How to find winter huts/refuge info in Dolomites

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 NuclearNev 28 Oct 2020

Hi,

I am going out to the Dolomites this winter for a lengthy period and want to ski tour and ice climb, staying at altitude in whatever winter huts that are open, whilst touring from hut to hut for multiday trips.

My question is, where can I find accurate info on specifically which huts are open in winter. If I search google, all I get is stupid hotels and the like.

Thanks in advance.

Nev.

In reply to NuclearNev:

Have a look at this site , touchingnature.co.uk, or the Italian huts are run by the Italian alpine club who also have a site . Hope this helps . 

 e.ms355 28 Oct 2020
In reply to NuclearNev:

you could have a look here as it lists all the rifugi and how many places they have to sleep/locations:
 https://www.cai.it/andare-in-montagna/rifugi-e-bivacchi/rifugi-del-club-alpino-italiano/

and then google the ones that would be suitable for you.. might help if you speak some italian too for some of them.  

 NuclearNev 06 Nov 2020
In reply to NuclearNev:

Thanks all.

 Frank R. 07 Nov 2020
In reply to NuclearNev:

Check out the specific area association sites, some have more info than just the basic CAI list, e.g. Trentino SAT lists number of places for winterraums ("invernale") and include a handy online map:

https://www.ukhillwalking.com/forums/expedition+alpine/brenta_dolomites_-_accommodation_and_beta-698938?v=1#x8924337

OEAV huttenfinder lists some in the Sudtirol province:

https://www.alpenverein.at/huetten/finder.php

For Italian side, they have hut website and phone, but not number of places.


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