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Calanda Lodge

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Die Calandahütte ist eine Berghütte des Schweizer Alpen-Clubs (SAC), Sektion Rätia, im Kanton Graubünden in der Schweiz. Die Hütte liegt auf 2073 m ü. M. auf der Südostflanke des Haldensteiner Calanda. Sie bietet 34 Schlafplätze, aufgeteilt in drei Zimmer. Die Betten sind mit Duvets ausgestattet, ein Hüttenschlafsack wird jedoch empfohlen. Die Hütte verfügt über fliessendes Trinkwasser. Toiletten mit Wasserspülung und Waschgelegenheiten gibt es im Haus. Die Hütte ist im Juni an den Wochenenden von Juli bis Mitte Oktober durchgehend und bis Ende Oktober am Wochenende bewartet. In der übrigen Zeit steht ein Winterraum für sechs Personen zur Verfügung. Eine Reservation ist im Sommer und im Winter erforderlich.

Quelle: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calandah%C3%BCtte

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