Via an old alpine trail, you will reach both of the Draugsteinalmen huts (elev. 1,778 m) in about 1 ½ h. They lie at the foot of the Draugstein, a rather unusual mountain for Grossarltal – an imposing limestone edifice. Here, the native flora are especially beautiful.
The Draugsteinalm-Steinmannhütte is the hut on the left when viewed from below. Hosts Kathi and Sepp have been running the Steinmannhütte for over 50 years. All of the milk is turned into butter and, in a copper kettle, into sour cheese. Their specialty cheeses, cheese spreads, fruit yogurt, bread, bacon, a selection of sausages, as well as schnapps and liqueurs are produced in the valley at the Steinmann Farm.
The Draugsteinalmen lie on the Salzburger Almenweg and you can also spend the night at the Draugsteinalm-Steinmannhütte.