In this photo, taken from the Roda de Vaèl north ridge, you can see from the left: La Sforcella (2791m), Le Coronelle (2781m), Mugoni Pass (2647m), Mugoni (2757m)
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Mugoni, in the Val di Fassa traditions, are a mountain inhabited from witches. They say that during their sabbah, witches made roll down some wheels of fire from the summit of Mugoni towards Ciampedìe, and this wheels end their run against some rocky ridges, the Zigolades (in Ladin language Zigolades means “burnt”)
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