Mt. Roen (2,116 m a.s.l.) on the border between South Tyrol and the Trentino is the highest peak of the Mendola Ridge.
Mt. Roen, whose summit is located on Trentino territory, rises majestically above the village of Termeno (Tramin). With its 2,116 m a.s.l., it represents the highest elevation of the Mendola Ridge and offers thus a spectacular view on the Dolomites in the east, the Brenta Group in the Trentino and the Ortles Alps in the west. Towards east, the slopes fall down sharply to the Wine Road, whereas in the west they descend gently into the Val di Non valley, with meadows covered with a myriad of mountain flowers, including the Alpine clematis and the gentian in early summer.
Mt. Roen can be reached from the Mendola Pass via the managed Malga Romeno mountain hut at 1,773 m a.s.l. - two paths lead to the summit. The easier one is a hiking trail which takes 3 hours from the Mendola Pass. More demanding, however, is the tour from the Malga Romeno to the Rif. Oltradige al Roen mountain hut (1,775 m a.s.l.) and further on via a fixed-rope route to the peak. In winter, also a popular snowshoe tour leads to the summit plateau of Mt. Roen.