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Bric delle Camere

Bric delle Camere is a mountain in northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines. It is located in the provinces of Genoa and Alessandria. It lies at an altitude of 1016 metres.

                                               

Monte Buio

Monte Buio is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines. It is located between the provinces of Genoa and Alessandria. It lies at an altitude of 1400 metres.

                                               

Monte Cusna

The mountain is located along the Appennino Crest Trail A00 between Cerreto and Lagastrello Passes, with an altitude of 2.120 metres 6.960 ft. It is also known as Uomo Morto Italian: "Dead Man", "Uomo che Dorme" "Sleeping Man" or "Il Gigante" "Th ...

                                               

Bric del Dente

The mountain stands on the Adriatic / Ligurian drainage divide between Passo del Faiallo and Passo del Turchino. It belongs to the province of Genoa, in Liguria. Its summit is a tripoint at which the valleys of Cerusa, Orba and Stura di Ovada mee ...

                                               

Monte Faito

Monte Faito is a mountain in the Monti Lattari, a small mountain range chain in the Campanian Pre-Apennines, on the Sorrentine Peninsula of southwestern Italy.

                                               

Monte Falterona

Monte Falterona is a mountain in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apeninnes, in the Casentino traditional region, standing at 1.654 m. It is part of the Casentino forests, Monte Falterona and Campigna National Park. The peak is crossed by the borders of the ...

                                               

Monte delle Figne

The mountain is located in the provinces of Genoa and Alessandria. Is divided by Passo Mezzano 1063 m from Monte Taccone and by Passo della Dagliola 858 m and a saddle near Cascina Carrosina 825 m from Monte Tobbio.

                                               

Montagna dei Fiori

Montagna dei Fiori is a mountain group in the Abruzzo, central Italy, forming the Monti Gemelli massif, together with the Montagna di Campli. It is located nearby the boundary between the province of Teramo and the Marche region, due to its proxi ...

                                               

Cima Fontanaccia

The mountain is located in the province of Genova, in Liguria, and belongs to the municipality of Cogoleto. It stands on a brief ridge which, starting from the main chain of the Apennines near Rocca del Lago, heads south-east towards the Ligurian ...

                                               

Monte Forato

Monte Forato is a mountain in the Alpi Apuane, in Tuscany, central Italy. It is formed by two peaks of similar altitude, connected by a natural arch, which gave the group its name means "holed mountain" in Italian. The hole, nearly circular in sh ...

                                               

Mount Fumaiolo

Mount Fumaiolo is a mountain of the northern Apennines range of Italy located in the southern-most corner of the Emilia-Romagna region, c. 70 km from the town of Cesena. It is at the border Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany. With an elevation of 1.407 m ...

                                               

Monte Gelbison

Gelbison is a mountain in the Lucan Subappennines range of the Apennine Mountains system, with an elevation of 1.705 metres. It is located in the southern Cilento region of the Province of Salerno, in the Campania region, of southern Italy. The m ...

                                               

Monte Igno

Monte Igno is a mountain in Marche, Italy. Ignorance Monte relief in the Umbria-Marche Apennines, located in the town of Serravalle Di Chienti, near the border with Umbria. In Kamerte terrain dominates, but North of the Chienti, he does not belon ...

                                               

Monte Leco

Monte Leco is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines. It is located in the provinces of Genoa and Alessandria. It lies at an altitude of 1072 metres.

                                               

Monte Molaro

Calcareous-dolomite, together with Monte Ripalta, Raione Monte, and Monte Costa Warm forms the watershed between the basins of the river Tusciano to the west and the river Tenza to the east. The mountain is covered by forests of oak, chestnut, ra ...

                                               

Montalto (Apuan Alps)

Montalto is a mountain located in Tuscany, Italy and part of the Apuan Alps range. Its highest peak is at roughly 913 meters above the sea level and it is also home of two villages, Retignano and Volegno, in the municipality of Stazzema, Province ...

                                               

Monte Nerone

The Monte Nerone is a mountain in the Umbrian Apennines, in the province of Pesaro e Urbino, Marche, central Italy. The highest peak is at 1.525 m above sea level. Monte Nerone is a limestone massif, including several aspects of karst topography. ...

