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Monte Disgrazia

Monte Disgrazia
Monte Disgrazia
Elevation 3,678 m (12,067 ft)
Prominence 1,116 m (3,661 ft)[1]
Parent peak Piz Bernina
Location
Monte Disgrazia is located in Italy
Monte Disgrazia
Italy
Location Lombardy, Italy
Range Bregaglia Range
Coordinates
Geology
Type Granite
Climbing
First ascent 23 August 1862 by Leslie Stephen, E. S. Kennedy and Thomas Cox with guide Melchior Anderegg
Easiest route Northwest ridge (II)

Monte Disgrazia (3,678 m) is a mountain in the Bregaglia range in the Italian Alps. It is the highest peak in the Val Masino group, situated south of the Bernina Range.

It has five glaciers and five wild ridges and is a demanding climb.

The first ascent was by Leslie Stephen, E. S. Kennedy and Thomas Cox with guide Melchior Anderegg on 23 August 1862. Their route over the Preda Rossa glacier and the northwest ridge is the easiest one and has remained the normal climbing route.

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Passo del Muretto (2,562 m).

External links

  • Monte Disgrazia on SummitPost
  • Webcam of Monte Disgrazia


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