Presanella is the highest mountain of the Adamello-Presanella range in the Italian Alps. The first ascent was made by the British Douglas William Freshfield on 25th August 1864. Since the identity of his companions remains under dispute Freshfield is often named as the sole first climber of the mountain.



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Elevation: 3558 m
Country and region: Italy, Trentino
Mountain range: Southern Limestone Alps
Prominence: 1676 m
Orometric dominance: 47
Coordinates: 46.219965, 10.663820

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