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Services and reservations
Accesses and routes
weather and snow
General questions about reservations, camping, bar and restaurant service
I don't have a place to sleep in the shelter. Can I camp or bivouac in the surroundings?
I'm going to sleep outside, can I have dinner and breakfast in the shelter?
when you make your reservation
What time are dinners served? And the breakfasts?
Dinner is served at 7:00 p.m. Our dining room has a limited capacity, so some days we have to organize a second dinner shift at 8:00 p.m., and exceptionally a third at 9:00 p.m. But this is only done if the shift at 7:00 p.m. is complete, and in no case can a shift be chosen. Breakfasts have a schedule that varies according to the time of sunrise, but is usually served between 6:30 and 8:30. Consult the refuge for the specific timetable at that time.
Is it always necessary to book? Can I do it by phone?
To stay in the refuge or to sleep outside it is essential to book, regardless of the time of year in which we find ourselves. Reservations are made exclusively online. Access the reservation center of the Aragonese Federation of Mountaineering to check the availability calendar and make your reservation. Send us an email or call us at 974 34 12 01 to make last minute reservations, cancellations and modifications of all types of reservations, or for queries that you cannot answer with this section of Frequently Asked Questions.
Do I need to bring a sleeping bag? Are there blankets?
As a hygiene measure during the validity of the COVID19 containment protocol, it will be mandatory to bring a sleeping bag for all guests. In addition, the pillows have been removed.
I'm going to sleep outside. Can I use the toilets and showers?
Yes. The shower is included in the rate price. We have outside toilets for use by campers. But please, don’t leave your trash in toilet paper bins or use the sink as a sink for dirty dishes.
I have paid an advance to confirm my reservation. What happens if I can't go later?
Do you rent camping equipment?
Accesses and routes
How long does it take to get to the refuge from the Pradera de Ordesa car park?
The average time to climb from the Pradera de Ordesa to Góriz by the GR11 is 4 hours, although in winter and spring it can increase significantly, depending on the presence and conditions of the snow. Check our route status section for current route conditions.
I want to access from Nerín. Can I drive my car up the track?
Can I go up with my car to the Pradera de Ordesa? What timetable does the bus from Torla to Pradera have?
Access to the Pradera de Ordesa is restricted to private vehicles only during the periods of greatest influx of visitors to the National Park (Easter, summer and Puente del Pilar), with the bus service from Torla to the Pradera coming into operation. Consultation here schedules and specific dates of operation of the bus. Check our route status section to find out the current conditions of access from Pradera de Ordesa.
How long does it take to climb Monte Perdido from Góriz?
The average time to climb from Góriz to the top of Monte Perdido is three and a half hours (between 6 and 7 hours to get back to the refuge), although in winter and spring it can increase significantly, depending on the presence and conditions of the weather. snow. Check our route status section for current route conditions.
How long does it take to go to Brecha de Rolando?
About 3 hours passing through Neck Millaris and Collado Downloader. It is not advisable to go through the Casteret Grotto and Paso de los Sarrios when there is snow on the route. Check our route status section for current route conditions.
weather and snow
In what conditions is the Faja de las Flores?
In what conditions are the Senda de los Cazadores and the Faja Pelay?
What is the weather forecast for the next few days?
What is the weather going to be like in a month? What conditions will the Lost One be in?
Is there snow left on Monte Perdido?
Is there snow to get to the shelter?
Can I rent crampons and ice axes at the refuge? And snowshoes?
Yes. In the refuge you can rent crampons and ice axes, it is not necessary to reserve it in advance, book in advance (except groups of more than 10 people). We currently do not have snowshoes for rent.
Where are the garbage containers? Can I leave my garbage in the shelter?
You must take down with you all the waste of the things that you have uploaded, since there is no garbage collection service in the refuge or in its surroundings. That’s why there are no bins or trash cans around here. Keep in mind that the garbage generated by the refuge must be taken down by helicopter, something with a very high economic cost. If you buy something in our canteen (drinks, food, etc), you can give us the waste afterwards.
Can I cook my food at the shelter?
Are there hot showers?
Can I bring my dog?
Have you found an answer? If not, contact us
Call us by phone for last minute reservations or if you want more information about the weather, snow conditions, accesses and routes.
6:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Góriz is an open and guarded shelter every day of the year.