Pizzo Corzene

Page Type Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Location Lat/Lon: 45.94911°N / 10.05426°E
Additional Information County: Lombardia
Activities Activities: Hiking, Skiing
Seasons Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Additional Information Elevation: 7205 ft / 2196 m
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Overview

from Malga Cassinelli
Pizzo Corzene, Corzene Peak is a not difficult hiking or mountaineering skiing mountain situated in front of the Central south face of the Presolana peak, orobian prealps of Italy in the Orobie Bergamasche Regional Park. From his summit you’ve a 360° panorama around the south face of Presolana peak (west), Conca della Presolana valley until Monte Campione (south), Alpe Arera (east) Cresta di Valzurio Monte Ferrante (north). For reaching his summit, there are three different ways, from west through the valle dell’Ombra and Pozzera Pass m. 2107 (this way is good for mountaineering skiing), from south from the Colle di Presolana Pass m. 1968 and from east through the dei Mulini valley, Malga Presolana and Pozzera Pass. In routes section you can see differents possibilities of walking around the peak.

Getting There

Motorway A4 Torino Venezia, until Bergamo gate. Then follow for Seriana Valley, Clusone, Passo della Presolana until Hotel Spampatti, where you can find good parking conditions.

Red Tape

No permission required.

Gear

Winter equipment in winter for the summit. Trekking gear from all the other seasons.

Weather conditions

You can find all the needed informations on the orobian site www.orobiemeteo.com

Map & Bibliography

Presolana group
Map
Kompass 1:50.000 n. 104 "Foppolo, Valle Seriana" Alta Val seriana - Val di Scalve editore Canova, Clusone 1:40.000 Sentieri e rifugi - Comunità Montana Valle Seriana Superiore Scialpinismo nelle Orobie: 80 itinerari - CAI Bergamo - Ed. BOLIS Il massiccio della Presolana -CAI Bergamo - Montagna viva edizioni


Children

Children

Children refers to the set of objects that logically fall under a given object. For example, the Aconcagua mountain page is a child of the 'Aconcagua Group' and the 'Seven Summits.' The Aconcagua mountain itself has many routes, photos, and trip reports as children.