This comfortable retreat in situated at the heart of the Nature Reserve in Passy, near the lakes of Pormenaz and Anterne. The refuge offers panoramic view over the Fiz and Mont Blanc mountain ranges. Marmots are often sighted here.
The Moede-Anterne refuge hut is located at 2000 m above sea level, facing the Mont Blanc and set amidst meadows at the heart of the Fiz mountain range.
This old chalet, built in 1898, was originally used as a base to hunt chamois.
- New maintenance products that are more conducive to environmental protection.
From 08/06 to 01/10.
Subject to snow conditions.
Refuge situated along the GR5, the "Tour du Pays du Mont-Blanc" and the GRP Chamonix - Sixt - Vallorcine
Summits : Buet - Pointe noire - Brévent
Itineraries from the refuge :
Lac de Pormenaz : 30 minutes.
Lac d'Anterne : 1h15, 255m elevation.
Chalets de Villy : 1h45, 250m elevation.
Pointe Noire de Pormenaz : 1h15, 320m elevation.
Le Buet par le Col de Salenton : 4h30, 1150m elevation.
Le Brévent : 4h, 830m elevation.
Longer hikes : Le Tour des Fiz - le Tour des Aiguilles Rouges - Traversée Sixt-Chamonix
Capacity : 91 people
Office de Tourisme de Passy - 28/11/2019
Night: 18 €
Child rate per night : 18 €
Breakfast: 9.50 €
Breakfast (child) : 9.50 €
Half board (pp): 49 €
Half-board (child) : 35 €.
Child entry valid for 0 - 12 years.
Tax not included.