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Rammern Alm

“Lived tradition without Alpine kitsch” – simply our home – where I’m passing on and living my mother-in-law’s tradition. No false smiles or fuss, I simply enjoy my daily work. That’s me, Lisbeth from Rammern Alm.”

There’s no fillet steak at Rammern Alm – although Liesbeth’s husband Peter breeds the best Pinzgau beef at their mountain farm. Lisbeth the landlady explains, “I want to show our guests, friends and the younger generation our traditional dish, the “Pinzgauer Blad’l” (flat bread), from older times. Back then food was very simple, hearty and tasty – with little meat.”
 

Opening times

Daily, apart from Monday, as that’s when Lisbeth enjoys a day on the mountain or the piste.

 

Rammern Alm


Lisbeth Breitfuß
Rammernweg 109, 5753 Saalbach