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Italy Province High Points

RankProvinceRegionPeak Elev-M Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.AostaRhône-Alpes/Valle d’AostaMont Blanc4810Savoy Alps 
2.Verbano-Cusio-OssolaPiedmont/ValaisGrenzgipfel4618Pennine Alps 
3.VercelliPiedmont/ValaisSignalkuppe4554Pennine Alps 
4.TorinoPiedmont/Valle d’AostaGran Paradiso-Il Roc4026Graian Alps 
5.SondrioGraubünden/LombardyLa Spedla4020Rhaetian Alps 
6.BolzanoTrentino-Alto AdigeOrtles3905Ortles 
7.CuneoPiedmontMonte Viso3841Cottian Alps 
8.TrentoLombardy/Trentino-Alto AdigeMonte Cevedale3764Ortles 
9.BresciaLombardyAdamello3539Brenta-Adamello-Garda Group 
10.BellunoTrentino-Alto Adige/VenetoMarmolada3342Dolomites 
11.CataniaSicilyEtna3323  
12.BergamoLombardyPizzo di Coca3050Orobie Alps 
13.TeramoAbruzziCorno Grande2912  
14.PescaraAbruzziMonte Amaro2793  
14.L’AquilaAbruzziMonte Amaro2793  
14.ChietiAbruzziMonte Amaro2793  
17.UdineKärnten/Friuli-Venezia GiuliaMonte Coglians2780Carnic Alps 
18.PordenoneFriuli-Venezia Giulia/VenetoCima di Preti2706Carnic Alps 
19.LeccoLombardyMonte Legnone2609Orobie Alps 
20.BiellaPiedmont/Valle d’AostaMonte Mars2600Pennine Alps 
21.ComoLombardy/GraubündenPizzo Paglia-Anticima Sud2550Lepontine Alps 
22.Ascoli PicenoMarcheMonte Vettore2476  
23.RietiLazio/AbruzziMonte Gorzano2458  
24.PerugiaUmbria/MarcheCima del Redentore2448  
25.VicenzaVeneto/Trentino-Alto AdigeCima Dódici2336Dolomites 
26.FermoMarcheMonte Priora2332  
27.CosenzaCalabriaSerra Dolcedorme2267  
28.MacerataMarchePizzo Berro2259  
29.PotenzaBasilicata/CalabriaMonte Pollino2248  
30.FrosinoneLazio/AbruzziLa Meta2242  
31.VeronaVeneto/Trentino-Alto AdigeCima Valdritta2218Brenta-Adamello-Garda Group 
32.ImperiaProvence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur/Liguria/PiedmontMonte Saccarello2200Maritime Alps 
33.IserniaAbruzzi/MoliseLa Meta-Anticima Orientale2185  
34.ModenaEmilia-RomagnaMonte Cimone2165  
35.Reggio EmiliaEmilia-RomagnaMonte Cusna2121  
36.LuccaTuscany/Emilia-RomagnaMonte Prado2054  
37.CampobassoMoliseMonte Miletto2050  
38.PalermoSicilyPizzo Carbonara1979  
39.Reggio CalabriaCalabriaMontalto1955  
40.BolognaTuscany/Emilia-RomagnaCorno alle Scale1945  
41.PistoiaTuscanyAlpe Tre Potenze1940  
42.CasertaCampania/MoliseMonte la Gallinola1923  
43.Massa CarraraEmilia-Romagna/TuscanyMonte Alto1904  
44.SalernoCampaniaMonte Cervati1899  
45.ParmaEmilia-Romagna/TuscanyMonte Sillara1861  
46.RomaLazioMonte Autore1853  
47.MessinaSicilyMonte Soro1847  
48.OgliastraSardegnaPunta la Marmora1834  
49.NuoroSardegnaBruncu Spina1829  
50.BeneventoCampania/MoliseMonte Mutria1823  
51.AvellinoCampaniaMonte Cervialto1808  
52.GenovaEmilia-Romagna/LiguriaMonte Maggiorasca1799  
53.PiacenzaEmilia-Romagna/LiguriaMonte Bue1780  
54.TrevisoVenetoMonte Grappa1775Dolomites 
