Rifugio Campo Base

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Rifugio Campo Base
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Rifugio Campo Base and Rocca Provenzale
Rifugio Campo Base is located in Italy
Rifugio Campo Base
Rifugio Campo Base
Coordinates 44°29′49.43″N 6°55′9.42″E / 44.4970639°N 6.9192833°E / 44.4970639; 6.9192833Coordinates: 44°29′49.43″N 6°55′9.42″E / 44.4970639°N 6.9192833°E / 44.4970639; 6.9192833
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Administrative
district
Province of Cuneo
Nearest
settlement
Acceglio (Chiappera village)
Elevation 1,650 m (5,413 ft)
Construction
Built in 1982 (1982) as mountain hut
Built by Esercito Italiano
Built for originally as a barrak
Administration
Owner Comunità montana Valle Maira
Facilities
Total bedspaces
(incl. winter room)
26

The Rifugio Campeggio Campo Base is an alpine refuge located in the Municipality of Acceglio, in the Province of Cuneo, Italy.

Characteristics[edit]

It is situated in the frazione of Chiappera, in the upper Maira Valley at approximately 1,650 metres above sea-level on the right bank of the main valley floor of the Maurin river (the upper stretch of the Maira river). Opened in 1982, has been renewed during 2010 and has now 26 sleeping accommodations in the refuge and an area for camping.

It is opened from 20 December to 1 November.

The Rifugio Campo Base is an excellent point of departure and can be a useful base for different itineraries: the GTA (Grande Traversata delle Alpi), the Via Alpina, Percorsi Occitani, Tour of Chambeyron, Sentiero Roberto Cavallero. It is situated at the crossing between the red and the blue trail of the Via Alpina

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