Corno dei Tre Signori

Elevation (feet): 11,024
Elevation (meters): 3,360
Continent: Europe
Country: Italy
Range/Region: Ortler Alps
Latitude: 46.34323
Longitude: 10.51569
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1876
First successful climber(s): P.Damiani, F.Gamba, G.Duina
Nearest major airport: Milan
Convenient Center: Bormio

Thanks to J. Vranjes for adding this peak.

Corno dei Tre Signori (3360 m) is a beautiful mountain which raises above Gavia Pass (2652 m) on its east side. The normal route starts from the Gavia Pass and the Bonetta hut which is at the road. From there you should go to the east-southeast direction towards the pass between the Corno and Monte Gaviola, which is also direction towards Ref. A. Bozzi. After reaching the pass turn to the north and follow the route which goes nearly parallel to the ridge but remains mainly on its east side. The route is exposed at many places and secured with chains. Plan about 3-4 hours from the Gavia Pass. Another approach is a long walk from the south-east from Ref. Bozzi.

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