friends and family, you can enjoy your own personal hours of sunshine in the shelter of the Alps at our mountain hut in the Zillertal: with naturally charming hospitality. Cheers and enjoy your meal!
High up on the Penkenjoch - THE GRANAT CHAPEL - a place of silence and contemplation can be found - designed by the Swiss star architect Mario Botta - built by the Josef Brindlinger family in the summer of 2013 - accessible directly via the Finkenberger Almbahnen, 5 minutes on foot; via the Mayrhofner Bergbahnen and Kombibahn approx. 20 minutes on foot; The Garnet Chapel - an architectural jewel - is located in the midst of the magnificent Zillertal mountain world on the sunny plateau of the Penkenjoch. It uniquely combines the nature of the garnet stone, which was already mined in the Stillup Valley, with local wood. The Garnet Chapel is dedicated to Blessed Engelbert Kolland, a native of the Zillertal.
In winter and summer, the Granatalm on the sunny plateau of the Penkenjoch is worth a visit. Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, hiker, biker, sun worshipper, bon vivant, family with children - everyone gets their money's worth here. We offer a wide range of culinary delights, from mountain breakfasts to spicy delicacies and home-made cakes - we spoil you with local products, freshly prepared.
We are looking forward to welcome you: 20.06.2020 - 11.10.2020
See you soon!
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Destination address for the tourist information:
A-6293 Tux, Lanersbach 401
Plan your route online:
The airports at Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are between 90 and 230 km from Tux-Finkenberg.