Our Alpine hut below the foot of Sassopiatto is the ideal starting point and the perfect stopover for your hiking tours in the Dolomites. You get to us in 2-3 hours from Alpe di Siusi, from Passo Sella, Val Gardena and Campitello in Val di Fassa.
From our Alpine hut and inn at the foot of Sassopiatto you start on the most stunning hiking tours in the magnificent landscape of the Dolomites.

Hiking tips
Rifugio Sasso Piatto - Sassopiatto (2.955 m) 2hrs.
Sassolungo and Sassopiatto circular tour 6hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Passo Duron > Rifugio di Antermoia in Catinaccio > return via Rifugio Micheluzzi 5hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Alpe di Tires > Hotel Goldknopf > return via Rifugio Molignon 5hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Passo Sella > Rifugio Demetz > return via Rifugio Vicenza 5hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Campitello > train to Col Rodella > return via Sentiero Friedrich August 3hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Restaurant Gasthaus Zallinger > return via restaurant Gasthaus Dialer 3hrs.
Rifugio Sasso Piatto > Restaurant Gasthaus Zallinger > Saltner Schwaige > Baita delle Marmotte > Rifugio Sasso Piatto 5hrs.

Tip: Sassolungo and Sassopiatto circular tour
Walking time: 5-6 hours
The circular tour is suited for all mountain hikers of average fitness.

  • Passo Sella
  • Campitello in Val di Fassa by cable car to Col Rodella
  • Monte Pana in Val Gardena to Rifugio Vicenza
Seen from Alpe di Siusi the Sassolungo group appears to consist only of Sassolungo
and Sassopiatto. In reality, we don’t only walk around Sassopiatto
but also many other summits arising between Sassopiatto and Sassolungo.
This long circular tour winds its way from Rifugio del Passo Sella (2180m) through Stone Town (path no. 526) to Rifugio E. Comici (2153m) and then to Rifugio Vicenza (2253m).
Or by cable car to Rifugio Demetz - Forcella del Sassolungo - Rifugio Vicenza.
Here, Sassolungo, Punta delle Cinque Dita and Cima Sassolungo arise at first, however, the majority of the trail (No 527) is dominated by the majestic Sassopiatto. At first you look up its wild Eastern rock faces, then the hike continues beneath its vertical North face and on under the massive Southwest slope to Rifugio Sasso Piatto (2300 m).
From there the return path leads to the famous Sentiero Friedrich August (No. 557) on the South side of the Sassolungo group with stunning views to the glacier covered Marmolada, behind it the taller Dente del Sassolungo, Torre Innerkofler, Punta Grohmann and Punta delle Cinque Dita back to Passo Sella.

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