Gugliermina Bivouac

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Gugliermina Bivouac
Capanna Fratelli Gugliermina (it)
Capanna Valsesia (it)

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The Gugliermina Bivouac

General
Elevation 3,212 m10,538.058 ft
1.996 miles
Type CAI
Location Piemonte, Italy
Range Pennine Alps
Massif Monte Rosa
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Coordinates
DMS Coor. 45°54´47"N, 7°52´57"E
Swiss Coor. 634441 / 84703
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Coordinates Information

Nearby Features
Balmenhorn, Balmenhorn Bivouac, Città di Mantova Hut, Corno Nero, Dufourspitze, Gnifetti Hut, Grenzgipfel, Grenzsattel, Ludwigshöhe, Margherita Hut, Monte Rosa, Ostspitze, Parrotspitze, Punta Giordani, Pyramid Vincent, Resegotti Bivouac, Signalkuppe, Silbersattel, Zumsteinspitze
Alpinist's Info
Base(s) Alagna Valsesia
Summit(s) Corno Nero, Ludwigshöhe, Parrotspitze, Piramide Vincent, Punta Giordani, Sperone Vincent
Topo. Map IGC 109: Monte Rosa - Alagna -
Valsesia - Macugnaga - Gressoney
Approach Difficulty Rating F F
Hut Info
Places 12
Guarded always unguarded
Catering No drinks and No food
Website www.caivarallo.it/rifugi_cai_varallo/capanna_gugliermina.php
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General information

The Gugliermina Bivouac (Italian: Capanna Fratelli Gugliermina or Capanna Valsesia) (3,212 m) is a mountain bivouac hut above Alagna Valsesia in the Pennine Alps in Italy. It's a wooden construction situated on the massive rock promontory SE of the Parrotspitze which separates the Sesia and E branch of the Piode Glacier.

History

Built in 1902 by the 2 brothers Giovanni Battista and Giuseppe Fortunato Gugliermina.

Accommodation

12 places

Approach Route

Walk or take the bus to the parking area at the roadhead (1,500 m). Follow the track on the N side of the river (Acqua Bianca) to the chalets at Pt. 1,603 m. Continue heading NW to the head of the valley. Cross two streams descending from Alpe Vigne and then climb a steep path to the L end of a rock barrier. A fork R here leads to the Barba-Ferrero Hut at Alpe Vigne Sup. Keep L and cross a stream to get onto the crest of the moraine. Follow this until a sort of ramp leads off on its L side. Follow this (some snow patches) to its end and then climb directly up to the hut at the top of a rock step. (6h from the roadhead)

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