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Rifugio Castiglioni Marmolada

When men and mountains meet, great things happen. (William Blake)

When men and mountains meet, great things happen. (William Blake). At an altitude of 2057 m at Lago Fedaia. It can be reached on foot through Viel dal Pan from Pordoi, Val Contrin or Via Neva from Pian Trevisan (Penia) or easily by car in just a few minutes from Rocca Pietore (BL) and Canazei (TN).

Today we can still hear the echoes of the daring, historic endeavours of mountaineers who set off from here to climb the mountain. There are many trails you can take from the rifugio with different levels of difficulty and destinations, so you will be sure to find the right one for you (itineraries).

Protected by its solid stone walls, with its warm wooden furnishings, it is open almost all year round and is managed directly by the owners, the Soraruf family, who has been living in Marmolada for several generations.


To book the Castiglioni Marmolada Rifugio or to ask for any information, please write to [email protected] or call (+39) 0462 601117 or 0462 601681. Alessia and Giulia will get back to you as soon as possible.

Light bites of Passo Fedaia – Curiosity and Lunch

A privileged place to admire the Marmolada, the Passo Fedaia is a jewel to be discovered from different points of view: geology, mountaineering, flora, the glacier, history .. Light bites of Passo Fedaia is a wonderful opportunity to get to know it: a conversation and light walk, followed by a good lunch, a snack or an aperitif? For information and reservations, write or call us.

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