The Patteriol with an altitude of 3,056 m (10,026 ft.) has the most beautiful shape and is the most magnificent mountain of the Verwall group. It was first conquered by E. Rauch around 1860 because of surveying work. The northeastern ridge was first conquered in the winter in January 1972 by K. Gabl and H. Rott.
Whether it's summer or winter, the Patteriol always catches your eye. In the summer it towers majestically over the Konstanzer lodge, which is an ideal starting point for great mountain biking trips.
Our comfort rooms are all equipped with::
- hair dryer
- wireless LAN
- mini refrigerator
- satellite TV
- some with balcony.