Monte Rama

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Monte Rama
Highest point
Elevation 1,150 m (3,770 ft)
Coordinates 44°25′40″N 8°37′07″E / 44.42778°N 8.61861°E / 44.42778; 8.61861Coordinates: 44°25′40″N 8°37′07″E / 44.42778°N 8.61861°E / 44.42778; 8.61861
Monte Rama is located in Italy
Monte Rama
Monte Rama
Location in Italy
Location Liguria, Italy
Parent range Ligurian Appennines

Monte Rama is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines.


Monte Rama and Lerca village

The mountain is located in the province of Genova, in Liguria, and belongs to the municipality of Cogoleto. It stands on a brief ridge which, starting from the main chain of the Apennines near Rocca del Lago, heads south-east towards the Ligurian Sea and after Cima Fontanaccia reaches the Monte Rama.[1]

Access to the summit[edit]

Monte Rama summit can be reached from Sant'Anna Chapel (near Lerca of Cogoleto) following a signposed foothpath with a walk of around 2.30 hours.[2]

Nature conservation[edit]

The mountain is included in the Parco naturale regionale del Beigua.[3]


  1. ^ Istituto Geografico Centrale - Carta dei sentieri 1:50.000 n. 16 Genova - Varazze -Ovada
  2. ^ Monte Rama (via diretta), hike description on (access:July 2015)
  3. ^ Parco Naturale Regional del Beigua (Italian) (English) (German) (French)

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