Wendelsteinhaus Restaurant

Gastronomic delights at an altitude of 1,724 m

The Wendelsteinhaus was built on the Wendelstein between 1882 and 1883 some 100 metres below the summit. The first landlord, a Tyrolean man called Johann Krimbacher, served more than just tasty snacks for hungry mountaineers; he also introduced the Wendelsteinhaus’ much-acclaimed homeliness to the establishment.

Nowadays the family of Paul Müller and his friendly service team are the hosts of the Wendelsteinhaus and offer quality, freshness and regional produce to create unique gastronomic delights at an altitude of 1,724 metres. Please note the gastronomic Special events held in the Wendelsteinhaus.

Wendelsteinhaus capacity:

  • Panorama Restaurant: Seating for 110, reservations are available
  • Mountain Terrace: 300 self-service seats, 70 waiter-served seats, no reservations are possible
  • Bierstüberl: 60 self-service seats
  • There are also additional side rooms for business and family celebrations, bus groups, weddings and conferences: Jägerstube Room: 50 seats. The Münchner Room (approx. 60 seats), with a separate viewing terrace and its own washroom facilities, is located on the first floor of the Wendelsteinhaus.

Opening times:

Open daily all year around but please note the revised opening hours of the Wendelstein railway and cable car.

Contact and information:

Paul Müller, Tel. +49 (0) 80 23 / 404, wendelstein@paulmueller.net

Useful information:

It’s just a short walk from the mountain station of the cog railway or the cable car to the Wendelsteinhaus. The mountain restaurant and viewing terrace are at ground level and are also accessible to people with physical disabilities.