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Italy Province High Points - Multiple Ascents Grid

Showing all of Martin Matejka's ascent dates (max 10 rounds) (Overall: 1 out of 107, or 0.93%)

RankGeographyPeak Elev-M  Prom-M TotalRound 1
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Round 2
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1.AostaMont Blanc48104697   
2.Verbano-Cusio-OssolaGrenzgipfel461810   
3.VercelliSignalkuppe4554102   
4.TorinoGran Paradiso-Il Roc402628   
5.SondrioLa Spedla40208   
6.BolzanoOrtles39051953   
7.CuneoMonte Viso38412062   
8.TrentoMonte Cevedale3769531   
9.BresciaAdamello3539664   
10.BellunoMarmolada334221302 2015-05-07  2015-05-07 
11.CataniaEtna33233323   
12.BergamoPizzo di Coca30501878   
13.TeramoCorno Grande29122476   
14.ChietiMonte Amaro27931810   
14.L’AquilaMonte Amaro27931810   
14.PescaraMonte Amaro27931810   
17.UdineMonte Coglians27801144   
18.PordenoneCima di Preti27061420   
19.LeccoMonte Legnone2609624   
20.BiellaMonte Mars2600388   
21.ComoPizzo Paglia-Anticima Sud2550    
22.Ascoli PicenoMonte Vettore24761463   
23.RietiMonte Gorzano24581183   
24.PerugiaCima del Redentore2448208   
25.VicenzaCima Dódici23361874   
26.FermoMonte Priora2332447   
27.CosenzaSerra Dolcedorme22671715   
28.MacerataPizzo Berro2259179   
29.PotenzaMonte Pollino2248273   
30.FrosinoneLa Meta2242211   
31.VeronaCima Valdritta22181950   
32.ImperiaMonte Saccarello2200156   
33.IserniaLa Meta-Anticima Orientale218545   
34.ModenaMonte Cimone21651577   
35.Reggio EmiliaMonte Cusna2121731   
36.LuccaMonte Prado2054288   
37.CampobassoMonte Miletto20501306   
38.PalermoPizzo Carbonara19791196   
39.Reggio CalabriaMontalto19551709   
40.BolognaCorno alle Scale1945299   
41.PistoiaAlpe Tre Potenze1940241   
42.CasertaMonte la Gallinola1923343   
43.Massa CarraraMonte Alto1904138   
44.SalernoMonte Cervati18991344   
45.ParmaMonte Sillara1861663   
46.RomaMonte Autore1853398   
47.MessinaMonte Soro1847972   
48.NuoroPunta la Marmora18341834   
49.BeneventoMonte Mutria1823    
50.AvellinoMonte Cervialto18081128   
51.GenovaMonte Maggiorasca1799939   
52.PiacenzaMonte Bue178055   
53.TrevisoMonte Grappa17751456   
54.CatanzaroMonte Gariglione176534   
55.GrossetoMonte Amiata17331485   
55.SienaMonte Amiata17331485   
57.PaviaMonte Lèsima1724848   
58.CrotoneMonte Femminamorta1723127   
59.SavonaMonte Galero1708395   
60.Pesaro e UrbinoMonte Catria17011065   
61.AlessandriaMonte Chiappo1700330   
62.ArezzoMonte Falco1658948   
62.FirenzeMonte Falco1658948   
64.TerniMonte Aspra1652425   
65.ForlìMonte Falco-Anticima Orientale164545   
66.VareseMonte Pola-Anticima Occidentale1640    
67.La SpeziaMonte Gottero1639693   
68.AgrigentoMonte Cammarata1578875   
69.EnnaMonte Sambughetti1558    
70.LatinaMonte Petrella15331370   
71.NapoliMonte San Ángelo a Tre Pizzi14441248   
72.Vibo ValentiaMonte Pecoraro1423640   
73.AnconaSerra Santa-Cima Nord142110   
74.RiminiMonte Carpegna Nordovest1375    
74.NovaraBosco del Ratti13750   
76.SassariMonte Limbara13591064   
77.Sud SardegnaMonte Perdedu1334466   
78.MateraMonte dell'Impiso1319    
79.PratoMonte della Scoperta1278    
80.FoggiaMonte Cornacchia1151558   
81.CagliariMonte is Carávius1113973   
82.TrapaniMonte Spáragio1110887   
83.ViterboMonte Cimino1053740   
84.OristanoMonte Urtigu1050395   
85.LivornoMonte Capanne10171017   
86.SyracuseMonte Lauro987553   
87.RagusaMonte Lauro-Anticima Occidentale9700   
88.RavennaMonte Macchia dei Cani966    
89.PisaMonte Serra917907   
90.CaltanissettaCozzo Calabò899326   
91.AstiBric Puschera845235   
92.Barletta-Andria-TraniTorre Disperata686    
93.BariTorre Disperata-Anticima Orientale6800   
94.TriesteMonte Cocusso67241   
95.GoriziaMonte Sabotino608223   
96.PaduaMonte Venda601579   
97.TarantoMasseria Risana520    
98.BrindisiSelva di Fasano414    
99.Monza e BrianzaBesana in Brianza375    
100.MilanoMilan Province High Point239    
101.MantuaCastello di Solferino20571   
102.LecceSerra San Eleutério195    
103.LodiLodi Province High Point117    
104.CremonaVailate106    
105.VeneziaNoale19    
106.FerraraFerrara Province High Point18    
107.RovigoBergantino15    

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About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Martin Matejka, up to 10 ascents per peak.
  • While many peakbaggers do not like to repeat ascents, some will try to do multiple "laps" or "rounds" of a favorite list, often one close to home.
  • The header for each ascent column shows, in parentheses, the total number of peaks climbed in each "round", and clicking the header link will sort your ascents for that round.
  • Due to space limitations, this listing has just the basic peak info, so up to ten date columns can be shown. Please use the main peak list (linked above) for more basic info and functionality.
  • Some climbers will log two ascents of the same peak on the same day--for example, when doing an out-and-back ridge run with other ascents sandwiched between two of the same peak. Some might not consider these to be two separate ascents for the purposes of doing multiple rounds. Clicking on the "Count a peak only once per day" link in the header will collapse multiple ascents of a peak on a single day into just one ascent for this grid list.

List Description

Italy is divided into 110 provinces, important local governmental units. I researched the high points using a variety of map sources and am reasonably confident of most of the peaks listed here. However, the summits listed for the provinces of the Po Valley lowlands are just estimates based on spot elevations from road maps, and may not be accurate.

Acknowledgments:

Thanks to Graziano Coppa, who helped determine the high points of several new provinces that have been created in the past decade.

Also, a big thank you to Daniele Bizzarri, who provided a large number of corrections for many of these points, based on closely looking at the peaks and their locations on or near provincial boundaries.

 


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