Langkofel

Langkofel (Saslonch, Sassolungo)

Langkofel is the tallest peak of the Langkofel group of Italy’s Dolomites, which is known for its tall, vertical shapes. The name “Langkofel” translates to mean “long peak” or “long rock.”

Country: Italy

Langkofel stands over the Ladin community of Val Gardena as the pinnacle of the Langkofel group of the Dolomites in the province of Bolzano in South Tyrol, Italy.

Mountain Range: Langkofel group, Dolomites

Height: 10,436 feet / 3,181 meters

First Ascent: 1869

Fun Fact: Langkofel is the highest peak in the Langkofel mountain group.

Photos

Langkofel Group at Seiser Alm, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy.
Beautiful autumn view on Sassolungo (Langkofel) with yellow larches on foreground.
Unbelievable sunrise on Alpe di Siusi mountain plateau with beautiful yellow larch trees and Langkofel (Sassolungo) mountain on background. Autumn evening in Dolomite Alps, Ortisei locattion, Italy. | Andrew Mayovskyy
Mountain meadow and wood house Alpe di Siusi or Seiser Alm in the Langkofel mountain range with Province of Bolzano, South Tyrol in Dolomites in Italy, Europe | Barat Roland
Sasso Lungo mountains group (Lang Kofel) in the italian Dolomites. Sassolungo or Langkofel is the highest mountain of the Langkofel Group in the Dolomites in Italy. | Mau47
Breathtaking views of the Mountain peaks of Langkofel or Saslonch, mountain range in the dolomites covered with fog during sunrise in South Tyrol, Italy | Michalakis Ppalis
Mount Langkofel with flowers | rbuchber

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