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Rifugio Guide della Val d’Ayas € 0

In the mid-eighties, thanks to the help of the Valle d’Aosta region and to the Municipality of Ayas for granting the land, some local mountaineers began their new project: building the highest mountain hut in the Ayas valley. The Ayas Guides Hut, inaugurated in September 1991, is located at an altitude of 3400m just above the rocky slopes called Lambronecca. It is about an hour hike from Rifugio Mezzalama, a much older hut located lower down in the valley. The Ayas Guides hut is a modern and functional place to sleep and eat, with a total of 80 beds. The hut is now an essential place for traveling alpinists visiting the glacier to stay, eat and rest comfortably.

In the mid-eighties, thanks to the help of the Valle d’Aosta region and to the Municipality of Ayas for granting the land, some local mountaineers began their new project: building the highest mountain hut in the Ayas valley. The Ayas Guides Hut, inaugurated in September 1991, is located at an altitude of 3400m just above the rocky slopes called Lambronecca. It is about an hour hike from Rifugio Mezzalama, a much older hut located lower down in the valley. The Ayas Guides hut is a modern and functional place to sleep and eat, with a total of 80 beds. The hut is now an essential place for traveling alpinists visiting the glacier to stay, eat and rest comfortably.

In the mid-eighties, thanks to the help of the Valle d’Aosta region and to the Municipality of Ayas for granting the land, some local mountaineers began their new project: building the highest mountain hut in the Ayas valley. The Ayas Guides Hut, inaugurated in September 1991, is located at an altitude of 3400m just above the rocky slopes called Lambronecca. It is about an hour hike from Rifugio Mezzalama, a much older hut located lower down in the valley. The Ayas Guides hut is a modern and functional place to sleep and eat, with a total of 80 beds. The hut is now an essential place for traveling alpinists visiting the glacier to stay, eat and rest comfortably.