The Monte Collaspro with its 3,273 m a.s.l. is the third-highest peak of the mighty Vedrette di Ries Mountain Group.
Next to the mighty Collalto mountain (Hochgall in German) the not less impressive Collaspro (Wildgall in German) is located. With 3,273 m it is the third-highest mountain in the Vedrette di Ries Mountain Group and one of about 30 gigantic mountains in this group, which exceed the three-thousand metres mark.
The Collaspro is clearly visible from Riva di Tures as well as from the Valle di Anterselva valley – from Lake Anterselva and the Passo Stalle Panoramic Road – and dominates the scenery.
The pyramidal mountain with its crests is regarded as the most difficult peak of the entire Vedrette di Ries Mountain Group. It was climbed for the first time in 1872, today it can be scaled from Riva di Tures via the Kasseler Hütte mountain hut in approx. 4 hours.