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Rifugio Lagazuoi

A high-altitude mountain refuge in the Dolomites, renowned for panoramic views and historic tunnels from WWI.

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Just when you thought you’d had enough of rifugios clutching the mountaintops of the Italian Alps, we send you strolling (read: clambering) in the direction of Lagazuoi. Why? Well, suffice it  to say you’ll understand the moment you arrive… AKA: Sweeping panoramas of the Cinque Torri and the Col di Lana ranges unfold before the little hut. There’s also an on-site Finnish sauna to soothe those post-hike muscles. And you get to taste farm-to-table South Tyrolean food while gazing out at the summits.

jrfrancis 3 years ago

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