Pizzo Camino (Pis Camì) is a mountain in the Bergamo Prealps, with a height of 2,492 metres (8,176 ft). It belongs to the massif dividing the upper Val di Scleve from the upper Val Camonica, together with the Concarena and the Cimone della Bagozza. It is on the boundaries between the provinces of Brescia and Bergamo. The summit is composed from limestone rocks, formed in the middle Triassic period from the former Tethys Ocean. The lower sides have instead a more sandstone-marl composition.