Welcome to Hotel Lampenhäusl, the specialists for fly fishing in the Mount Grossglockner area.
The Hotel Lampenhäusl in Fusch on the Grossglockner Road is located in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park. Holidays in the Grossglockner-Zellersee region offer a wide range of sporting activities and a wealth of other attractions. So look forward to the beautiful mountain panorama and the Lake Zell!
Healthy and above all else, hearty food are the basic prerequisites in order to thoroughly enjoy the outstanding recreational opportunities in the region. At our hotel, you can fortify yourself in the morning with our varied breakfast buffet. The kitchen and restaurant at Hotel Lampenhäusl are vital components to the overall experience. Selected regional products as well as vegetables and herbs from our garden provide our dishes with a special touch and ensure that your stay with us will be extra delicious.
Even if you have no desire for fishing, the Grossglockner-Zellersee region at the gateway to the Hohe Tauern National Park offers you endless sports and leisure opportunities. After a full day of adventure, return in the evening to Hotel Lampenhäusl for a time of relaxation. The elegant sauna area complete with a Finnish sauna, infrared cabin, bio sauna, solarium and message area provide you a perfect chance to decompress and let the stress fade away.
The Fuscher Ache – Fly fishing in the Grossglockner area
The Fuscher Ache is a 28 km long mountain stream, which begins in the Käfer Valley. It has extremely high water quality and is known as the pearl of the Hohe Tauern. A breathtakingly beautiful high valley surrounded by several large mountains, anyone who has ever fished here in the face of the Hohe Tauern knows what quality of life is. The best time for fly fishing in the Grossglockner area is the early morning when the sun is still low and casts long shadows onto the Fuscher ache and when the water is at its calmest and clearest. In these conditions, a dry fly skilfully placed on the water will surely attract the attention of a tout in no time. A special feature of this body of water is, among other things, a stock of Danube trout, which have remained in spite of or perhaps because of the long winter and the low feed supply in the Käfer Valley. Up to the confluence of the Fuscher Ache into the Salzach river, the water seeks its way over gravel banks, through channels, over large stones and through reservoirs. Finally, the water passes by shady trees and through smaller side streams to the foothills of the Fuscher Ache.