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Winter season re-opening on December 8!
Winter season re-opening on December 8!

The Serafini family reminds you that Rifugio Nambino re-opens on December 8! Serafini family

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Noi siamo pronti…e tu?

Tanto il ristorante quanto il bar di Rifugio Nambino ti aspettano ogni weekend del mese di ottobre nelle giornate di sabato e domenica. Vieni a gustarti i colori ed i sapori dell’autunno, ti aspettiamo! Per maggiori informazioni manda una mail a rifugio@nambino.com o telefona al 338/1095570. Ti aspettiamo !!

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Summer season re-opening

The Serafini family, thanking their loyal customers  for the wonderful winter spent together, reminds you that Rifugio Nambino opens Friday 16 June. Serafini family

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Easter B&B packages

Need some relax in a fairytale atmosphere? We arranged packages consisting of 3 nights in B&B, from Friday night to Sunday night! Find more information and the form to request availability at this page.

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Easter dinner!

The Serafini Family invites you to Easter dinner !

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New Year’s Eve dinner!

Come ogni anno la Famiglia Serafini vi invita al Cenone di Capodanno, scoprite il menu che abbiamo pensato per voi !

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New Year’s Eve dinner package !

What about celebrating the New Year in a fabulous atmosphere and pampered by our renowned cuisine? We arranged for our loyal customers packages consisting of 3 days in B&B and New Year’s Eve dinner! Find more information and the form to request availability at this page.

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Summer season ends, winter season re-opening

The Serafini family, thanking their loyal customers  for the wonderful Summer spent together, reminds you that Rifugio Nambino closes from October 2 to December 6. Re-opening day on December 7! Serafini family

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Snowshoes

A snowshoe is footwear for walking over the snow. Snowshoes work by distributing the weight of the person over a larger area so that the person’s foot does not sink completely into the snow, a quality called “flotation”. This article is concerned primarily with snowshoes believed to have been developed in Central Asia and then North America. A possible separate line of development is the kanjiki (かんじき?) of Japan, worn since the Jōmon period. Traditional snowshoes have a hardwood frame with rawhide lacings. Some modern snowshoes are similar, but most are made of materials such as lightweight metal, plastic, and synthetic fabric. In addition to distributing the weight, snowshoes are generally raised at the toe for maneuverability. They must not accumulate snow, hence the latticework, and require bindings to attach them to the feet. In the past, snowshoes were essential tools for fur traders, trappers and anyone whose life or living depended on the ability to get around in areas of deep and frequent snowfall, and they remain necessary equipment for forest rangers and others who must be able to get around areas inaccessible to motorized vehicles when the snow is deep. However, snowshoes are mainly used today for recreation, […]

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