Next opening 20th June 2019 !
The Contrin refuge at the foot of the Marmolada mt. 2016
The Rifugio Contrin is located at the top of the homonymous "Val Contrin", in Canazei in Val di Fassa at the foot of the Marmolada Group, with several peaks of over 3,000 meters that stand out in its presence, including the Gran Vernel, Piccolo Vernel, Top Ombretta, Sasso Vernale and Top Man!
It is one of the most capacious shelters for beds in the Dolomites Fassane, its panorama spans 360 ° on the Groups of Marmolada and Sassolungo, also part of the UNESCO World Heritage, so much to be mentioned in numerous international magazines and publications.
It is located less than 6 km from the village of Alba di Canazei, easily reached on foot thanks to a dirt road, becomes a daily destination for countless tourists staying in the neighboring valleys, and becomes a stopping place and overnight accommodation for several national hiking trails de non, including the high mountain of the Dolomites nr.2, the Monaco-Venice, last but not least the international "Via Alpina" route that connects 6 nations all bordering the Alps. Arrival of stage also for a circuit MTB - "the Great Ronda"
It is an excellent starting point for hikes of all levels, from climbing to simple wandering through the woods to discover wild animals such as roe deer, deer, chamois or the many marmots that crowd the steep slopes of these valleys every day.
The refuge offers overnight accommodation both in private rooms with private linens and toilets, as well as the classic bunks for a low-cost overnight stay, plus bar-restaurant service, excellent polenta with roe deer and mushrooms, and Tagliatelle with forest scents. the strudel or the many cakes with homemade berries ...
Let's not forget the story ...
Refuge Refuge at the base Austrian time, from here gave commands to the entire border front Italo / Austiaco, even today you can visit the various trenches and stations. So much is still the barbed wire that can be found in these places, and it is not rare to find cases, shards and other artifacts dating back to World War I.
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