The Best Chalets in Kaprun

Kaiserschmarrn, cheese and excellent weather

In the Alps, "Einkehrschwung" is the typical stop at a restaurant when you go skiing. But hikers also count on the perfect "Einkehrschwung", too. In Kaprun there are many chalets, alpine huts and mountain inns to choose from. But where can you find the best meat and cheese board? Who makes the fluffiest Kaiserschmarrn pancakes? And where will you have the best views? Anna and Stefan Unterkofler know the area around the Kaprunerhof like the backs of their hands – after all, they love exploring the region on foot. That's why they also know the best places to stop for a rest and a bite to eat.

Mountain specialities

The alpine dairymen in Zell am See-Kaprun can't help but offer hikers delicious refreshments during their hikes. Cool beer, buttermilk bursting with flavour, tangy cheese, salty bacon, fresh bread, sweet Kaiserschmarrn with stewed plums... all of this and more awaits you in the chalets and alpine huts in Zell am See-Kaprun. Here at the Kaprunerhof we have put together a few tips just for you.

Unterbergalm on the Maiskogel

Fresh food made from fresh milk – look forward to this and much more at the Unterbergalm on the Maiskogel. This chalet is lovingly run by the Schiller-Dürlinger family who will spoil you with homemade treats from their own organic farm.
Anna Unterkofler
Traditionelles Essen Pinzgau


Would you like to try some authentic Pinzgau cheese? Then hike to the Schneckenreithalm and try this homemade treat for yourself – and enjoy the picturesque Klammsee reservoir while there.
Wandern: Stefan Unterkofler
Brettljause Salzburger Tradition


If you're mountain biking or hiking around Zell am See, you should definitely make a stop at the Schützingalm. Why you ask? Keep reading and find out!
Anna Unterkofler
Kasnockn kochen auf der Almhütte