The Scoiattoli refuge is situated right next to the slopes of the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski and close to the Open Air Museum of WW1, where visitors walk through and along restored trenches and emplacements.
The Fedare refuge at Giau pass is situated next to the Giau Fedare chair lift which connects it to the Lagazuoi 5 Torri area and to the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel. Open throughout the year. In low season, Friday is day of rest.
The Rifugio Nuvolau is the oldest refuge in the Dolomites. Built on the bare summit of Mt. Nuvolau, this mountain hut has been known from the dawn of mountain tourism for its breathtaking panorama. Here fabulous sunrises and sunsets are guaranteed.
Croda Da Lago G. Palmieri refuge is situated in a magical spot overlooking the colossal mountains of Croda da Lago, Croda Rossa, Pomagagnon, Cristallo, Sorapiss and Becco di Mezzodì. Lake Federa, a jewel in this casket, extends to the side of it. it
The Cinque Torri refuge is situated at the foot of the south side of the 5 Torri, near Cortina d' Ampezzo, set in spectacular surroundings.
The mountain hut Rifugio Col Gallina is situated at a short distance from the Falzarego Pass. It is an ideal spot for families and children and an ideal starting point for excursions on foot or by mountain bike. The terrace faces the ski slopes.
Mountain hut Rifugio Averau is easy to reach on foot, on skis or by taking the Giau chair lift; it is at the hub of many excursions and routes for skiers and is a stop along the Alta Via No. 1.
The Malga Peziè de Parù refuge is situated at the centre of an intricate network of paths and trails for hiking, mountain biking, ski mountaineering snowshoeing. Picturesquely situated amidst a high pasture, this refuge can be reached by car.
Mountain Hut Rifugio Lagazuoi is on the peak of Mount Lagazuoi above the Falzarego Pass, along the Alta Via No. 1 and 9; it is a perfect base for visiting the open air museum of the Great War and for skiing along the Armentarola slope.