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Dolomites for 2 nights in early June. Recommend a rifugio and day hikes.

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Hi, myself and some friends are spending a few weeks in Ferrara, Italy in early June. I will have a car and I am willing to hike to a rifugio. I want to know what are some rifugios you would recommend for four adults in their early 30s. I'm looking to spend one or two nights and do day hikes. Something with amazing vistas would be spectacular. I'll be looking forward to many landscape photo opportunities.

I've been recommended:

Rifugio A.Locatelli

Rifugio Lagazuoi

I'm also open to just staying in a town as a base and do day hikes from there, but I figured getting closer to the upper trails is a good idea.

Thanks in advance.

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