Monte Pisanino – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

Pisanino from Contrario, Monte Pisanino photo

Monte Pisanino

Photo credit: Paolo Vannucci

Pisanino from the South, Monte Pisanino photo

Monte Pisanino

Photo credit: Paolo Vannucci

  • Elevation: 1946 m
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Monte Pisanino Climbing Notes

John Holden from UNITED KINGDOM writes:

Six of us climbed and traversed Monte Pisanino in September 2011. Please note that Monte Pisanino is in the Apuane mountain range not the Apennines.These mountains are limestone and marble and are similar to the dolomites - except that they are on the Mediterranean coast - simply stunning.

There's lots of useful information and photos on the walking & climbing pages of the website of the villa we used as our base . Try a Google search using "tuscany villa climb pisanino". The top 2 or 3 results will relate to a "tuscany-villa-holiday website in the UK".

Enjoy Pisanino - it's a wonderful climb/walk.


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10 other mountain peaks closest to Monte Pisanino:

1. Monte Sagro (1753 m) 12.1 km
2. Pania della Croce (1858 m) 13.9 km
3. Monte Forato (1230 m) 16.5 km
4. Monte Prado (2054 m) 20.2 km
5. Cusna (2120 m) 21.4 km
6. Alpe di Succiso (2017 m) 22.2 km
7. Monte Sillara (1861 m) 28.8 km
8. Alpe Tre Potenze (1940 m) 33.5 km
9. Monte Cimone (2165 m) 39.5 km
10. Monte Cusna (2121 m) 52.6 km