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Montaner - Sarmede


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 4.5 %

Length: 4.7 km

Height start: 102 m

Height top: 313 m

Elevation gain: 211 m

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Montaner rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 9131 (all)
Ranking Italy: 2564 (all)
Ranking Dolomites-Alps: 630 (all)
Difficulty score: 23.17 what?

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Description

The Montaner is situated in Veneto and belongs to the Dolomites-Alps . Starting from Sarmede, the Montaner ascent is 4.7 km long. Over this distance, you climb 211 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 4.5 %.

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Stories, information and comments from Montaner climbers
Story by Massimo Riovanto from mestre, Italy, submitted on 31/03/2014
Made Yesterday, sunny day temperature 25°, from Sarmede really really hard immediately, it''s the first mountain to climb if you are coming from the flat zone after Conegliano, it''s a Dolomites visit card. One km it''s around 12% with maximum of 15%. Then on the summit there''s a little cemetery and from there the tough part is behind the shoulders.
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