The Mountains Of Italy | Dolomites

GUIDE TO THE MARMOLADA MOUNTAIN GROUP

The Marmolada Mountain Group reaches a height of 3,343 m at Punta Penìa (meaning “nothing more” in the Ladin language), is also known as the “Queen of the Dolomites", as the highest peak in the region and home to its largest glacier.

Marmolada Mountain Group Italy

This mountain range, encircled by the valleys of the Avisio (in Trento Province (Trentino) to the north and Cordevole to the south (crossing the length of the Agordino region in the Belluno Province), stands in the heart of the Dolomites like a solitary sentinel, and is protected as one of the nine areas that form the Dolomites UNESCO Heritage sites.

Marmolada Mountain Group Dolomites

TOWNS OF THE MARMOLADA GROUP

  • Alleghe
  • Moena
  • Canazei
  • Facade

MAIN PEAKS OF THE MARMOLADA GROUP

  • Punta Penia - 3.342 m
  • Punta Rocca - 3.309 m
  • Punta Ombretta - 3.230 m
  • Gran Vernel - 3.205 m
  • Piccolo Vernel - 3.098 m
  • Sasso Vernale - 3.058 m
  • Piz Serauta - 3.035 m
  • Piz de Guda - 2.134 m
  • Punta Comates - 3.029 m
  • Cima Ombretta - 3.011 m
  • Cima dell'Uomo - 3.010 m
  • Sas de Valfreda - 3.009 m
  • Cima Ombrettòla - 2.931 m
  • Monte Fop - 2.883 m

MOUNTAIN HUTS IN THE MARMOLADA GROUP

  • Rifugio Contrin (2.016 m)
  • Rifugio Falier (2.074 m)
  • Bivacco Marco dal Bianco (2.730 m)
  • Capanna Punta Penia (3.340 m)

DOLOMITES MOUNTAIN GROUP

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Nuvolau Group

Nuvolau Mountain Group Dolomites

Antelao Mountain Group

Brenta Mountain Group

Catinaccio Mountain Group

Civetta Mountain Group

Cristallo Mountain Group

Lagorai Mountain Group

Latemar Mountain Group

Pale di San Martino

Pelmo Mountain Group

Piccolo Dolomites

Puez Olde Mountain Group

Sassolungo Mountain Group

Schiara Mountain Group

Sella Mountain Group

Vette Feltre Group

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