At an elevation of 2,678 m (8,786 ft.), and with a prominence of 19 m (162 ft.), Monte Nambino forms part of the Southern Rhaetian Alps. It is situated in
the province of South Tyrol, Italy.
The climb up Monte Nambino is not extremely challenging but not to be taken lightly. The slopes that lead up to the mountain allow for some excellent skiing. The area around the mountain is also well-suited to mountain biking due to numerous mule tracks.
The hike starts from La Zangola and follows a well-maintained path to a point where the cableway branches off towards the Nambino Refuge. On proceeding further, visitors will come to Lake Nambino at 1,777 m. The path goes left along a stream and up some wooded slopes, where the vegetation begins to thin out.
On moving further in a north-westerly direction, hikers will cross a deep gorge with a stream which flows from Black Lake. The path turns right, goes over a low hump, and continues in a north-westerly direction to a level area from which the summit is clearly visible. Then it zig-zags up to the peak.
Interesting places to visit on the way up to the summit of Monte Nambino are two mountain huts, Baito Serodol and Rifugio Lago Malghette. Visitors can also enjoy a comfortable stay at Nambino Refuge, a UNESCO heritage hotel, which is located on Lake Nambino (situated in the middle of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park).
The nearest mountain hut is Bivacco Serodoli located 1 128m/3 701ft SW of the summit.
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