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Monte Forcola (left) and Cuclèr da Jon dad Onsch (centre)
|Elevation||2,906 m (9,534 ft)|
|Prominence||141 m (463 ft) |
|Parent peak||Piz Umbrail|
(mountain partially in Italy)
|Parent range||Ortler Alps|
Monte Forcola (2,906 m) is a peak in Graubünden, Switzerland, close to the Italian border. Approximately 200 metres south of the summit (at the Italian border) is located the triple watershed of the Adige, Po and Danube basins (2,896 m).
- Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located east of the mountain at 2,765 metres.
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