Refuge in Madonna di Campiglio
Relaxing holidays in the Brenta Dolomites
The Stoppani al GrostĂ¨ Refuge is waiting to offer you unforgettable moments of relaxation on the ski slopes of Madonna di Campiglio. Built in 1893 by the SAT and dedicated to the famous geologist and patriot Antonio Stoppani, the refuge is located at an altitude of 2500 metres. Between 1906 and 1907 it was enlarged and then destroyed by a disastrous fire in 1940. In the immediate post-war period it was sold to the Campiglio Cableways, which rebuilt it as the arrival point of the ski lifts from Passo Campo Carlo Magno. After the definitive renovation in 2007, the Stoppani al GrostĂ¨ Refuge has become a welcoming and quality accommodation facility, with a catering service that takes care of every detail: from the excellent cuisine to the staff's utmost helpfulness.
The Stoppani al GrostĂ¨ Refuge can be reached on foot via several paths that start from Madonna di Campiglio and Passo GrostĂ¨. In addition to the marked routes, many tourists prefer to ascent and descent with the GrostĂ¨ Cableway, which has a large payper parking where you can leave your car. The cable car, composed of two trunks, has large cabins accessible and suitable for carrying strollers, MTBs and wheelchairs. The GrostĂ¨ cable car starts from Passo Campo Carlo Magno one kilometer from Madonna di Campiglio and ends its run at the top of Passo GrostĂ¨ at an altitude of 2,442 meters. Here you will immediately see the Stoppani Refuge that you can reach in a few minutes on foot.
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