Vicentine Alps

The Vicentine Alps (Italian: Prealpi Vicentine; German: Vizentiner Alpen, Vicentiner Alpen or Vizentiner Voralpen) are a mountain range of the Eastern Alps in Trentino and the provinces of Verona and Vicenza. The mountains were named after the city of Vicenza which lies at their eastern edge. The highest point in the range is the Cima Dodici (2,336 m s.l.m.) on the northern perimeter of the Vicentine Alps.

Vicentine Alps
Summit of the Becco di Filadonna
Highest point
PeakCima Dodici
Elevation2,336 m s.l.m.
Geography
Lage der Vizentiner Alpen innerhalb der Ostalpen nach AVE
StateTrentino, Venetia
Range coordinates45°47′17″N 11°20′19″E
Parent rangeEastern Alps

Boundaries

The Alpine Club classification of the Eastern Alps (AVE) bounds the Vicentine Alps as follows:[1] In the west the Etsch marks the boundary of the range from Verona to Trient. Further east, the Mocheni Valley forms the boundary, followed by the Sugana Valley (Brenta) to Bassano del Grappa and the North Italian Plain, from where Verona is reached.

Neighbouring ranges are: to the west, the Garda Mountains; to the north, the Fleimstal Alps; and, to the east, the Dolomites.

Highest peaks

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