Mt. Corno is located in the eponymous nature park, the southernmost and lowest of the seven nature parks in South Tyrol
Between the Val di Fiemme valley in the Trentino and Trodena in the south of South Tyrol there’s a wooded peak which rises up to 1,781 m a.s.l.: Mt. Corno (Trudner Horn, in German - Monte Corno, in Italian). Whilst the mountain itself is rather unremarkable, its name is quite famous due to the eponymous nature park, which covers a surface of 6,851 ha and features the most biodiverse flora and fauna of all nature parks in South Tyrol.
The summit of Mt. Corno and the Malga Corno mountain hut are located on Trentino terrain. A hike starts in Trodena (Truden) and leads along the E5 European long distance path to the mountain hut at 1,710 m a.s.l. and around the peak (5 hours). A shorter alternative proceeds from Cauria in Salorno to the mountain hut and then further on to the Passo Cauria saddle.