Monte Peller   42788
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Location: Monte Peller (2319 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Dolomiten      Date: 21-10-2011
This mountain is not represented on APA.
Since now it is late to make the description, I present it as a riddle...
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Yes, this is Monte Peller, the true N corner of the Dolomiti di Brenta, although here the rock is no longer dolomitic. It is a formidable viewpoint on the Val di Non an Val di Sole: actually, its prominent presence is what makes the access to Val di Sole a bit difficult - who has been to the Tonale will surely remember the stretch of road, full of curves (and, in winter, of ice), near Ponte di Mostizzolo. Once there were also rumors about the possible construction of a 5 km tunnel from Mechel to Cavizzana, but now I do no longer hear them. There are substantially three reasons to climb the Peller:
1) typical Sunday tour, if you are a "noneso", i.e. inhabitant of the Val di Non;
2) easy 30 min summit walk to append to a to a bicycle ascent to Rifugio Peller or Malga Tassulla;
3) easy summit to reach at the beginning or end of some traverse in the northern Brenta.

"Walking inside" the image you see Maria Grazia, who before being with me on this "summit with a view", was with me at the "camp with a view" of www.panorama-photo.net/panorama.php?pid=9832

10 horizontal pictures, Nikon D7000 with 16-85, 24 mm equiv, 1/125 sec., f/16.

Comments

I think it should be M.P. - and I want to go there (or at least near) in August!
a very nice view, Alberto!
2014/07/22 08:55 , Michael Strasser
I agree with Michael, I just came (independently) to the same solution. I added some names to the landscape.
Herzlichst Christoph
2014/07/22 09:12 , Christoph Seger
wow, che vista! Una montagna che merita una visita... Ciao, Gianluca.
2014/07/22 18:50 , Gianluca Moroni
Ciao, sí, vale un giretto.
Poi tu, che non mi sembri un alpinista della domenica, prosegui per Sasso Rosso e sentiero Costanzi!
Saluti, Alberto.
2014/07/22 23:43 , Pedrotti Alberto

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