RS aldein weisshorn und schwarzhorn mit schnee mai
RS aldein weisshorn und schwarzhorn mit schnee mai

Fiemme Mountains

In the South Tyrolean part of the Fiemme Mountains rise famous peaks such as Mt. Corno Bianco, Mt. Corno Nero and Mt. Corno.

Between the Sarentino Alps and the mighty Dolomites in South Tyrol there are the Fiemme Mountains (Fleimstaler Alpen, in German - Dolomiti di Fiemme in Italian) which stretch through the south of South Tyrol into the Trentino and owe their name to the eponymous Val di Fiemme valley. Their northern edge is located near Bolzano in the Valle dell’Adige valley. Also the Monte Corno Nature Park in South Tyrol is part of the mountain group, whereas its highest peak is located in the Trentino: the 2,847 m high Cima d’Asta near Borgo Valsugana.

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