Monte Pelmo is a significant mountain of the Dolomites, in the province of Belluno, Northeastern Italy. The mountain resembles a giant block which stands isolated from other peaks, so can be seen clearly from the neighbouring valleys and from nearby mountains such as Antelao and Monte Civetta. Monte Pelmo was one of the first major Dolomite peaks to be climbed, by Englishman John Ball, who later became president of the Alpine Club (UK), in 1857. West of the summit lies a secondary peak, Pelmetto (meaning "Little Pelmo" in Italian), at 2,990m high, which has a 1,100m high north face.
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