The Nonsberg Group (German: Nonsberggruppe, Italian: Alpi della Val di Non) is a mountain range in South Tyrol and Trentino in Italy and part of the Southern Limestone Alps. A large part of the Nonsberg Group is formed by the Mendelkamm. Their highest peak is the Laugenspitze ( ). The Nonsberg Group is bounded in the east by the Etschtal, to the north by the Prissian High Forest (Ger: Prissianer Hochwald, It: Selva di Prissiano) on the Gampen Pass (It: Passo delle Palade) and in the west by the Non Valley (Ger: Nonstal, It: Val di Non).
The twin peaks of the Laugenspitze
Location of the Nonsberg Group within the Eastern Alps
|State||South Tyrol and Trentino, Italy|
|Range coordinates||46°32′05″N 11°05′09″E|
|Parent range||Eastern Alps|
The boundary of the range according to the Alpine Club Classification of the Eastern Alps (AVE):
- Merano – Etschtal to Mezzocorona − Noce Valley (lower Non Valley/Val di Sole) – Lago di Santa Giustina – Val di Pescara – Proveis − Lederbuch – Hofmahd – Maraunbach to its confluence with the Valschauer Bach – Ultental – Lana – Merano
Until its reclassification in AVE 1984 this group was counted as part of the Brenta Group according to the old 1924 Moriggl Classification (ME).
From north to south:
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