The Carschinahütte SAC is located at the foot of the Sulzfluh on a hilltop covered with boulders. With its polygonal floor plan and quarry stone walls, it blends inconspicuously into the alpine landscape. It is enthroned at 2236 meters above sea level and, thanks to its easy accessibility, is the ideal starting point for summiteers and lime wall enthusiasts, a cozy intermediate destination for long-distance hikers and a worthwhile daily destination for connoisseurs.
The rustic hut was built in 1968 according to plans by Jakob Eschenmoser, the most important architect at SAC -Huts built in the 20th century. It can accommodate 80 people. The eight dormitories are equipped with Nordic duvets and have 8 to 18 beds.
On the large sun terrace you can not only enjoy the wonderful panorama, but also homemade cakes and tarts from the wood oven, local alpine cheese and salsiz, fresh golden-brown rösti variations and delicious cheese slices. In the evening there is a hearty menu for everyone and with a bit of luck with the weather the day ends with a wonderful sunset.
In winter the hut is unattended, self-caterers can stay overnight in the winter room (10 places).