Vincent Piramide

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Piramide Vincent is the most southern of the 4000 meter peaks of the Monte Rosa massif. It is lower than other peaks on the main crest, but has more relief. It can be climbed by any of several basic snow climbing routes, and is a popular acclimatization summit given its close proximity to the Gnifetti Hut, just 2.5 hours of climbing via the Northwest Flank.

Elevation (feet): 13,829
Elevation (meters): 4,215
Continent: Europe
Country: Italy
Range/Region: Pennine Alps
Latitude: 45.908585
Longitude: 7.860374
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1819
First successful climber(s): Johann Nikolaus Vincent
Nearest major airport: Milan, Italy
Convenient Center: Alagna Valsesia, Italy

Thanks to Terrill Thompson for adding this peak.

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