The Refuge Alfred Wills is a mountain refuge in a remote location near the Lac d'Anterne in the Montagne de Anterne. It lies in between Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval and Servoz. The refuge is named after Alfred Wills, a British climber who founded alpinism in Sixt Fer à Cheval.
The refuge can accommodate up to 47 people in its dormitory. There are 3 toilets and 1 shower. You will need to bring your own sheet or sleeping bag liner. Pillows and blankets are provided. It is open from mid June to mid September but check their website to get the exact dates for the year you plan to visit and to make bookings. While the refuge is open, it also doubles as a snack bar selling drinks and simple meals and snacks.
The very popular Tour des Fiz passes by the Refuge Alfred Wills and it is a great option if you are looking to break up that long route in multiple stages.
Linked Trails & Points of Interest
These are the trails and points of interests linked to this refuge
A well-known classic route for exploring the Fiz mountain range. The trail offers a nice variation in scenery with great views of the Mont Blanc and multiple valleys and well-known peaks.
When to Go
Mid Jun - Start Oct
9.0 - 14.0 Hours
+2076m / -2076m
15+ Years old
5.0 - 7.0 Hours
Location & Map
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