The Resegone Mountain

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Monte Resegone or Resegone di Lecco (also Monte Serrada) is a mountain in the Bergamo subrange of the Alps, in northern Italy. It has an elevation of 1,875 m and is located on the boarder of the provinces of Bergamo and Lecco.
It towers over the city of Lecco and the southern end of Lake Como. The mountain is so named because of its resemblance to a saw (in the local dialect resegare means “to saw”) as it has eleven summits of similar height. The highest of these summits, Punta Cermenati, reaches 1,875 m above sea level and towers 1500m above the valley below. The mountain is popular with both hikers and climbers with many maintained paths and Via ferratas as well as much opportunity for rock climbing on the south and west walls of the northern summits.
Most routes start from the villages of Morterone, Piani d’Erna and Erve and ascend the various canalones (canyons) that lie between the different summits. Just below the Punta Cermenati at 1860 meters sits the Luigi Azzoni mountain hut.
Italian author Alessandro Manzoni made Resegone (which he called Monte Serrada) the backdrop for some of the scenes in his novel The Betrothed (in Italian I Promessi sposi).

Monte Resegone

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