Mountain Food Festival “Genuss hoch 3”: Hiking on the peaks of culinary delights in the Outdoorregion Imst

Last updated on 18.06.2024

Imst/Tyrol, May 2024. 24 gourmet stations, three huts and probably the tastiest hike in the hike in the alps – that’s the Mountain Food Festival “Genuss hoch 3”. On Sunday, June 23, the multi-faceted outdoor region of Imst will once again become a summit meeting for hiking-loving gourmets. At 1,500 to 1,934 meters all participants hike through nature from hut to hut and enjoy the finest culinary delights.
Huts and indulge in the finest dishes, non-alcoholic creations and exquisite wines and spirits – with an incomparable view. For 38 euros you can buy the “Schmankerlpass”, which offers free access to all 24 gourmet stations, from breakfast and lunch to the Tyrolean “Marend”. Drinks are also included are also included.

Pleasure tour starts at the Alpjochbahn mountain station As part of a three-hut hike from the mountain station of the Alpjochbahn via the Drischlsteig to the Muttekopfhütte, on to the Latschenhütte and up to the Untermarkter Alm participants of “Genuss hoch 3” embark on an enjoyable expedition through the mountain landscape. Through the mountain landscape. Regional delicacies and specialties await them, which are lovingly prepared by local businesses and renowned partners such as Dallmayr and innovative food start-ups. With the “Schmankerlpass” for 38 euros, you can sample 24 stations to taste, nibble and feast.
The culinary journey begins in the morning with a hearty breakfast, a cup of aromatic coffee of fragrant coffee, fresh croissants, hearty muesli and savory white sausages. The ride on the Alpjochbahn cable car is rounded off with sparkling champagne and an exquisite fruit juice tasting at the top. Italian and South Tyrolean Alpine classics served at the Muttekopfhütte, while regional winegrowers serve fine wines at the Latschenhütte. The crowning finale takes place at the Untermarkter Alm, which has a satellite kitchen especially set up a satellite kitchen especially for the occasion and is supported by two supported by two tourism schools. An unforgettable experience for the gourmet palate.

Regional specialties ensure “high enjoyment”
Over the course of a few years, the Imster Mountain Food Festival has developed into a real a place of spectacular interplay between breathtaking mountain scenery and breathtaking mountain scenery and regional culinary delights. The initiator of the festival Martin Winkler, owner of the Untermarkter Alm, deliberately focuses on the diversity of the region’s on the food diversity of the region and also offers a variety of non-alcoholic drinks. drinks. The Mountain Food Festival is therefore not only a must for gourmets, but also for regional and must, but also for regional and international suppliers and up-and-coming start-ups. start-ups. The enthusiasm for this unique event grows every year: in 2023, over 4,500 small portions were served on the Untermarkter Alm alone – clear proof of the popularity and success of this extraordinary gourmet festival.