Piemonte peaks

2,296 peaks

Highest peak

Punta Nordend

15,121 ft / 4,608 m

Most summited peak

Monte Pirchiriano

52 summits

Most prominent peak

Monte Viso

6,765 ft / 2,062 m prom

Piemonte summits

368 summits

First Ascent Awards

188 of 2,296 peaks 8%

Top climbing months

August 16%

July 11%

October 10%

Piemonte mountains highlights

  • The highest peaks in the Piemonte region lie on the borders of Switzerland and France
"Climbing Monte Viso (MonViso) 3841m I climbed MonViso on my birthday 28 sep 2018 which turned out to be a spectacular warm autumn day with exceptional clear skies. I did the normal (sud) route which is indeed just a scramble albeit a long exposed one and subject to objective dangers such as rockfall. The SE ridge is shorter and more attractive in many ways. However it involves some grade 3 climbing and good rope work is required. We parked in Plan de Rey in Crissolo which is the end of the narrow road in the Valley del Po. There is a charge of 10 Euros a day for parking here and there se" - Monte Viso, chrispatient, Sep 28, 2018
"I went up from Colle dell'Agnello in fantastic , hot morning . Between the north and south summits, I jumped on the nearby Punta Alp . Wonderful panoramas from the twin peaks ." - Il Pelvo, daniele64, Aug 27, 2018
"I went up from Grange del Rio ( Chianale ) in a good , cold morning . Wonderful views all around , especially on the great Monviso . In fact, I waited a long time at the summit to wait for the best light conditions for the photos ." - Monte Losetta, daniele64, Aug 26, 2018
"Wondeful loop hike from Pian Marchisio crossing the lonely and wild karst area over Gias Gruppetti and returning along the Pian Comune and Passo delle Saline path, full of alpine stars. Very hot day in the morning, but then the clouds reached me." - Monte Mongioie, lovi1984, Aug 11, 2018
"Tuesday 7th August 2018. An ascent of Punta Colomion 2054m/37m, Cottian Alps, from Pian del Sole, above Bardonecchia, Piedmonte, Italy. 9.5km, with 550m of ascent. 2 hours 10mins. For a change of scene, and seeking better weather, we took a trip into Italy over the Col de Montgenévre (1849m) (see at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Col_de_Montgen%C3%A8vre) to the town of Bardonecchia. A short chairlift (10 Euros each) sped us up from the recreational part of the town to the grassy plateau of Pian del Sole (1557m), a sunny spot living up to its name. From there, a grit track wound up thr" - Punta Colomion, marktrengove, Aug 7, 2018

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