Dear friends of the Rosenstock,
to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 virus,
the hotel will remain closed until march 28, 2021.
We implement this measure by the responsible authorities with a heavy heart and yet with full conviction, because the top priority for us is to maintain the health of our guests, employees and the local population.
Due to the special situation, we have adjusted our cancellation conditions for all bookings:
A cancellation period of 3 days applies to reservations already made by July 31, 2021 (except for bookings on booking.com or HRS). This means that you can leave the reservation you have already made and, if necessary, cancel it at short notice.
The same - completely risk-free - cancellation period naturally also applies to all new bookings (until July 31, 2021).
Until we meet again, we wish you all the best!
Your Karg family and all employees
Alpine Mountain Tours
Today leisurely through lush green Alpine pastures, tomorrow along steep grass slopes covered in flowers or daringly over rocky paths secured with steel rope. Protected species such as chamois, ibex, golden eagles & marmots find ideal habitats in many places up here.
Ascents to Huts and Mountain Lodges in the Allgäu Alps
The walks up to refuge huts in the Allgäu Alps range from easy to demanding, but all of them offer a special Alpine experience!
The trails take you up through impressive ravines, over lush green Alpine meadows, over rocky scree or along wild mountain streams. On the way - a rare and varied natural landscape with its animals and plants to marvel at!
Crossing the Alps on Foot
Definitely both a challenge and adventure! Surrounded by a mountain landscape that is sometimes charming, often imposing, fantastic in many places, but also awe inspiring - this tour is a special highlight of the Alps.
Flower meadows typical of the Allgäu Alps and steep grassy mountain slopes, breath-taking views of distinctive rock formations in the Lechtal Alps, the impressive glaciers and mighty mountain peaks of the central Alps, and the Mediterranean climate already found in Merano, make this tour an unforgettable experience.
The E5 Long-Distance Footpath
Similaunhütte on Niederjoch, situated at an altitude of 3,109 metres, is the highest point of the Alpine crossing. Being the place where 'Ötzi' was found makes Niederjoch another highlight of an Alpine crossing. A personal highlight for the thighs is Zammer Loch with a descent of about 1,800 metres! From the Braunschwieger Hütte is the original Alpine stage of the E5 long-distance footpath via the Passeiertal valley to Bolzano. The cumulative climb each day is on average between 800 and 1,200 metres, covering a distance of 10 to 20 kilometres.