| Ligurian Alps|
Province of Cuneo
| 1,708 m|
Alps, Ligurian Alps
| Liguria / Piedmont, Italy|
Monte Armetta, Monte Dubasso, Monte Carmo di Loano, Bric Agnellino, Monte Settepani
Monte Galero is a mountain in Liguria, northern Italy, part of the Alps. It is located in the provinces of Savona and Cuneo. It lies at an altitude of 1708 metres and, after Monte Armetta, is the second highest summit of the Ligurian Prealps.
Monte Galero Wikipedia
According to the SOIUSA (International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps) the mountain can be classified in the following way:main part = Western Alps
major sector = South Western Alps
section = Ligurian Alps
subsection = Prealpi Liguri
supergroup = Catena Settepani-Carmo-Armetta
group = Gruppo Galero-Armetta
subgroup = Costiera Galero-Armetta
code = I/A-1.I-A.3.a
The mountain is accessible by off-road mountain paths and is crossed by the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, a long-distance trail from Ventimiglia (province of Imperia) to Bolano (province of La Spezia).
The mountain and its surrounding area are part of a SIC (Site of Community Importance) called Monte Galero (code: IT1323920).