Laying of the foundation stone of the "Alte Post"
Foundation stone of the “Alte Post” is laid to set up a post station of the imperial postmaster of Füssen and Lermoos under the reign of Emperor Maximilian I and Emperor Charles V., later becomes a Renaissance palace.
TRANSFER TO FAMILY VON STERZINGER
The Counts of Thurn and Taxis pass the hereditary office of postmaster on to the Family Von Sterzinger.
GENESIS LERMOOSER SALZSTADEL
The Family Von Sterzinger are salt merchants. On the “Salt Road” that leads from Hall to Augsburg, the “Lermooser Salzstadel”, a storage facility for salt, is erected.
Inn "Zur Post
The inn “Zur Post” passes into the hands of the Jäger family.
Family Von Dietrich
The “Alte Post” is taken over by the Family Von Dietrich.
On 20 March, Goethe stops off in Lermoos on his way to Italy.
Johann Von Dietrich is a military supplier
Johann Von Dietrich is a supplier to the military. He fights side by side with Andreas Hofer against the Bavarians and is decorated by Emperor Francis I.
The Post Schlössl passes into the hands of the Jäger family and is used as a private residence.
During the 2nd World War, the Hotel Post is used as a field hospital.
The Family Dengg takes over the inn from Elfriede Jäger (born Dengg).
ACQUISITION ZUGSPITZ BAHN
With the sale of the shares in the business that are held by the Province of Tyrol to the Zillertaler Gletscherbahn GmbH & Co KG, the Zugspitz Bahn becomes the property of the Dengg family.
300 years of right to host Hotel Post
The Hotel Post celebrates 300 years of “Wirtsrecht”, the licence to serve food and beverages. The Post Schlössl is renovated from scratch in compliance with the restrictions imposed by the monument protection authority.
The Hotel Post is being rebuilt
The Hotel Post is rebuilt, with the listed part facing the Kirchplatz remaining intact.
The “Lermooser Salzstadel” is taken apart and rebuilt in Ehrenberg.
The Post celebrates its 450-year anniversary.
Panorama stone pine sauna house
The Alpine SPA in the Post is extended when the Panorama stone pine sauna house with a saltwater outdoor pool and a new, exclusive quiet room are added.
200 years Zugspitz first ascent
In 1820, the Tyrolean Josef Naus and two assistants were the first to climb to the summit of the Zugspitze.