The Penser Weißhorn (Italian: Corno Bianco; (also known as the Sarner Weißhorn)) is a mountain of the Sarntal Alps in South Tyrol, Italy. Located near the Penser Joch, its summit appears almost inaccessible due to its seemingly vertical pyramidal shape, although it is a popular location for hikers, and can be climbed by the sure footed in around two hours as a mini via ferrata has been established on its south face. The view from the summit takes in the whole of the Sarntal Alps.
There's a demading hiking trail (T3) called 9 - 12A leading to the summit. Sarner Weißhorn is one of the 2 peaks along the 12A - Obertal => Sarner Weißhorn => Penser Joch.
By elevation Sarner Weißhorn is
# 7 out of 225 in the Sarntal Alps
By prominence Sarner Weißhorn is
# 93 out of 3872 in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol # 51 out of 2178 in South Tyrol # 22 out of 1937 in the Eastern Rhaetian Alps # 3 out of 225 in the Sarntal Alps
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