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It mainly depends on the time but, as on high mountains air is drier and sun is higher, it depends also by the clouds. The decrease in temperature that you feel as you go up is called vertical thermal gradient. Simply, we estimate temperature here 15 °C lower than in Turin.

No, the Refuge is equipped with duvets and blankets. In all CAI Refuges, sheet bag with pillowcase is mandatory in order to guarantee adequate personal hygiene. If you wish to avoid carrying it, it is possible to buy a disposable kit at the refuge at the price of 5.00 Euros.

Yes, of course. Groups of children often walk better than “adults” and observation of flowers, marmots and ibex is exciting. They are welcome in the refuge and up to 8 years benefit free accommodation for each paying adult.

Yes, many of our guests are vegetarians and we are able, upon request, to satisfy them all.

Yes. Report it immediately upon arrival at the refuge in order to arrange in time for dinner.

We love animals and we love them here too. We ask their owners, in respect of all our guests, to accompany them in the dining room with discretion and not bring them the rooms. Blanket / mat for dogs are available in the entrance hall. However it is often a pleasure to have lunch at the outdoor tables in summer. Moreover, we offer to sleep with your dog in the Vecchio Rifugio.

A good evaluation can be obtained by consulting the livecam or the snow chart on this site.

No, and this is one of the trait that many our friends love here. However, if you really need it, you can find coverage less than 10 minutes from the refuge.

Yes, we have several sockets at guest disposal to recharge electronic devices. Bring the cables!

Yes, and we give free wi-fi, provided a moderate use.

Yes, but it is not guaranteed. Water is a very limited resource here and sometime we must give priority to the hygiene of the kitchen and services.