|Coglians - Hohe Warte|
Mount Coglians (first high peak from the left) seen from Mt. Zoncolan (south)
|Elevation||2,780 m (9,121 ft)|
|Location||Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
|First ascent||September 30, 1865 by Paul Grohmann from south|
Mount Coglians (Friulian: Coliàns; German: Hohe Warte) is a mountain in the Carnic Alps, at the border between Italy (province of Udine) and Austria (Carinthia), west to the Monte Croce Carnico pass (Plöcken Pass). With its elevation of 2,780 m (9,121 ft), it is the highest peak of Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy and of the Carnic and Gailtal Alps.
Mount Coglians, like all the range which it belongs to, is characterized by karst topography.