|Coglians - Hohe Warte|
Monte Coglians (first high peak from the left) seen from Mt. Zoncolan (south)
|Elevation||2,780 m (9,120 ft)|
|Prominence||1,144 m (3,753 ft) |
|Isolation||33.7 kilometres (20.9 mi)|
|Location||Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy |
|Parent range||Carnic Alps|
|First ascent||30 September 1865 by Paul Grohmann from the South|
Monte Coglians (Friulian: Coliàns; German: Hohe Warte) is the highest mountain of the Carnic Alps, on the border between Italy (province of Udine) and Austria (Carinthia), west of the Monte Croce Carnico pass (Plöcken Pass). With its elevation of 2,780 m (9,121 ft), it is the highest peak of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy and of the Carnic and Gailtal Alps.
Monte Coglians is characterised by karst topography.
- "Monte Coglians - Peakbagger". peakbagger.com. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
- Monte Coglians on Hribi.net (includes a 360° panoramic view from Monte Coglians)
- "Monte Coglians, Austria/Italy". Peakbagger.com.
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