|height||1641 m slm|
|location||Liguria , Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna , Italy|
|Coordinates||44 ° 36 '54 " N , 9 ° 11' 56" E|
The Monte Carmo is a 1641 meter high mountain in the Ligurian Apennines . It is located at the meeting point of three Italian regions: Liguria , Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna . The mountain belongs to the mountain group of Monte Antola and lies between the Val Borbera , Val Trebbia , Val Boreca and the Valle Terenzone .
The easiest way to reach the summit is via a hiking trail that leads from the settlement of Capanne di Carrega , which belongs to Carrega Ligure , to the summit cross of Monte Carmo.
The nearby peaks of Monte Antola and Monte Alfeo can be seen from the summit . To the east you have a view of Monte Penna , Monte Tomarlo and Monte Maggiorasca .
The Lombardy Salt Road
The Monte Carmo was a stage of the Lombard Salt Road . This led from Pavia through the Valle Staffora to Monte Bogleglio and from there over the ridge between Val Boreca and Val Borbera to Monte Antola. The road finally reached the Ligurian port city of Genoa via Torriglia .