Brenta is a mountain range of the Southern Rhaetian Alps. It is located in the Italian province of Trentino, north of Lake Garda and is the only dolomitic group west of river Adige.
Italy 1972, Breta Group, seen from the east.
The Brenta massif is separated from the other dolomitic Groups further to the east by the wide Valle dell´Adige. The entire range is 40 km long and 12 km wide. The northern boundary are the Valle di Sole and Valle di Non; to the west the Val Meledrio, Val Campiglio and Val Rendena separate the Brenta range from the nearby Adamello-Presanella massif.
Brenta Dolomites, Crozzon di Brenta (3'135 m).
First Ascent of Crozzon di Brenta: 08.08.1884 Karl Schulz (German) and mountain guide Matteo Nicolussi, Molveno (Italian).
Brenta Mountain Group. Cima d'Ambiez, Cima Tosa, Crozzon di Brenta, Cima Brenta Alta and Campanile Basso.
Italy 1972, Brenta Dolomites seen from Fai della Paganella.
Italia 2001, Brenta Dolomites, Cima Tosa (3'173 m) seen from Madonna di Campiglio. (Madonna di Campiglio is a skiresort located at the northwestern foot of the Brenta Mountain Range)