Corna Trentapassi

Corna Trentapassi is a mountain of the Brescia Pre-Alps in Italy. It is 1248m high, located on the eastern shore of Lake Iseo. It marks the beginning of Val Camonica. It is made up of limestone rocks which give it a harsh and steep aspect. Vegetation cover is scarce, especially on the barren southern slope.

Due to its position, isolated from the surrounding pre-alpine mountains and jutting out into the lake, the summit of the mountain is considered an excellent vantage point, despite its low altitude.

The Brescian name for Trentapassi is Trè Tapàs which means “three spikes”, a term that describes the appearance of the mountain.

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