A Summer Refuge

Find Your Special Place This Summer

With the gradual reopening of hut networks across Europe and the wider world, summer nights in alpine refuges are possible once more.


To help preserve these safe havens in changing times, many huts now require climbers to bring their own sleeping bags and pillow covers. Here are our top hut essentials for your next alpine adventure.

A Good Night's Sleep

Weighing less than 1kg, our collection of Men's and Women's summer alpine sleeping bags will keep you warm in high alpine huts, without weighing you down on the walk-in.

 

As efficient a bag as it is possible to make. Inspiring confidence even when water turns to ice, this ultralight bag will pack a punch in any high mountain environment during the late spring and summer.

For ultra-light backpacking and alpinism it is difficult to conceive a bag so reliably warm being any lighter. Perfect for high mountain use during the summer and at lower altitudes in Spring and Autumn.

Weighing less than most bottles of water and packing down equally small, this is the perfect bag for the dedicated warm weather backpacker.

Weighing less than most bottles of water and packing down equally small, this is the perfect bag for the dedicated warm weather backpacker.

The scenic terrace of the Gianetti hut on the descent from Piz Badile. Photo: Silvan Metz

Rest easy. Tomorrow is a big day.

These simple comforts can make a big difference to your alpine hut stay, helping you get the rest you need for an unforgettable day in the mountains.

 

 

A lighweight sleeping bag liner offering additional warmth and small pack size, it can also be used alone on the warmest nights.

A lightweight, stretchy drirelease® sleeping bag liner with a cotton-like feel and Polygiene anti-microbial technology.

A lightweight and packable inflatable pillow with removable synthetic filled topper for luxurious camping comfort.

A lightweight and packable inflatable pillow with removable down filled topper for luxurious camping comfort.


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