SAC Huts: visitors experience nature at an elevation between 1,475 and 4,003 meters above sea level.

Switzerland

Over 150 mountain huts, operated by the Swiss Alpine Club SAC, invite visitors to enjoy the unique experience of the natural world, extensive hiking tours and romantic overnight stays. The SAC huts offer simple and cozy accommodation for alpinists, climbers, hikers, families and nature lovers against the backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery.

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With 152 mountain huts and 9,200 beds, the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) operates the largest selection of mountain accommodations in Switzerland. From large and easily accessible modern mountain houses, to self-catering cabins with simple furnishings, to the remote, Spartan bivouac, all kinds of accommodation can be found in SAC huts.
Due to their remote location, mountain huts cannot offer all the usual comforts associated with accommodations in the plains. But in many of the newer huts, small bedrooms are available, in some cases even showers. In the serviced huts, the warden and his team offer tasty 3- to 4-course dinners and a balanced breakfast.
About three-quarters of the 150 SAC huts have a fulltime or part-time warden in the summer season, whereas in the ski touring season, in late winter or spring, about half of the huts have wardens. All huts are usually always accessible, since each hut serves also as emergency accommodation and has a shelter room.

The average price for a night including dinner and breakfast is about CHF 70 per adult (about CHF 60 for members of the Alpine Club). Early reservation of beds is highly recommended.

Detailed information on opening times, touring conditions and accessibility is available directly from the warden.

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