55.CatanzaroCalabriaMonte Gariglione1765  
56.SienaTuscanyMonte Amiata1733  
56.GrossetoTuscanyMonte Amiata1733  
58.PaviaEmilia-Romagna/LombardyMonte Lèsima1724  
59.CrotoneCalabriaMonte Femminamorta1723  
60.SavonaLiguria/PiedmontMonte Galero1708Maritime Alps 
61.Pesaro e UrbinoMarcheMonte Catria1701  
62.AlessandriaEmilia-Romagna/Lombardy/PiedmontMonte Chiappo1700  
63.FirenzeTuscany/Emilia-RomagnaMonte Falco1658  
63.ArezzoTuscany/Emilia-RomagnaMonte Falco1658  
65.TerniUmbriaMonte Aspra1652  
66.ForlìEmilia-Romagna/TuscanyMonte Falco-Anticima Orientale1645  
67.VareseLombardy/TicinoMonte Pola-Anticima Occidentale1640Lepontine Alps 
68.La SpeziaLiguria/Emilia-RomagnaMonte Gottero1639  
69.AgrigentoSicilyMonte Cammarata1578  
70.EnnaSicilyMonte Sambughetti1558  
71.LatinaLazioMonte Petrella1533  
72.NapoliCampaniaMonte San Ángelo a Tre Pizzi1444  
73.Vibo ValentiaCalabriaMonte Pecoraro1423  
74.AnconaMarche/UmbriaSerra Santa-Cima Nord1421  
75.NovaraPiedmontBosco del Ratti1375Pennine Alps 
75.RiminiMarche/Emilia-RomagnaMonte Carpegna Nordovest1375  
77.Olbia-TempioSardegnaMonte Limbara1359  
78.CagliariSardegnaMonte Perdedu1334  
79.MateraBasilicataMonte dell'Impiso1319  
80.PratoEmilia-Romagna/TuscanyMonte della Scoperta1278  
81.SassariSardegnaMonte Rasu1258  
82.Medio CampidanoSardegnaMonte Línas1236  
83.FoggiaApuliaMonte Cornacchia1151  
84.Carbonia-IglesiasSardegnaMonte is Carávius1113  
85.TrapaniSicilyMonte Spáragio1110  
86.ViterboLazioMonte Cimino1053  
87.OristanoSardegnaMonte Urtigu1050  
88.LivornoTuscanyMonte Capanne1017  
89.SyracuseSicilyMonte Lauro987  
90.RagusaSicilyMonte Lauro-Anticima Occidentale970  
91.RavennaEmilia-Romagna/TuscanyMonte Macchia dei Cani966  
92.PisaTuscanyMonte Serra917  
93.CaltanissettaSicilyCozzo Calabò899  
94.AstiPiedmontBric Puschera845  
95.Barletta-Andria-TraniApuliaTorre Disperata686  
96.BariApuliaTorre Disperata-Anticima Orientale680  
97.TriesteFriuli-Venezia GiuliaMonte Cocusso672  
98.GoriziaFriuli-Venezia GiuliaMonte Sabotino608Julian Alps 
99.PaduaVenetoMonte Venda601Dolomites 
100.TarantoApuliaMasseria Risana520  
101.BrindisiApuliaSelva di Fasano414  
102.Monza e BrianzaLombardyBesana in Brianza375Lepontine Alps 
103.MilanoLombardyMilan Province High Point239Lepontine Alps 
104.MantuaLombardyCastello di Solferino205Brenta-Adamello-Garda Group 
105.LecceApuliaSerra San Eleutério195  
106.LodiLombardyLodi Province High Point117Lepontine Alps 
107.CremonaLombardyVailate106Orobie Alps 
108.VeneziaVenetoNoale19Dolomites 
109.FerraraEmilia-RomagnaFerrara Province High Point18  
110.RovigoVenetoBergantino15Brenta-Adamello-Garda Group 

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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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