| 2,434 m (7,986 ft)|
| South Tyrol|
| South Tyrol and Trentino, Italy|
The Nonsberg Group (German: Nonsberggruppe, Italian: Alpi della Val di Non) is a mountain range in South Tyrol and Trentino in Italy and part of the Southern Limestone Alps. A large part of the Nonsberg Group is formed by the Mendelkamm. Their highest peak is the Laugenspitze (2,434 m s.l.m.). The Nonsberg Group is bounded in the east by the Etschtal, to the north by the Prissian High Forest (Ger: Prissianer Hochwald, It: Selva di Prissiano) on the Gampen Pass (It: Passo delle Palade) and in the west by the Non Valley (Ger: Nonstal, It: Val di Non).
Nonsberg Group Wikipedia
The boundary of the range according to the Alpine Club Classification of the Eastern Alps (AVE):
Merano – Etschtal to Mezzocorona − Noce Valley (lower Non Valley/Val di Sole) – Lago di Santa Giustina – Val di Pescara – Proveis − Lederbuch – Hofmahd – Maraunbach to its confluence with the Valschauer Bach – Ultental – Lana – Merano
Until its reclassification in AVE 1984 this group was counted as part of the Brenta Group according to the old 1924 Moriggl Classification (ME).
From north to south:Laugenspitze (Monte Lucco, 2,434 m s.l.m.)
Hofbichl (Monte Salomp, 1,818 m s.l.m.)
Gantkofel (Monte Macaion, 1,866 m s.l.m.)
Penegal (1,737 m s.l.m.)
Roen (Monte Roen, 2,116 m s.l.m.)
Schönleiten (Coste Belle, 1,811 m s.l.m.)
Tresner Horn (Corno di Tres, 1,817 m s.l.m.)
Monticello (1,857 m s.l.m.)