Located at an altitude of 1800 meters above sea level and very easy to reach both by car taking the road to Passo San Pellegrino and on foot from the hamlet of Falcade Alto, the Rifugio Flora Alpina, managed dircetly by the De Pellegrini Family, offers one of the most charming landscape of the Dolomites UNESCO, a marvellous view on the Focobon group and on the verdant Val del Biois with its lakes, meadows and streams. The bedrooms of the Refuge Flora Alpina have been recently restored and are endowed with a private bathroom,TV and free Internet Wi-Fi connection. The Restaurant of the Flora Alpina Refuge, well-known for the quality and taste of its dishes, is managed by the owner Lino with a lot of attention for the respect of the most traditional recipes of the local cooking; the restaurant offers to its guests a characteristic dining room, a living room with a typical fireplace, a large terrace with solarium with view on Mt. Focobon. Outside the Refuge Flora Alpina, guests can enjoy in summer the beautiful and peaceful sunny days on the beach chairs of the terrace and in winter the amusing snowtubing track, an experience to be shared with the family.
Refuge Flora Alpina is less than 2 km far from the departure station of the Col Margherita Cable Car on Passo San Pellegrino, the nearest access point ot the Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino ski area; with this ski lift, guests can reach in a few minutes the top of the Col Margherita (2550 m) and enjoy more than 100 km of prefectly-groomed slopes, 24 modern ski lifts, 3 snowparks, boardercross and timed slopes, the brand new Col Margherita Freeride Park (the only authorized backcountry ski area in the Dolomiti Superski), several ski kindergartens and training grounds, 4 ski shools and one of the longest slope of the Dolomites, the "Pista degli Innamorati" ("the Lovers' Slope", a marvellous track of 10 km that leads in the village of Falcade (1100 m) from the top of Col Margherita (2550 m). In summer, Refuge Flora Alpina is the ideal starting point for some of the most suggestive strolls of the Biois Valley, like the path to Malga Ai Lach or the ancient panoramic mule track taht lead to Falcade after a walk of almost 2 hours .