Monte delle Figne

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Monte delle Figne
Monte delle Figne.jpg
The cross on the mountain's top
Highest point
Elevation 1,172 m (3,845 ft)
Coordinates 44°33′51″N 8°50′08″E / 44.56417°N 8.83556°E / 44.56417; 8.83556Coordinates: 44°33′51″N 8°50′08″E / 44.56417°N 8.83556°E / 44.56417; 8.83556
Monte delle Figne is located in Italy
Monte delle Figne
Monte delle Figne
Location in Italy
Location Liguria and Piedmont, Italy
Parent range Ligurian Appennines
First ascent ancestral
Easiest route hike

Monte delle Figne is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Ligurian Appennines. It lies at an altitude of 1172 metres.[1]


The mountain is located in the provinces of Genoa and Alessandria. Is divided by Passo Mezzano (1063 m) from Monte Taccone and by Passo della Dagliola (858 m) and a saddle near Cascina Carrosina (825 m) from Monte Tobbio.

Access to the summit[edit]

Monte delle Figne is accessible by signposed traks departing from Bocchetta Pass or Isoverde (municipality of Campomorone).

The Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, a long-distance trail from Ventimiglia (province of Imperia) to Bolano (province of La Spezia), passes very close to the mountain's summit.[2]

Nature conservation[edit]

North-western slopes of the mountain are included in the Capanne di Marcarolo Piedmontese natural park.[3]


  1. ^ M. Delle Figne m. 1172,
  2. ^ Fabrizio Oneto and Fabrizio Càlzia. L'alta via dei monti liguri - Monti di Genova (PDF). (in Italian). Galata. Retrieved 2016-04-09. 
  3. ^ Siti di Importanza Comunitaria (SIC), Regione Piemonte, list on (accessed on April 2016)

Media related to Monte delle Figne at Wikimedia Commons

View from the summit: Laghi del Gorzente on the left, Monte Tobbio on the right