Dinner at the refuge with the Marmolada Menu by reservation
For a romantic dinner or with friends, you will find a cozy and warm atmosphere at the refuge, along with an enticing and refined menu. Far away from the lights of the valley, if the weather permits, a starry sky of rare beauty opens up above us, to be admired in all its splendor, immersed in the silent breath of nature. Inside, the warmth of the fireplace warms the heart and body with crackling wood fire and refined dishes that will surprise your senses. Book your table at the address: [email protected]
Ski tour from rifugio to rifugio exploring the Dolomites!
There’s plenty of choice for find your path in the great network of slopes that surround the Marmolada. Not to be missed, after a day of skiing, if the weather and conditions permit, is the exciting crossing of the frozen lake on skis pulled by a snowmobile: an adrenaline-laced experience for unusual sensations in a Nordic-like setting.
From Passo Fedaia to Punta Rocca (3309 m):
A perfect destination for ski mountaineering, especially in winter when conditions allow you to descend along Via Lidia. It is one of the most beautiful descents, where, in the 1930s, ski pioneers challenged each other on the “Direttissima”, as can be seen in the roll of honour, jealously guarded at the rifugio.
Skisafari with skis from hut to hut
With overnight stays at the hut, not to be missed after a day on skis, if weather and conditions allow, the thrilling crossing of the frozen lake with skis pulled by a snowmobile: an adrenaline-filled experience that will give you an unusual thrill among Nordic impressions, to reach the lifts and slopes of the Sellaronda.
From Pale di San Martino to Fanes, a favored tour by Swiss ski mountaineers. From Passo Fedaia to Punta Rocca (3309m), a great half especially in winter for alpine skiing. When conditions permit, skiing down the Lidia route is one of the most beautiful descents. In the 1930s, ski pioneers challenged each other on the "Direttissima," as recorded in the cherished albo d'oro kept at the hut. If you need an alpine guide, contact us, and we will direct you to the right person.