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Index of refuges in South Tyrol

The idyll is perfect: no car and no noise anywhere, but wide meadows only, pointed peaks and the company of friendly mountain friends along with the host.

Colourful flowers, lush green meadows, deep gorges, bizarre rocks and cosy huts. On the South Tyrolean mountain huts and refuges, hectic and stress can stay at home and traditional food keeps body and soul together.

Most of the refuges were built in the end of the 19th century and served as shelters for hikers. Today, they are mainly popular destinations for excursions and resting places for hikers, mountaineers and skiers.

The refuges are majorly run by the alpine clubs – Alpenverein Südtirol (AVS) and Club Alpino Italiano (CAI). These associations also take care of the associated hiking paths and guarantee that the idyll is preserved for future generations.

Here you can read more about all refuges of AVS:

Refuge index

In addition, South Tyrol's most beautiful alpine huts are available also as free brochures!

Rifugio Fronza - Kölner Hütte
Rosengarten - Via Nigra - 39056 - Welschnofen
+39 0471 612033
info@rifugiofronza.com
www.rifugiofronza.com

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Kasseler Hütte
Kasseler Hütte

A well-known refuge is the refuge Kasseler, above Riva/Rein,about 2-hour walk far from Rein/Riva.

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Brixner Hut
Brixner Hut

This path leads to the Brixner Hut. It starts from Vals and you come through Fane to the mountain hut.

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Tiefrastenhütte/Rifugio Lago della Pausa
Tiefrastenhütte/Rifugio Lago della Pausa

The Tiefrastenhütte is at 2,312 m above sea level.

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Seekofelhütte
Seekofelhütte

Seekofelhütte is located along the Dolomites Alpine Path.

© Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
Refuge Rieserfern
Refuge Rieserfern

The refuge Rieserfern can be reached from Antholz or Rein and it is situated at 2,792 m above sea level.

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