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Uia di Ciamarella

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Uia di Ciamarella

Uia di Ciamarella
Elevation 3,676 m (12,060 ft)
Prominence 664 m (2,178 ft)[1]
Uia di Ciamarella
Location Piedmont, Italy
Rhône-Alpes, France
Range Graian Alps

45°19′48″N 07°08′39″E / 45.33000°N 7.14417°E / 45.33000; 7.14417Coordinates: 45°19′48″N 07°08′39″E / 45.33000°N 7.14417°E / 45.33000; 7.14417

Uia di Ciamarella or just Ciamarella (3,676 m) is a mountain on the border between France and Italy.

SOIUSA classification

According to the SOIUSA (International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps) the mountain can be classified in the following way:[2]

  • main part = Western Alps
  • major sector = North Western Alps
  • section = Graian Alps
  • subsection = South-Eastern Graian Alps
  • supergroup = catena Arnas-Ciamarella (It) / chaîne Ouille d'Arbéon - Ciamarella (Fr)
  • group = gruppo Ciamarella-Mondrone
  • subgroup = sottogruppo della Ciamarella
  • code = I/B-7.I-B.6.a


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