Anyone that considers themselves a flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan in a food- and lifestyle-related sense, will find the mountain lodge of their dreams at LUMBERJACK. The kitchen’s motto is “organic, fresh & natural.” Local bio-farmers and small bio producers from the Wagrain-Kleinarl valley supply our food hall with milk, yoghurt and cheese from their dairy shops, as well as meat and sausage products, bread and pastries, eggs, noodles, culinary herbs and tea… Almost everything that’s not available in the valley is still produced in Salzburger Land (organic beer & lemonade, Lungau potatoes) or Austria (organic wines, fish, fruits…). Meat is only supplied directly from within the valley. The only time we play the ‘Joker card’ is for things we don’t want to go without, for example coffee, cocoa, vanilla, lemons and olive oil.
All meals are offered in Small (1 portion), Medium (2 portions) and Large (4 portions). Reservations are possible from six persons upwards, combined with a theme for the shared meal. Drinks are also served in S-, M-, and L-versions, as far as its possible. Drinking water is complementary from pitchers at the table. The LUMBERJACK Kids- and Youth Restaurant will be served with the same high level of quality. Through our host partners, we offer an organic menu with additional buffet options for our young riders accompanied by their instructors.
The spacious, open and light-flooded architecture of LUMBERJACK makes the visit an extraordinary experi-ence. Comfortable sitting areas, large patios as well as benches around cozy wood-burning stoves are featured across two stories, with an open balcony and enormous winter gardens. The Lumberjack Organic Alpine Restaurant is located at the base station of Lumberjack Shuttle
and will open its doors right at the beginning of the 2020/21 winter season.
Wholesome, sustainable indulgence without restrictions – even in your leisure time as a winter sports enthusiast. Flexitarians eat mainly vegetarian food, but also treasure high-quality meat and fish. In addition to deliberately reduced amounts of meat and fish, key aspects are considering the quality, freshness and origin of all groceries, as well as responsible consumption and a sustainable lifestyle in general.