mountain hut in Terre d’Adige–Zambana, 2,115 mt. (a.s.l.)
Winter: open from late November to Easter
Summer: open daily from 11 June to 18 September; from 24 September to 9 October open only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Before leaving for your hike, always contact the manager to verify the actual opening of the mountain hut
A short distance from the refuge there’s a lookout point with views over the Adige Valley and where until 1979 the “Direttissima Paganella” cable car came up from Lavis. An easy footpath takes you from Rifugio La Roda down to Malga Zambana (1 hour, difficulty E), while Monte Gazza can be ascended in 3 hours (difficulty E) over Passo Sant'Antonio. The entire northern flank of the Paganella is covered by a network of mountain bike trails, but if you’re looking for bigger thrills there’s the brand new Ferrata delle Aquile - the via ferrata of the eagles - a route that’s in part exposed with Tibetan bridges overlooking the Adige valley from Cima Paganella with dizzying views (2 ¼ hours just for the protected section; the route requires a via ferrata kit and experience, although an alternative path avoids the most difficult part).
This hotel is a member of
- Trentino Guest Card
- Rifugi del Trentino
- Alpine huts open in Autumn
English Spoken, German Spoken
multi-bed room/s: 3
gluten-free meals, vegetarian food
pets welcome, sundeck
credit cards accepted
altitude (mt. a.s.l.): 2115
Free cancellation up to 30 days prior to arrival.
From 29 days to the day of arrival is required 50% of the total amount of stay as cancellation fee.
Tourist tax: 1.50 € per person per night
The tourist tax is an amount that must be paid at the accommodation for stays from 1 to 10 nights in addition to the price of the holiday booked.
In summer, you can get to the refuge from Andalo by cable car or on foot on path no. 604, or from Fai on path no. 602. In winter, you only get there by cable car from Andalo (with or without skis) or by chair lift from Fai della Paganella (only with skis).