                                               

Monte Pelpi (Emilia Romagna)

Monte Pelpi is a mountain 1.495 metres high located in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines in northern Italy. The mountain overlooks the towns of Bedonia to the south and Bardi to the north, and rises like a cone between the Taro, Toncina and Ceno valle ...

                                               

Piani di Praglia

The mountain is also accessible by off-road mountain paths and is crossed by the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, a long-distance trail from Ventimiglia province of Imperia to Bolano province of La Spezia.

                                               

Pietra di Bismantova

The Pietra di Bismantova is a geological formation in the Reggiano Apennines, in the comune of Castelnovo ne Monti, province of Reggio Emilia, Central Italy, c. 45 kilometres from Reggio Emilia. It has the shape of a narrow, quasi-cylindrical pla ...

                                               

Monte Pruno

Monte Pruno is a mountain in the southern Cilento region of the Province of Salerno, in the Campania region, of southern Italy. It is 879 metres above sea level.

                                               

Punta Martin

Punta Martin is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines. It is located in the province of Genoa. It lies at an altitude of 1001 metres.

                                               

Monte Reale

Monte Reale is a mountain of the Ligurian Apennines. It is located in the Province of Genoa along the watershed between the basin of the Scrivia Torrent and that of the Vobbia, its tributary to the right. It is situated in the more western part o ...

                                               

Monte Reixa

The mountain stands on the Adriatic / Ligurian drainage divide between Passo del Faiallo and Monte Beigua. It is located between the provinces of Genova and Savona, in Liguria, and represents the tripoint where the municipalities of Sassello, Are ...

                                               

Mount Salviano

Mount Salviano is a massif in the Abruzzi Apennines, Central Italy. It includes the peaks of Mount Aria), Mount Cimarani) and Mount San Felice). Since 1999 the area, falling within the municipal territory of Avezzano, has been included in the Mou ...

                                               

Monte Stella (Calabria)

Monte Stella is a mountain in the Serre Calabresi, in the Locride, Calabria, southern Italy. It is part of the Vallata dello Stilaro, in the comune of Pazzano. Monte Stella is composed of Jurassic limestone.

                                               

Monte Subasio

Mount Subasio is a mountain of the Apennine mountains, in the province of Perugia, Umbria, central Italy. On its slopes are located the ancient towns of Assisi and Spello. The mountain stands about 1290 metres above the sea level. Its pink colore ...

                                               

Monte Tobbio

The mountain stands on the Adriatic side of the drainage divide defined by the Ligurian Apennine. Its the main summit of the ridge which, starting from Monte delle Figne, goes North dividing Gorzente and Lemme valleys. Administratively mount Tobb ...

                                               

Monte Vulture

Mount Vulture is an extinct volcano located 56 km north of the city Potenza in the Basilicata region. As a prominent landmark it gave its name to the Vulture region, the most significant viticultural zone in Basilicata growing the DOC wine Aglian ...

                                               

Monte Barone

Monte Barone is a mountain of the Alpi Biellesi, a sub-range of the Pennine Alps. Due to its isolation it offers a noteworthy point of view towards the Po plain and can be seen from quite a long distance away.

                                               

Monte Bo

The mountain is located between Sessera and Cervo valleys and is totally included in the province of Biella. It is divided between the comune of Piedicavallo and the mountain exclaves of Pettinengo, Tavigliano and Valle San Nicolao. According to ...

                                               

Monte Camino

Monte Camino is a peak in the Biellese Alps, in northern Piedmont, northern Italy. It has an elevation of 2.388 metres. This can be achieved and Biella andorno micca.

                                               

Monte Cresto

The mountain is located on the water divide between the Lys Valley Aosta Valley and the Cervo Valley Province of Biella. Administratively divided between the municipal Aosta valley issime in the Western exclave of the Face and the Piedmontese tow ...

                                               

Monte Mars

It is located on the water divide between the Lys Valley Aosta Valley and the Elvo Valley Province of Biella. In the SOIUSA International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps it gives the name to a mountain group called "Catena Tre Vesco ...

