Rifugi e bivacchi

Nel periodo invernale e primaverile è consigliabile telefonare al gestore del rifugio per avere conferma dell'apertura e per verificare le condizioni dell'innevamento del sentiero di accesso.

Baita Cassinelli

The Cassinelli Hut, located at an elevation of 1568 m, is owned by the municipality of Castione della Presolana. In old times, the Baita was used by shepherds during the summer. Completely renovated in the 60s, in 1968 some rooms were assigned to the newly created section of the Mountain Rescue Organisation (Corpo Nazionale del Soccorso Alpino di Clusone) as a base for operations in the Presolana massif. The municipality assigned the Baita to the Clusone “Carlo Medici” Section of the Italian Alpine Club (CAI) , is open to the public in summer.



Baita Cernello


Getting to a small hut is like moving in a wild and unexplored place: spending a night in Baita Cernello Hut (1956 m, club hut of Alzano Lombardo CAI section) is surely a unique and advisable experience.


Baita Golla

On the gentle slopes of Mount Golla, facing “del Riso” valley, this small building (also called “Baita Golla” Hut, altitude 1756 m) is a useful base for hikers who want to walk the many paths climbing the close and easy summits of Mount Grem and Mount Golla.

The landscape is characteristically alpine, with the rocky pinnacles of Mount Alben in one direction and the dolomitic massif of Mount Arera in the other. 


Baita Lago Nero

Baita Lago Nero” Hut is located on the shores of Lake Canali at an altitude of 1997 m, in the Aviasco lakes area. It is located in a part of the Orobie rich of artificial basins (Lake Nero, Lake Aviasco, Campelli lakes, Lake Cernello and Lake Sucotto) and nice mountains not too demanding such as Mount Cabianca and Mount Pradella. In addition, the Baita is easily reached starting from other Mountain Huts such as “Rifugio Laghi Gemelli” Hut and “Rifugio Calvi” Hut, allowing a variety of excursions in a particularly evocative environment. It is managed by the Alta Valle Seriana CAI Subsection, located in Ardesio.


Baita Monte Alto

"Baita Monte Alto" Hut is located at 1380 m of altitude in a quiet and panoramic area and is managed by the Valgandino CAI subsection.
Its environment is the point of arrival and departure for easy and very rewarding hiking itineraries, recommended for families and youth Mountaineering groups as well as support point of long trekkings.
Outside the Baita, your sight can range to 360° offering the view of the nearby Bergamo Alps and Brescia Alps up to the far Mount Adamello.


Baita Nembrini

Baita Nembrini is located on the north side of Mount Alben, at the base of the steep wall of “Torrione Brassamonti” tower.


Bivacco Alberto Zamboni

Open all year around, it is accessible at best between April and November. Managed by Alta Valle Brembana subsection of the Italian Alpine Club (CAI) and recently renovated, Alberto Zamboni bivouac is located in the Azzaredo-Casù forest, which consists mainly of wide pastures and extends over 114 hectars in the municipality of Mezzoldo, along the Bergamo slopes of the Orobic watershed.


Bivacco Aldo Frattini

“Aldo Frattini” bivouac (located in the municipality of Valbondione) is a small metal structure placed on the ridge than divides Valsecca valley and “Piani del Campo” valley, a little further Valsecca Pass.

The structure - stabilized with wooden planks and steel tie rods - has 9 folding beds, a table and a first aid kit. Use the bivouac freely and leave it all in order. A fee (that varies according to the use of the bivouac) is due to the Italian Alpine Club (CAI).


Bivacco Citta' di Clusone

“Città di Clusone” bivouac is located at an altitude of 2085 m, in a spectacular position facing the severe southern bastion of the Presolana massif. Located near the “Cappella Savina” chapel, the old sheet metal structure was replaced in August 2015 with a modern wooden structure covered with sheet metal.


Rifugio Alpe Corte Bassa

The mountain hut (altitude: 1410 m) is easily accessible from the village of Valcanale and it is surrounded by pine tree forest, facing steep rocky walls. It is the first stop of the Sentiero delle Orobie / Central-eastern Orobie Trail  and it can be used as a base to reach lake Branchino and for ski-mountaineering itineraries. In 2007, it has been completely refurbished and it is now accessible by disabled people. The rooms have all a private bathroom and are ideal for family holidays.