Trentino-Alto Adige peaks

2,848 peaks

Highest peak


12,812 ft / 3,905 m

Most summited peak

Piz Boè

17 summits

Most prominent peak

La Marmolada (Punta Penia)

6,991 ft / 2,130 m prom

Trentino-Alto Adige summits

314 summits

First Ascent Awards

180 of 2,848 peaks 6%

Top climbing months

July 23%

August 23%

September 10%

Trentino-Alto Adige mountains highlights

"I went up from Passo Sella after climbing Sasso Piatto . Very simple but steep and tiring climb.On the top there is a restaurant and some repeaters , but it is a very panoramic peak ." - Col Rodella, daniele64, Jun 26, 2017
"Easy solo hike on a pretty cloudy day. The first 500 meters were in the forest. After that there were beautiful views on the Gruppo del Cristallo and from the summit also a nice view on the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. I returned, most of the time running, at the bus stop just before a thunderstorm." - Monte Specie, FelinaFoto, May 14, 2017
"Cairngorm Club meet based at Corvara. With Michelle Ward, Adrian Scott and guide Andrea. We took the first lifts on the Marmolada Seggiovia lift. We were to climb via ferrata Marmolada West Ridge to Punta Penia summit. We left the top station at 09:00 and “followed” path 606 to Forcella Marmolada. However, the ground was entirely snow covered. The route descends somewhat to start with. Eventually a small glacier is reached although it was not possible to tell when the glacier started. The route goes up the middle of the glacier and then goes on the right where the via ferrata starts a little " - La Marmolada (Punta Penia), peter43, Jul 15, 2014
"Caingorm Club meet based in Corvara. With four other club members. Bus to Grödner Joch. We did via ferrata Corv 2: Piz da Cir V. This is graded 2A in Smith and Fletcher's guide. We followed the vehicle track adjoining the Hotel Cir. This is the access road to Dantercepies, the top station of the gondola lift from Wolkenstein. The route to the start of the via ferrata is marked and is a short way on grass and bits of rock. The via ferrata itself is not long, only about 100m. The finish is up a tower with one slightly awkward move. The guide book says there is room for about 10 people on the sum" - Cir V, peter43, Jul 11, 2014
"Nice 16 km walk on the well marked trail. Approximately 1100 meters gain/loss. Excellent views to the surrounding mountains from the top. Border between Austria and Italy goes through the peak. Fifty meters away can be found old abandoned military buildings, dated back to - 1918-1940." - Sattelberg, Deividas, Aug 8, 2013

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