The Alps dominate the Northern Italian landscape, with scenic valleys, and beautiful mountains. Those who travel there can experience the magical wonders of these lands, but finding accommodation can be hard. However, this alpine mountain hut is free to use for everyone, but there is a catch.
This hut was built by the family of the late mountain climber, Luca Vuerich, who died during an avalanche in 2010. An architect called Giovanni Pesamosca has designed this cabin to be built in an alpine mountain near the Ceria-Merlone trail.
The building materials were brought to the top of the mountain by helicopters. A team of well-trained construction workers, mountain rescuers, and Luca’s friends have built it.
The wedged shape of this alpine mountain hut prevents the snow from piling up on the roof. The door is facing south, so the sunlight melts the snow, preventing the door from being stuck.