The Hohe Warte (ital. Monte Coglians) is on the border between Carinthia and Friuli-Venezia Giulia in Italy. It is the highest elevation in the Carnic Alps. Together with the neighbour peaks Kellerspitzen, Kellerwarte, Seewarte and Kollinkofel it forms an impressive massif. The best way to get to the summit is from the Italian side via the Rifugio Marinelli.



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Country and region: Austria, Italy / Carinthia / Udine
Mountain range: Carnic and Gailtal Alps
Prominence: 1144 m
Orometric dominance: 41
Coordinates: 46.606944, 12.888056

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