Monte Bondone

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Monte Bondone
Monte Bondone seen from Povo.
Highest point
Elevation2,180 m (7,150 ft)
Prominence1,685 m (5,528 ft) [1]
Coordinates45°59′17″N 11°1′51″E / 45.98806°N 11.03083°E / 45.98806; 11.03083Coordinates: 45°59′17″N 11°1′51″E / 45.98806°N 11.03083°E / 45.98806; 11.03083
Monte Bondone is located in Alps
Monte Bondone
Monte Bondone
LocationTrentino, Italy
Parent rangeGarda Mountains
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Monte Bondone is a mountain of Trentino, northern Italy, located west of the provincial capital of Trento. It has an elevation of 2,180 metres (7,152 ft). It is highest mountain of the Garda Prealps and with a prominence of 1,685 metres (5,528 ft) it qualifies as an Ultra. It lies between the Etschtal valley in the east and the Sarca valley in the west. Due to its location high above the city, it is often called the mountain of Trento.[2]


  1. ^ "Monte Bondone". Retrieved 23 February 2015.
  2. ^ "Monte Bondone". Retrieved 23 February 2015.

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Dos D'Abramo and Monte Cornetto seen from Cima Verde