Where we are
The Lusia Pass lies between Valle di San Pellegrino, the valley which from Moena in Val di Fassa ascends to the San Pellegrino Pass of the same name, and Valle del Travignolo, the valley which from Predazzo in Val di Fiemme leads to the Rolle Pass, at the foot of the famous Pale di San Martino.
- By car along 2 kilometres of the S.S. 346 San Pellegrino Pass road and 6 kilometres of unpaved road not closed to traffic;
- approach taking the Alpe Lusia ski-lifts (departure 3 minutes from Moena) open in winter and summer, and following the paths at high altitude until you arrive at our refuge;
- along several paths which from the bottom of the valley ascend to the refuge through the woods of Valle di San Pellegrino;
- by mountain bike following the route illustrated on the map at the bottom of the page.
From Predazzo/Bellamonte (8 minutes from Predazzo):
- by car from Bellamonte along 5 kilometres of unpaved road not closed to traffic;
- approach taking the chairlifts open in winter and summer in Bellamonte (locality: Castelir, departing 3 kilometres from Bellamonte), followed by a 2-kilometre walk at a constant altitude of around 2000 metres, until you arrive at our refuge;
- along a forest road closed to traffic (but not to mountain bikes) which from the Paneveggio Nature Reserve ascends to Alpe Lusia at 2000 metres.