Overlooking the Bocca dei Camosci and marching in the direction of the Rifugio Alberto and Maria ai Brentei you cross the Camosci mountain glacier, 0,12 km2 with north-west exposure.

The Camosci glacier lies on the highest mountain in the whole Park, the Cima Presanella (3558 m) and the ridge. The latter is on its northern boundary with the Torre Scarazon, Monte Gabbiolo, Cima Vermiglio, Cima d’Amola, Cima Vedretta Nera. Here are the main glaciers of the Park in the Presanella group. They too, like the Adamello ones, suffer from the irremediable consequences of global warming and are in progressive evolution and continuous downsizing.

New Italian Glacier Inventory (2015). 2011 Surveys

Type: Mountain (Pyrenean)
Shape: Deep Valley
Feeding: Direct + Avalanches

Inventory C.G.I .: 656

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