Dinner at the refuge
Eh, yes, dinner on holiday becomes the most relaxing meal, the one that crowns a fantastic day. After sport, fun and relaxation you can leave comfortable reading the menu. The gourmet proposals of your hotel in the heart of the Dolomites always include healthy, tasty, zero km products, often à la carte, and presented as works of art.
However, wait a minute… do not you have any desire for adventure left? I am sure there is. Then, how about an experience like a dinner at high altitude in a mountain that can be reached by snowmobile, snowcat or ski lift?
The air more sparkling than a glass of Prosecco or Trento Doc will give you the right sparkle, the light of the stars will inebriate you, the profile of the most beautiful mountains in the world that stands out in the night sky will be your compass. The night, especially in the moonlight, has a special charm and should be experienced taking home an indelible memory.
From Madonna di Campiglio to Val di Sole, from the Ladin valleys around the Sella massif to San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Rolle passing through Fiemme and Fassa to Cortina d’Ampezzo, countless refuges welcome you in the evening. For the more adventurous and those who are never tired, you can also get there with snowshoes accompanied by mountain guides or with ski mountaineering skis.
Here, it’s not only a way to taste typical and local dishes in warm and cozy mountain chalets, it’s a new way to live the night, getting excited by so much deep and silent beauty in front of the Milky Way.
We recommend for this experience the Rifugio Colverde in the heart of the Pale di San Martino, here Maurizio the owner will be able to delight you with very special culinary proposals and after dinner fun is a guarantee, or if you are in the surroundings of Val Gardena – Val di Fassa can not miss the experience Fienile Monte al Passo Sella this small refuge with restaurant, will pamper and delight you with the same professionalism and passion of the Rifugio Salei which is located a few meters away, both managed by the Monteleone Family.