In view of the large number of requests we can only accept online bookings.
Visitors are kindly asked to access our booking form, filling all the requested information.
It could be as easy as this: please pay attention and be respectful of others as you do anywhere else.
It may be worth mentioning that failure to respect some “customs” could cause frictions and misunderstandings.
Upon entering the mountain hut shoes, boots (and crampons) must be left on the entrance deposit.
Anche sistemarsi nelle camerate richiede una certa discrezione: gli spazi del rifugio sono quello che sono e, se ognuno sparpaglia le proprie cose senza ritegno, ne viene fuori una Babele senza fine!
When it’s time to hit the cot or to get up please remember that in the same dorm there are other people with different itinerary and to sleep schedule: please be quiet and exercise respect!
…and remember that in the hut some noise control instruments (boots, ice-axes, crampons) are always at disposal as are people not afraid to use them…
Should you carry in your backpack a little salami to integrate your dinner or a packet of you favourite cookies to sweeten your breakfast, no one will ever tell you anything. That’s not the case when you only pay for your overnight stay and pretend to sit at the table with the others eating the food you brought from home!
Waste management in inaccessible locations is difficult, expensive and polluting (helicopters do not run on hydrogen…yet!) so please try to leve no trace of your stay by packing your trash back home. If you managed to carry 500 grams of cookies uphill you will be able to carry 10 grams of packaging on the way back!
Since many mountain huts have a lights out policy at 22 when the generator is turned off, a frontal light is fundamental.
Frontal lights are economic so please bring along a low intensity frontal light with red or blu led so that you can go to the bathroom in the middle of the night without waking up the dorm.