The one of a kind panoramic mountain in Tyrol.

The Kellerjoch massif stands at a height of 2,344 metres in front of the green hills of the Pillberg. The mountain is considered to be one of the most beautiful panoramic mountains between Kufstein and Innsbruck. Even food lovers and selfie takers can experience the view of the Tyrolean Alpine world without a strenuous climb, thanks to the Kellerjoch cable car. The following viewpoints on the Kellerjoch provide spectacular views:

Hecherhaus at the Kellerjoch

Hecherhaus (1,887 m)

Those who don’t enjoy hiking, but still want to see a unique view, should visit the Hecherhaus. The popular excursion destination lies right next to the mountain station of the KellerjochBahn, making it also well-suited to disabled and elderly people. On the sun terrace, you can marvel at a wonderful view of the summits of the Karwendel mountain range and the Inn Valley.

Hecherhaus at the Kellerjoch

Hecherhaus (1,887 m)

Those who don’t enjoy hiking, but still want to see a unique view, should visit the Hecherhaus. The popular excursion destination lies right next to the mountain station of the KellerjochBahn, making it also well-suited to disabled and elderly people. On the sun terrace, you can marvel at a wonderful view of the summits of the Karwendel mountain range and the Inn Valley.

KellerjochhĆ¼tte

KellerjochhĆ¼tte (2,237 m)

From the mountain station of the KellerjochBahn, a hiking trail leads past the Arbeserkogel, following the wide ridge to the KellerjochhĆ¼tte. On the last stretch before the finish line, a steep mountain path once again calls upon the leg strength of hikers. Your reward: An incomparable 360Ā° panoramic view of the highest Austrian and German mountain peaks, including the GroƟglockner and Zugspitze.

KellerjochhĆ¼tte

KellerjochhĆ¼tte (2,237 m)

From the mountain station of the KellerjochBahn, a hiking trail leads past the Arbeserkogel, following the wide ridge to the KellerjochhĆ¼tte. On the last stretch before the finish line, a steep mountain path once again calls upon the leg strength of hikers. Your reward: An incomparable 360Ā° panoramic view of the highest Austrian and German mountain peaks, including the GroƟglockner and Zugspitze.

Kellerjochkapelle

Kellerjochkapelle (2,344 m)

The Kellerjochkapelle was consecrated in 1931 ā€“ 22 years before the construction of the KellerjochBahn. The place of worship was built by the 1st Schwaz Rifle Company. Even now, the marksmen still lovingly take care of the maintenance.Ā  The path to the chapel on the Kellerjoch is technically demanding and only suitable for mountaineers with experience. Early risers can enjoy a stunning sunrise, as there is no other mountain blocking the view into the distance.

Kellerjochkapelle

Kellerjochkapelle (2,344 m)

The Kellerjochkapelle was consecrated in 1931 ā€“ 22 years before the construction of the KellerjochBahn. The place of worship was built by the 1st Schwaz Rifle Company. Even now, the marksmen still lovingly take care of the maintenance.Ā  The path to the chapel on the Kellerjoch is technically demanding and only suitable for mountaineers with experience. Early risers can enjoy a stunning sunrise, as there is no other mountain blocking the view into the distance.

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Spectacular viewpoints for amazing mountain views.