alpine hut


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alpine hut

nrifugio alpino
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His family spent summer seasons in an Alpine hut in the mountains around Salzburg, according to a media interview with his father.
The horse's name was Alpine Hut and I won a two-mile novice chase on him.
Lunch was taken at an alpine hut where we sampled bean soup with cabbage and cheese dumplings, and then began our descent by another route, soon to come across Slovenian and American flags on a small rise.
The Jungfrau Railway ( jungfrau.ch) runs to the Jungfraujoch, Europe's highest station, from there you can join a guided hike on the Aletsch Glacier and stay overnight in an Alpine hut (aletscharena.ch).
Families at The Alpina Gstd are able to experience a traditional Alpine Hut surrounded by endless mountain meadows.
In the First Class Lounge, classic Oktoberfest sweets such as burnt almonds or chocolate fruits will be offered in a specially built traditional Alpine hut. The restaurant, which will be decked out for the annual beer festival, will also be serving Bavarian delicacies, with chefs preparing specialities such as duck or kaiserschmarrn (sugared pancakes) at guests' tables.
Race sponsors are local bike shops or companies including: Shimano, Diamondback Bicycles, Webscorer, Alpine Hut, Sonadei, Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, Full Speed Ahead, Platypus, Gregg's Cycles and Second Ascent.
As a result of this visit, the Municipal Council of Tesero, upon proposal of the then mayor, Gianni Delladio, decided to cover part of the costs to build an alpine hut and a 'Track of brotherhood Tesero a Sgorigrad' in the mountain above Sgorigrad and Vratsa opposite to the place of the tailing pond, which collapsed on May 1, 1966.
"Was auf der Alm eine Alm ist, ist in der Stadt ein Stuberl" (What on alpine meadows is an alpine hut is a cozy little pub in town): In the catalogue for Martin Wohrl's new show, this is how writer Andreas Neumeister describes the institution of the beer or wine hall typical of many German cities, along with its transformation from alpine authenticity to a globally recognizable cliche signifying beery (or winey) coziness.
The challenges of building an alpine hut in such remote places and harsh environments are as huge now as they were then.
The lights dim, the curtain opens--and there against a picturesque Alpine backdrop, next to the eponymous 'little Alpine hut' (complete with checked curtains and a primrose-filled window box) stand the yodellers, some 25 of them, mostly men from their late teens to their 70s.
Shasta Alpine Hut, Shasta-Trinity Forest, California.