• Refuge

Refuge de la Femma

Located in the flowery valley of La Rocheure, this refuge in the Vanoise National Park is a paradise for marmots and cows. Easy to access in summer, it is the starting point for ski tours in spring. Dogs are prohibited (heart of the Park).
During the guarding period: possible access to a picnic area.
Outside the guarding period, the refuge is open and provides dormitory, blankets, means of heating, cooking and dishes.
It is managed in a sustainable way (dry toilets, rainwater harvesting, etc.) and contributes to raising public awareness in terms of sustainable development and nature protection.

Refuge Refuge de la Femma Val-Cenis

About

Val-Cenis (73500)
Animals not allowed

Prices

From 10/02 to 01/05/2024
Night: 12 to 23 €.

From 02/05 to 14/06/2024
Night: 5 to 12 €.

From 15/06 to 21/09/2024
Night: 5 to 21 €.

From 22/09 to 31/12/2024
Night: 5 to 12 €.

Methods of payment accepted : Check, Cash

Reception

Animals not allowed
Languages spoken : English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch
Languages of documentation : French

Opening

From 10/02 to 01/05/2024, daily.

From 02/05 to 14/06/2024, daily.

From 15/06 to 22/09/2024, daily.

From 23/09 to 31/12/2024, daily.

Services
  • Bivouac
  • Restaurant
  • Picnic hampers
Equipments
  • Covered picnic area
  • Sustainable development
  • Restaurant
  • Waste management
  • Photovoltaic panel
Comfort
  • Wood available
  • kitchen corner
  • Pay shower

Detail

Total capacity of the units of accommodations : 64

Number of bedrooms, apprtments or house 2 persons : 1

Number of bedrooms, apprtments or house 4 persons : 6

Number of bedrooms, apprtments or house 6 persons : 3

Dormitories numer +10 persons : 1

Number of bedrooms : 10

Array

Access

Termignon 73500 Val-Cenis

- Nearest village: Termignon-la-Vanoise.
- By foot: from the Bellecombe car park, about 3 hours on foot.
In July and August: shuttle bus service to Plume Fine (refuge about 1? hours' walk away).
- You can also get there by mountain bike, on horseback, with a donkey, on snowshoes or on cross-country skis.
- Access in winter by ski lift from Val d'Isère, then with sealskins.
- Coach parking at the Bellecombe car park.
- IGN maps: Top 25 - 3633 ET

Information update on 15/02/2024 by Parc National de la Vanoise