During the summer, the hut can be reached on foot in about 2 hours from the village of San Bernardino.
As part of the initiative to trace the "Gran Panorama" alpine path, which runs along the Swiss-Italian border between Pizzo Tambo and Pizzo Gesero in the Mesolcina Valley, the Gruppo Sentieri delle Cime has built a first bivouac in the Curciusa Valley in the municipality of Mesocco. The presence of a bivouac in Curciusa is intended as an incentive for families with children to visit the alpine trails in the area.
The Curciusa hut is located at approx. 2,400 m above sea level, and was built in wood. The capacity of the building is 11 fixed beds, with the possibility of extending them to 15 in case of needs. A small kitchen has also been built for the use of hikers to prepare their the hikers for the preparation of hot meals. The structure, in the shape of a "Toblerone", is based on the executive system of similar huts already built in the area, such as the Piz Pian Grand refuge. The particular shape recalls the contours of the surrounding mountains and the building fits into the territory with minimal impact on the territory.
“Salita alla Bocchetta de Curciusa, passo a 2420m di quota, situato tra Pizzo Curciusa e Pizzo Motton, che mette in comunicazione la Val Mesolcina da San Bernardino con Rheinwald a Nufenen attraverso la discesa dalla Val Curciusa. Vi sono ampie panoramiche sulla Val Mesolcina e le cime attorno.”
“Lunga traversata dalla vallata del Rheinwald (Valrain) alla Mesolcina, percorrendo la selvaggia Val Curciusa: Nufenen (1562 m) – Bocchetta de Curciusa (2420 m) – San Bernardino (1608 m).”
“Lago Dosso - Bocch. de Curciusa - Piz Curciusa - Piz Bianch - Piz di Ross - Piz di Pian - Piz Bianch - P. 2944 - N-Flanke - Lago Dosso.”
The price does not include dinner and breakfast or drinks.
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