Garibaldi mountain hut
In the heart of Stelvio National Park, from Stelvio Pass a panoramic walking trail opens up through the mountain. It is part of the “Alpine Trail”, (stages R70 and R71), it is accessible walking or mountain biking and in a few minutes leads you to the Garibaldi Mountain Hut (2845 m.)
Open from June to September.
All Rooms at guests disposal are comfortable and supplied with central heating, linen and private bathrooms.
Entirely in line with the alpine tradition, the rooms are simply furnished and constructed in wood and stone to reflect the nature of its surroundings. Each room is named after the mountain it overlooks.
Bar and Restaurant
The Bar – Restaurant offers lunches and dinners for groups – reservation is recommended – with great hospitality, the degustation of various typical dishes from Valtellina and Tirol, among others: pizzoccheri, local cold cuts, polenta taragna, gulash soup, …
When the weather is nice, guests can eat their meal outdoors on the panoramic terrace located in the south-east part of the mountain hut
Passo Stelvio history
The Mountain Hut Garibaldi, built in the sixties, was constructed next to the ruins of the old Swiss hotel bombed during the World War I (1915 – 1918) from a military base at the site “Forte Venini” Oga, situated at a straight line distance of 11 km.
During the Great War the trenches, the ovens of the kitchens and the now tumbledown buildings scattered throughout the surrounding were shelter for more than 2000 Austro-Hungarian soldiers.