The Grappa massif is situated in the Venetian Pre-alps mountain range, between the Venetian plain to the south and the central-Alpine areas to the North. To the west, it is parted from the Asiago upland by the Brenta river, whereas to the east it is parted from the Cesen-Visentin massif by the Piave river. To the north are the Corlo lake and the Feltre wide valley. In the past, the massif was called Alpe Madre (Mother Alp), and is still divided into three provinces: Vicenza to the west, Treviso to the south and Belluno to the north-east. It is 1775 metres high, but his area is characterized by many other peaks such as Col Moschin, Colle della Berretta, Monte Asolone, Monte Pertica, Prassolan, Monti Solaroli, Fontana Secca, Monte Peurna, Monte Santo, Monte Tomatico, Meatte, Monte Pallon and Monte Tomba.
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