                                               

Colma di Mombarone

Colma di Mombarone is a mountain of the Biellese Alps, a sub-range of Pennine Alps, in northern Italy. It visually marks, along with Monte Gregorio on the opposite side, the entrance of Aosta Valley from the Po plain. On its top in 1900 was built ...

                                               

Monte Mucrone

The mountain belongs to the Biellese Alps, a sub-range of Pennine Alps, the Bocchetta del Lago, a pass at 2.026 m, divides it from the rest of the chain. The Mucrone is located between Elvo and Cervo valleys, and belongs to the Province of Biella ...

                                               

Punta Tre Vescovi

Punta Tre Vescovi is a peak in the Biellese Prealps, northern Italy. On its top, three valleys meet: Lys Valley, Valsesia, and Valle Cervo.

                                               

Badener Hohe

The Badener Hohe is a mountain in the Northern Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It lies within the borough of Baden-Baden and municipality of Forbach. With a height of 1.002.5 m above sea level, it is the highest point in th ...

                                               

Baldenweger Buck

The Baldenweger Buck is a mountain top, 1.460.5 m above sea level, in the Black Forest around 900 metres northeast of the Feldberg summit. Bare ridge falling abruptly to the West, North and East in the surrounding valleys Zastlerbach and Seebach. ...

                                               

Battert

The Battert is a hill, 567.9 m above sea level, on the western edge of the Northern Black Forest north of Baden-Baden in Germany. On its western slopes are the ruins of Hohenbaden Castle, on the southern side is the climbing area and nature reser ...

                                               

Belchen (Black Forest)

The Belchen, 1.414 metres, or Black Forest Belchen is the fourth highest summit of the Black Forest after the Feldberg, Seebuck and the Herzogenhorn. The municipalities of Munstertal, Schonenberg and Kleines Wiesental meet on the summit dome of t ...

                                               

Bernstein (Northern Black Forest)

The Bernstein is a mountain, 693.5 m above sea level, in the Northern Black Forest within the borough of Gaggenau, and the borough of Bad Herrenalb. It is part of the ridge that borders the lower Murg valley on its eastern side. The summit of thi ...

                                               

Blauen (Badenweiler)

Blauen or Hochblauen is a 1.165-metre-high mountain in the southern Black Forest. The peak lies within the municipalities of Schliengen and Malsburg-Marzell in Landkreis Lorrach and the community of Badenweiler in LandkreisBreisgau-Hochschwarzwal ...

                                               

Brandeckkopf

The Brandeckkopf is 686.1 m above sea level, and the highest mountain in the borough of Offenburg. In 686.1 meters above sea level, Brandeckkopf is the highest mountain in Offenburg. It is located in Zell-Weierbach district. In Brandeckturm, look ...

                                               

Brandenkopf

The Brandenkopf is 945.2 m above sea level and one of the highest mountains in the Central Black Forest in southern Germany. The mountain lies in the county of Ortenaukreis in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg within the municipalities of Oberharmer ...

                                               

Brend (mountain)

The Brend is a mountain, 1.149.3 m above sea level, in the Central Black Forest in Germany. It is the highest point in the borough of Furtwangen of which it is the Hausberg.

                                               

Farrenkopf

The Farrenkopf), also known as the "Rigi of the Central Black Forest" is a mountain with extensive views in the Black Forest near the town of Hausach in the Kinzig valley.

                                               

Feldberg (Black Forest)

At 1.493 metres the Feldberg in the Black Forest is the highest mountain in Baden-Wurttemberg, and the highest in Germany outside of the Alps. The local municipality of Feldberg was named after the mountain.

                                               

Fremersberg

The Fremersberg is a hill, 524.6 m above sea level, on the western edge of the northern Black Forest in south Germany on the territory of the town of Baden-Baden and the municipality of Sinzheim. On the summit plateau, which is made of bunter san ...

                                               

Hasenhorn

The Hasenhorn is a mountain, 1.155.6 m above sea level, in the Southern Black Forest in Germany. The mountain lies southeast of the little town of Todtnau. In 2004, the old single chair lift to the Hasenhorn was removed and replaced with a modern ...

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