| 2,459 m|
| Province of Belluno|
| Peralba, Creta Forata, Monte Fleons, Coglians, Monte Zermula|Monte Chiadenis Wikipedia
Monte Chiadenis (Friulian: Cjadenis) is a peak in the Carnic Alps, northern Italy, located between the comuni of Sappada and Forni Avoltri. It has an altitude of 2,459 m (8,068 ft).
During World War I (1915–1917) it was the seat of fierce fightings between Italian alpini and Austrian Kaiserjäger.
In Friulian language cjadenis means "chains".