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Ristorante Cambrena is popular with local patrons, passers-by and tourists alike and is located on the Bernina Pass at an altitude of 2300 metres above sea level. The restaurant is open from 5:30 a.m. until late in the evening. The hosts are courteous, and the atmosphere is cosy and warm with a burning stove and the murmurs of patrons chatting away in the background.

On the walls are old black and white photographs of the snow-covered mountains and men crossing the mountains in the winter with pack animals. One photograph filling the entire wall is particularly striking: it portrays a group of sledges drawn across the snow by horses carrying heavy loads of wine from Valtellina to the Engadine: it tells the story of brave, enterprising sledge drivers from Valposchiavo.

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Ristorante Cambrena serves local cuisine and specialities including capunet, polenta and mushrooms, pizzoccheri, game, cured meat, cheeses from the valley and home-made cakes.

The cosy, intimate atmosphere makes it the perfect place to enjoy a good fondue with friends, perhaps after a long day's skiing, a challenging hike or a group hunting expedition.

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The Glaciers terrace from Hotel Restaurant Cambrena offers a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape.

The panorama includes the Cambrena Glacier—after which the hotel is named—Piz Arlas, Sasa Quadra (further north) and a glimpse of Lago Bianco (so called because of its milky-white colour), along which runs a path leading to the Sassal Masone mountain or Alp Grüm, Palü and Cavaglia.