Gnifetti Hut

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Capanna Giovanni Gnifetti
Capanna Giovanni Gnifetti.JPG
Gnifetti Hut, 2012
Mountain rangeMonte Rosa massif
Elevation3,647 m (11,965 ft)
Total bedspaces
(incl. winter room)
Winter room4
Gnifetti Hut with Liskamm behind

The Gnifetti Hut (Italian: Capanna Giovanni Gnifetti) is a refuge in the Alps in Aosta Valley, Italy. It is located at an altitude of 3,647 metres (11,965 ft), and provides access to mountaineers climbing any of the fifteen nearby 4,000 metre high summits of the Monte Rosa massif, and gives access to high-level glacier routes as well as to the Margherita Hut, located on the Signalkuppe. [1][2]

The refuge is named after Italian mountaineer and parish priest from Alagna Valsesia, Giovanni Gnifetti [it].[3]


  1. ^ "Refuge Giovanni Gnifetti 3647 m (refuge gardé)". Retrieved 2014-02-26.
  2. ^ "Gnifetti hut". SummitPost. Retrieved 25 April 2017.
  3. ^ "The Most Beautiful Huts at over 3,000 metres". Italian Ways. Retrieved 25 April 2017.

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Coordinates: 45°53′59″N 7°51′00″E / 45.89972°N 7.85000°E / 45.89972; 7.85000