On the Alpine pasture, there is no sin. Sometimes it's just said that there is. For us, this is the basis when we set the tables at the Kraftalm.Read more
Colourful mountain pastures, romantic trails and a summit cross. For most hikers that's the definition of an alpine pasture. For us it's much more. We have experienced and witnessed the interaction of agriculture and hospitality across 5 generations.
The alpine hotel is only a small part of it - 22 ha of pasture and woodland are spread around the site.
All of this should be looked after, cherished and appreciated.
There, where the cattle are, there is life - that's our home.
A long time before the first guests of the Summer.Freshness stayed at the KRAFTalm, the cattle were already living there.
In the beginning, there was always agriculture. During the new construction project of the KRAFTalm, this was also the case. This is because hospitality and agriculture should always be appreciated. As a result of this, it was important that the stable buildings were also rebuilt and the cows were able to reoccupy the new alpine inn in the summer of 2019. Previously, it was the cattle belonging to our great-great-grandparents who grazed here, and today it is the animals of our aunt Elisabeth and her husband Meinrad. Elisabeth herself is a KRAFTalm - a girl who grew up on the mountains. So it's not just an alpine inn for her and her family, but it also always feels a little like coming back home. Quite rightly too, and we are very grateful for this. As family is and remains the foundation of our philosophy.
They're Tyrolean Butterhirschen.
A synonym for an alpine cow.