This page contains a sortable table listing mountains of Italy that have a topographic prominence of at least 300 m. All mountain heights and prominences on the list are from the largest-scale maps available. In the list, only the exact location of the culminating point of the mountain is considered. Monte Rosa, the second-highest massif in Italy after Mont Blanc, is notably excluded.
List of mountains of Italy Wikipedia
Highest peaks per range in the region.