1338 m

  Refuge has a year-round manager
Running along the bottom of Bujaruelo gorge, a valley surrounded by high peaks, is a a dirt track that leads to both a campsite and the Refugio de Bujaruelo (Bujaruelo Mountain Hut). The mountain hut, an old inn and in before that a hospital for pilgrims, was originally built in the 12th century by the Knights Hospitallers Order of Saint John. The Bujarelo valley is a stretch formed by the upper part of the river Ara, which marks the boundary line of protection of the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. The mountain hut is located in this valley, together with a Romanesque chapel and bridge. After it was first built, it was remodelled on several occasions to have the appearance and services that it offers today.
Guard notice
This establishment takes the necessary measures and precautions to prevent infection by covid

Technical spec.:

  • Municipality: Torla
  • Property: Mancomunidad forestal del Valle de Broto
  • Managed by: Refugio de Bujaruelo S.C.
  • Phone/fax: +34 (974) 486412
  • Season: Opens seasonally. (Open between 15 March and the long weekend in the )
  • Capacity : 60
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Refuge with manager and with 60 places available
 Shower  Hot water  Meal service  Blankets  Heating  Pub