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This is a large refuge undergoing significant construction. It welcomes day hikers as well as overnighters and is a great place for a pit stop before climbing Piz Boe or to leave a fellow hiker who doesn’t fancy the peak.
Boe was unique among rifugios in that it made us wire $40 up front to reserve a booking -- which we did, at the cost of an additional wiring fee. As we approached from Pordoi Pass, still a good 30 minutes from Boe, we heard...More
We climbed up to the top in a gorgeous day and were reworded with great coffees, homemade apple strudel and stunning views. The place was packed but the service was good relatively very quick. The only downside was the toilets- a journey for itself just...More
The hut has a wide range of local dishes, the prices are fair, the location is just stunning. The service is quick and friendly. I would like to thank the staff for the efforts they are making to maintain the quality.
The food was great, and the viewsÖ incredible.
We lunched at the rifugio (cafe) after we had walked up from the cable car from Corfosco (on a route than does not require a Via Ferrata kit), which takes you through an amazing landscape of dolomitised...More
After a nice hike from Sass (or Pass) Pordoi, you are rewarded with one of the most spectacular views of the dolomittes, but be aware of some steep and airy sections wich may trigger vertigo if you suffer from that. If you need to use...More
A FANTASTIC family-run rifugio. The AV2 is mostly full of great rifugios, but we thought this was the best. We arrived during a hale storm and were briskly looked after once we arrived by drying our gear and whisking us into our rooms. Later we...More