Rifugio Capanna Regina Margherita, Alagna Valsesia

(5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Mountain lovers should go there at least once. I Party another friend, the goal was to get to where we could, because for me it was the first time more than 4,000, while my friend had already gone up twice at the Margherita. Unexpectedly arrived at the Colle del Lis fresh and fast enough, so we looked into my eyes and we said, "we go up?" "Come on, it's ours." I cannot deny that the last 300 m of difference in altitude are not difficult, but you do anyway with a smile because you get there at the top is great. When you're on it feels a little "drunk", but passes fairly quickly, so that we also ate pasta, which are very good, and had a beer. It also exudes an air of internationalism given the high number of foreigners. We rested an hour; photos on the balcony and down again. Nice nice nice, next year it comes back and I want to try to sleep there to enjoy the sunrise from up there.
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  • I went several times to "Daisy" and the climb is always fantastic. I went up and down during the day thanks to the cable car. I slept at Gnifetti and then lined up early in the morning we climbed to the shelter. And I have already slept, all beautiful memories. This year I went during the day and for lunch time we were at the shelter: a slice of pizza accompanied by an excellent bottled beer (9 euro beer but worth it) and then the coffee. All good. Also the view is of the highest order.
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  • If you love the mountains we must climb at least once and the memories will be for life. fatigue is great but once you get the view at 360 degrees throughout the Alps and satisfaction is immense. the hut is refuge for half and half human physiology laboratory. Very busy in August and September the shelter provides meals and hot beverages incredibly good after so much effort that the managers ' smile makes you forget quickly. GOOD GUYS
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