You’ll be hard pushed to find an Alpine lodge which has a more impressive location than Saarbrücker Hütte. It is set in a superior position in the mountains and from quite a bit beneath you have to look very closely to make it out. Its location at 2.538m on the south-easterly ridge of the Kleinlitzner makes it the highest located mountain refuge in the Silvretta. The glacier mountainscape provided by the Litzner-Seehorn group make up its immediate background, the crossing of which makes for one the loveliest two peaks’ tour in the Silvretta group. The lodge can be accessed from Bielerhöhe (Silvretta reservoir) via Madlenerhaus, and also from Vorarlberg’s Vermunt reservoir, in around three hours. A hike which is well worth doing in any event.
Winter: 14 days over Easter
Summer: 1st July till the end of September 2021