Monte Zoncolan - Things to Know Before Visiting
Monte Zoncolan, 33025 Ovaro, Province of Udine, Italy
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About Monte Zoncolan
Monte Zoncolan is a mountain in the Carnic Alps, located in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy, with an elevation of 1,750 meters. It is one of the most demanding climbs in professional road bicycle racing. The mountain also holds the ski resort of Ravascletto with 22 km of slopes and a skiable height between 950 and 2000 m. It was one of the picturesque locations in this area and it attracts a lot of tourists here,
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The upstream Crostis is a mountain of the Carnic Alps, 2,251 m high, in the Alpine region of Carnia, in the province of Udine. The destination for many hikers, as from its top you can enjoy a view of all the Carnic Alps, up to the Julian Alps to the east and the Dolomites to the west, the Panoramica delle Vette road is very interesting.at the end of the climb from Tualis.
The Pesarina is one of eight valleys of Carnia, growing to approximately 22 km west-east, crossed by the river Pesarina which takes its name, bordering Cadore and the Sappada Valley to the west, with which it shares some mountain peaks. In the valley lies the municipality of Prato Carnico, with the hamlets of Croce, Avausa, Pieria, Oasis , Pradumbli, Pesariis, Sostasio, Prico , Truia and Luc and is crossed by the SR 465 which connects it on one side with Comeglians and Ovaro and on the other wit
The Pal Piccolo is a mountain of Alps high 1866 m, located near the Pass of Monte Croce Carnico, on the border between Italy and Austria. Although it is a secondary peak, it owes its importance to the fighting that took place there inWorld War I, between 1915 and 1917; today on the top of the mountain there is an open-air museum, where it is possible to visit the remains of the trenches and barracks used by the Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops during the conflict.
The Plöckenpass, 1357 m above sea level. A is a 37 km long pass in the Carnic Alps on the route from Kötschach-Mauthen in Gailtal to Timau in Friuli, Italy. From there the road goes south to Tolmezzo and Udine. West of the top of the pass is the Frischenkofel, to the east the Kleine Pal. Both mountains are part of the open-air museum on the Plöckenpass, which illustrates the fortifications from the mountain war of 1915-1918.
The Mount Coglians, with its 2,780 m above sea level, is the highest peak in the Carnic Alps and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia. During the First World War, the summit was permanently occupied by Italian troops, who used it as an observation point: the remains of some posts dating back to the Great War are still visible on the top. It can be reached via two routes: the normal, easier route, which starts from the Giovanni e Olinto Marinelli refuge, on the south side, or the via Ferrata on the north s
The Wolayer See is a mountain lake on the Carinthian side of the Carnic main ridge near the Plöckenpass . It is the center of the nature reserve Wolayer See and the surrounding area. The lake is 1951 m above sea level and is 3.8 hectares in size. It lies in a sinkhole that is tectonically formed and shaped by the Wolayer Glacier during the Ice Age The lake's underground water feeds two sources: one on Austrian territory, the second on Italian territory south of the Lambertenghi hut.
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Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes. The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory.