This refuge is in the heart of the Ecrins National Park, a grandiose and wild environment. In the bottom of the valley of Vénéon, easily accessible since La Bérarde it offers a panorama on the glacier of the Pilatte and the most prestigious summits of the Ecrins
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Description: Hut of Temple Ecrins

The mountain hut of Temple Ecrins was completely renovated in 2017-2018. Bright and warm, the refuge is now equipped with showers. The beds consist of modules for 1 to 3 people.

Tips

Gourmet meals served all day, home-made desserts. Special activities take place during the summer season as part of the Jeudis des Refuge event.

Equipment

  1. Terrace
  2. Defibrillator
  3. Soal hot water
  4. Waste management
  5. Photovoltaic panel
  6. Covered picnic area
  7. Sustainable development

Service(s)

  1. Breakfast
  2. Half-board
  3. Restaurant
  4. Picnic hampers
  5. Independently Managed

Comfort(s)

  1. Hot showers
  2. Fireplace / Wood burning stove

Opening periods

From 06/06 to 06/09.

Prices

Night: 23.80 €
Child rate per night : 13.10 €
CAF member rate per night: 5.90 to 11.90 €
Breakfast: 8 €
Dinner: 19 €
Half board (pp): 38.50 to 51.80 €
Half-board (child) : 17 to 37.10 €
Group rate per night: 19.05 €
Picnic to take away: 11 €.

Child entry valid for 8 - 17 years.
Group rate available for > 9 people.

Free accommodation for children under 8.
Tariff available at https://refugetempleecrins.ffcam.fr/tarifs.html.

Tax not included.

Payment Methods

  1. Cheque
  2. Chèques Vacances
  3. Cash

Location

Located in an alpine meadow populated with chamois and marmots. Access only on foot in 2:45 easy walk from the Bérarde. The path climbs gently down the Pilatte valley along the Vénéon. After having passed the plan of the Carrelet, it winds through a forest of pine trees that are left around 2200 m to gain a foothold in the alpine lawn. In the Ecrins National Park, prohibited dogs even on a leash.

Hut of Temple Ecrins
Saint-Christophe-en-Oisans - La Bérarde