Pasqua sul Sumbra   92532
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39 Passo degli Uncini, 1400
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47 Ferrata del Sella
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51 (Passo delle Pecore, 1600)
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74 Vagli di Sopra
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76 Cima Belfiore, 1810
77 Casa Tontorone, 1014
78 Monte Cavalbianco, 1853
79 Passo di Pradarena, 1579
80 Monte Asinara, 1731
81 Parco dell'Orecchiella
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83 Monte Sillano, 1876
84 Vagli di Sotto
85 Lago di Vagli, 547
86 Ponte tibetano
87 CUSNA, 2120
88 Diga
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90 Valle dell'Edron
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92 Puglianella
93 Prado, 2054
94 Pania di Corfino, 1602
95 Monte Vecchio. 1983
96 Corfino
97 Sasso Rosso
98 Le Fòrbici, 1817
99 Caréggine, 880
100 Passo delle Fòrbici
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Location: Monte Sumbra (1764 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Italy      Date: 27-03-2016
For me this 360° is full of memories, more than any other, since here I have cycled nearly all the main visible passes (up to the 11 times of Passo Radici) and climbed all the major visible summits (from the single time of Pisanino, Cusna and Cimone up to the 8 times of Pania della Croce).
I hope that it will be instructive also for the average Betrachter, since if shows a great deal of the Alpi Apuane: mountains which are wonderful in any season, but in winter become more than that.
This time the changing weather and the clouds that were quickly gathering over the mare Tirreno and the Versilia did not give me the chance to spot Corsica with its big summits Cinto and Padru, or even the Maritime Alps, as had happened several other times.

22 HF, Canon G1X, 64 mm equiv, f/5.6, 1/1000 sec
Larger: goo.gl/GBQoPZ
GPS track: www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=13097276

Comments

Bellissima. Prima o poi mi organizzerò per visitare le Apuane come si deve.
2016/03/31 20:29 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Intanto, se vuoi familiarizzare quanto meno con i nomi, che vi sono interessantissimi, puoi leggerti questa mia antica fantasticheria toponomastica: forum.thetop.it/viewtopic.php?t=3508
2016/03/31 21:00 , Pedrotti Alberto
Luckily the top of the cross is not going straight up in the air, otherwise it would not have fit in the pano ;-)
2016/03/31 21:26 , Jens Vischer
Extremely instructive. A guidebook of the Apuane is already in my bookshelf for two years, but that time the opportunities changed. Looking a this pano, they have to come back. Cheers, Martin
2016/03/31 21:54 , Martin Kraus
Jens: there is a bit of cheating in tnat cross. Namely, seeing that it showed a remarkable tilt backwards in direction Pania, I figured out already on the spot to amplify that height-reducing effect via Photoshop warping, in order to spare as many of the precious 500 pixels as possible.
This solution allowed me to remain at the unique standpoint which saved both the Fatonero wood (which is the house of the Apuane dwarfs) and the village Vagli di Sotto.
The Sumbra is farily wider than the average Apuan summit. Many years ago I slept comfortably on the top in a summer full-moon night.

Martin: you can ask whatever question you want about these mountains!
Cheers,
Alberto.
2016/04/01 10:44 , Pedrotti Alberto
Now reloaded with the cross virtually untouched.
2016/04/01 22:35 , Pedrotti Alberto
Really good and interesting. I also want to be there once.
2016/04/02 21:31 , Jörg Braukmann
Schöne Kombination aus Nah-,Tief-und Fernblick. Durch schneebedeckte und braune Berge sehr abwechslungsreich.
2016/04/04 08:41 , Friedemann Dittrich
Begeisterung!
2016/04/05 21:21 , Christoph Seger

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