…was Kulmwirt named in the old times
Estimated value was 1,025 "Gulden"
High value due to the license
…for catholic priests
…of farmers of Ramsau
…was helpful to ignore Protestant farmers.
…takes over the Kulmwirt
Legends of Ramsau
Innovation becomes tradition
Paul Steiner takes over in 2005
Earliest records of the Kulmwirt date from 1610
A man called "Colman Schweiger" was found to have paid the compulsory contribution to the church for the "Khulmmayrguet" back then.
The estimated value at that time was 1,025 "Gulden"
The high estimated value at that time is presumably related to its license to serve alcoholic beverages.
Legend has it that the house was popular even for catholic priests in times of secret Protestantism...
Catholic priests came to the Kulmwirt although they were aware of secret Protestant beliefs of farmers in Ramsau…
The homemade schnapps of rowan berries was a good reason to look away
...takes over the Kulmwirt in the early 1930s
The brothers Franz and Georg "Irg" Steiner were the first to climb the south face of the Dachstein
Richard Steiner was innovative and led Lodenwalke Ramsau into a prosperous future with a long-standing tradition.
In 2005, Paul Steiner renovated & restored the Kulmwirt Ramsau.