Monte Dizgrazia

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Monte Dizgrazia is a grand Italian snow massif, with a spectacular northern wall of hanging ice. It is an isolated peak, located on a southeast branch ridge of the Lepontines, in the southwestern Alps Retiche.

Elevation (feet): 12,067
Elevation (meters): 3,678
Continent: Europe
Country: Italy
Range/Region: Lepontine Alps
Latitude: 46.2667
Longitude: 9.75
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1862
First successful climber(s): Leslie Stephen, E.S. Kennedy, Melchior Anderegg, Thomas Cox
Nearest major airport: Bergamo, Italy
Convenient Center: Sondrio, Italy

Trip Reports

There are 3 trip reports for Monte Dizgrazia.

  • Log #1781 - by Lorenzo Dotti on July 18, 20023.00 stars
    Please note that the correct name of this beautiful mountain is "Monte Disgrazia" and not "Dizgrazia". Thank you
  • Log #1782 - by Dario Marelli on Jan 09, 20023.00 stars
    Very beautiful rock and ice climbing. Too busy route, so pay attention to the descent.
  • Log #1783 - by Martin Block on Aug 20, 19993.00 stars
    Five of us, in two groups, climbed the peak from the Ponti Hut. It was fantastic as the mountain felt very isolated and wild. My memories are a bit marred by my stupidity - I didn't drink enough and...