Monte Disgrazia (3,678 m) is a mountain in the Bregaglia range in the Italian Alps. It is the highest peak in the Val Masino group, situated south of the Bernina Range.
It has five glaciers and five wild ridges and is a demanding climb.
The first ascent was by Leslie Stephen, E. S. Kennedy and Thomas Cox with guide Melchior Anderegg on 23 August 1862. Their route over the Preda Rossa glacier and the northwest ridge is the easiest one and has remained the normal climbing route.
There's a difficult alpine trail (T6) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Bivacco Rauzi located 42m/139ft ESE of the summit.
By elevation Monte Disgrazia is
# 20 out of 2797 in the Western Rhaetian Alps # 23 out of 3401 in Lombardy # 23 out of 973 in Sondrio # 1 out of 246 in the Val Bregaglia
By prominence Monte Disgrazia is
# 6 out of 2797 in the Western Rhaetian Alps # 78 out of 42694 in Italy # 9 out of 3401 in Lombardy # 5 out of 973 in Sondrio # 1 out of 246 in the Val Bregaglia
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