• A joy for the eyes and the heart



  • A welcoming destination rich in history and tradition



  • A culinary experience at high altitude



  • Relax in the heart of the Dolomites



Friedrich August Refuge

IN THE HEART OF THE DEL SASSOLUNGO MASSIF.

The Friedrich August mountain refuge stands on the Col Rondella in the Sassolungo group, a mountain massif in the Dolomites located between the Val Gardena and the Val di Fassa in Trentino Alto Adige

THE RESTAURANT

Traditional products for a quality menu

Traditional Ladinian and Tyrolean specialties reinterpreted with a pinch of originality


Enjoy them while admiring the majestic Dolomites

The meat comes directly from the refuge’s organic farms


accompanied by a refined selection of fine wines.

THE REFUGE

An holiday at one with nature, away from daily stress

THE GUEST CAN CHOOSE FROM:
  • Panoramic Superior;

  • Double room with shared bathroom;

  • Family room with shared bathroom;

  • Dormitory with shared bathroom.

Quality organic production

The Friedrich August is not only a splendid refuge. On the surrounding land the owners also practice organic farming. Among the cattle, the most valuable breed is the Highland. Originally from the cold and damp Scottish uplands, Highland cattle adapt easily to the cold winters of the Dolomites because they can survive at high altitudes even at very cold temperatures (as low as minus 40°C). The breed’s heavy coat allows it to maintain its body temperature without having to resort to a thick layer of subcutaneous fat. This is why its meat is lean, low in cholesterol and of excellent quality.

The feed used for the Highland cattle is almost exclusively grass and hay of the highest quality. To enhance and safeguard the pastures, a breed of Tibetan cattle, the Yak, has also been introduced into the herd, which comes from a cold and rocky environment and is accustomed to tough grazing conditions.

The cattle graze freely outdoors all year round and are fed exclusively with grass and dried forage produced according to the criteria set for organic farming at an altitude of over 1500 metres. Calves are suckled by their mothers for 8-10 months. In these areas the meadows are rich in flowers and grasses with medicinal properties.

In addition to cattle, Vallesi goats, a native breed, are also raised for the production of excellent cheeses and cured meats together with peacocks, chickens, donkeys and Schwarznase sheep, another local breed.

CONTACTS

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Opening Hours

  • Friday 08-22
  • Saturday 08-22
  • Sunday 08-22
  • Monday 08-22
  • Tuesday 08-22
  • Wednesday 08-22
  • Thursday 08-22

Rifugio Friedrich August - Località Col Rodella (Passo Sella) 38031 Campitello di Fassa TN
Part. Iva: 01190920221

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