I think 'Zoncolan' is the correct spelling.
You're right of course - it was a typo. But I got two out of three correct! :-)
In the Sernio/Grauzaria chapter you are saying that both these summits can be reached by ferratas. That's not true. There are marked routes, but not protected with a single peace of iron. It's easy climbing II+ (Grauzaria) and II- (Sernio). You might also link in the text, where you list mountains, to the Grauzaria page. Also the ascent on Zuc dal Bor (the last group) is (I think) not a ferrata. Or may be it was. I didn't climb it, but my friend Andrej Masera says, that the route was destroyed during the last earthquake, so it is now UIAA III degree, and so considerably harder than if you say there's a ferrata.
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