Do I need to book?
Yes: due to COVID-19, a reservation is needed for both eating and spending the night.
How can I book a table?
Due to the special measures adopted because of the COVID-19, the number of seats available is limited both inside and outside and booking is strongly advised; you can do it by calling us at +39 0439 64448, by calling or writing us via Whatsapp at +39 340 9979332 or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have any gluten-free food?
Yes, we do have some gluten-free food.
How can I book a bed?
You can call us at +39 0439 64448, call or write us via Whatspp at +39 340 9979332 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Do I need a sleeping bed to spend the night at the refuge?
Yes. In order to spend the night at Rifugio Boz the use of either a sleeping bag or a sleeping bag sheet is mandatory. The latter is on sale at the refuge at € 7,50. Moreover, bring your slippers and a towel with you.
How much is it for a night stay?
It is € 45 for dinner + bed + breakfast for members of the Italian Alpine Club and other similar international Clubs; € 40 for young members (under 25 years); € 55 for non members.
The only night stay (no dinner and no breakfast) is € 14 for members and € 28 for non members.
In addition, we are asked to collect a tourist tax of € 1/person.
Is there any discount for members of the Italian Alpine Club and other similar international Clubs?
Yes: they enjoy specific discounts on some dishes and drinks, as well as for the half-board and night stay.
For more details on prices and discounts we kindly invite you to go to Prices and booking.
Can I make a shower?
At Rifugio Boz water is precious and is available thanks to the thaw. Whenever the conditions make it possible, you can take a shower at € 5 with about 14 Lt. of water.
When is the refuge open?
Rifugio Boz is open every day 24 hours a day from June 20 to September 20.
Apart from this period, it is open on Saturday and Sunday, and on public holidays depending on the weather and snow conditions.
To check whether it is open or not, please check our Facebook and Instagram pages; our special opening for weekend and public holidays are usually communicated on Wednesday or Thursday.
How much does it take to Rifugio Boz?
For all info about length, ascents and walking time, please go to Itineraries to and from the refuge.
Is it possible to get to Rifugio Boz by mountain-bike or E-bikes?
Yes, you just have to push your bike for a very short stretch of the path.
Leaving from Rifugio Fonteghi (or from the site called “El Belo”), follow the CAI path 727 along initially a paved and then dirt road until Malga Neva. From here, proceed along the trail and cross the Neva torrent (descent first, then ascent – you will have to push your bike) until reaching Rifugio Boz in some 5 minutes. Total ascent from El Belo is approximately 650 m.
How are the paths to get to Rifugio Boz?