Sunna Alm at lake Rifflsee
Sustainable tourism in practice: Sunna Alm restaurant is the highest passive energy house in Austria’s Alps. The newly built restaurant is powered by alternative energy sources, namely geothermal energy and solar power.
The building’s architecture is a contemporary conversion of Tyrolean building style. Only local types of wood were used for its construction: spruce for beam and component structures, larch for the shingle facade and Swiss pine for the furnishings of the small, cosy parlour. The shingle facade alternates with large glass windows making Sunna Alm a light and friendly space. As a result, the surrounding alpine world seems to be within one’s reach in the dining area.
Tip: the restaurant has free WiFi.
- At 2,300 m above sea level
- Aid station no. 3 & 9 of the P105
- Aid station no. 3 of the P90
- Aid station no. 3 of the P60
- Aid station no. 3 of the P45-Glacier
- Aid station no. 1 & 4 of the P45-Rifflsee
- Aid station no. 1 of the P30
- Aid station no. 1 of the P15
- Position on the interactive map