La Conca di Riale   52791
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1 Cima della Freghera 2726m
2 2818m
3 Corni di Nefelgiu 2951m
4 2434m
5 Gemelli di Ban 2949m
6 Punta di Morasco 2831m
7 Corno di Ban 3028m
8 Punta della Sabbia 2957m
9 Monte Immel 2807m
10 Bättelmatthorn 3044m
11 Griespass 2487m
12 2799m
13 Riale
14 Corno Brunni 2862m
15 Corno Mutt 2782m

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Location: Riale (1780 m)      by: Stefano Caldera
Area: Tessiner und Misoxer Alpen      Date: 13 Mar 2010
Riale (Z'Chärbäch in walser) is a small village located in one of the snowiest places on Alps.

11 images
Canon EOS 40D
EF 17-40 F/4 L
22mm, F/8, 1/1000s

Comments

Spotless white, great ! Close to this location is a pano #4405 (there are actually more) which you located in the Tessiner/Misoxer mountains. Out of interest, what geographic characteristic makes the split. Greetings HJ
2010/03/19 23:35 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Thanks H-J. Put this valley in the Walliser was a mistake. Anyway, I think the Alps subdisvision of A-P is a little confusing; accordin to SUOIUSA, in fact, this place should be in (in German) "Lepontinische Alpen". The corresponding section is difficult since I dont' have the atlas: I think it should be either "Monte Leone/Blinnenhorn Kette" or "Tessiner Alpen und Verbano". Another problem that often comes up to me is where I have to put the Triangolo Lariano mountains! They'are definitely not Bergamasker and they are definitely not Tessiner: they are "Westliche Lombardische Voralpen" or "Luganer Alpen" but I don't have this choice.
2010/03/20 10:26 , Stefano Caldera
Nevertheless of the geographical disorder, a dream in white an blue. LG Robert
2010/03/20 11:51 , Robert Viehl
A cosy winter panorama full of light - splendid! - Tanti saluti, dirk
2010/03/21 16:47 , Dirk Becker
Himalayan light! What's the meaning of the Walser name?
2010/03/23 09:48 , Marco Nipoti

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