Pennine Alps

2017-07-29T19:52:34+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Monte Rosa, Lyskamm, Dom (mountain), Grand Combin, Weisshorn, Dent Blanche, Zinalrothorn, Alphubel, Nordend, Zumsteinspitze, Signalkuppe, Parrotspitze, Täschhorn, Lenzspitze, Castor (mountain), Rimpfischhorn, Dent d'Hérens, Bishorn, Pollux (mountain), Ober Gabelhorn, Weissmies, Breithorn, Lagginhorn, Matterhorn, Dufourspitze, Dunantspitze, Monte Barone, Breithornzwillinge, Combin de Valsorey, Pointe Burnaby, Adlerhorn, Monte Tagliaferro, Le Pleureur, Western Lyskamm, Nadelhorn, Stecknadelhorn, Hohberghorn, Strahlhorn, Dürrenhorn, Allalinhorn, Grand Gendarme, Pigne d'Arolla, L'Epaule, Colma di Mombarone, Pic Tyndall, Combin de la Tsessette, Aiguille du Croissant, Monte Bo, Roccia Nera, Eastern Breithorn, Central Breithorn, Gendarm (Breithorn), Alpi Cusiane, Bocchetta del Croso, Picco Muzio, Mottarone, Monte Cresto, Punta Tre Vescovi, Entdeckungsfels, Testa Grigia (Aosta Valley), Biellese Alps, Grenzgipfel, Besso (mountain), Monte Mars, Bocchetto Sessera, Corno Bianco, Mont Blanc de Cheilon, Mont Collon, Fletschhorn, Grand Cornier flashcards Pennine Alps
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  • Monte Rosa
    The Monte Rosa (or synonymously used as a pleonasm: Monte Rosa massif (Italian: massiccio del Monte Rosa; German: Monte Rosa-Massiv; French: massif du Mont Rose) is a mountain massif located in the eastern part of the Pennine Alps. It is located between Switzerland (Valais) and Italy (Piedmont and Aosta Valley). Monte Rosa is the second highest mountain in the Alps and western Europe.(See also: History of ascents)
  • Lyskamm
    Lyskamm (German: Liskamm, formerly Lyskamm, literally "comb of the Lys"), also known as Silberbast (literally "silver bast"), is a mountain (4,527 m (14,852 ft)) in the Pennine Alps lying on the border between Switzerland and Italy.
  • Dom (mountain)
    The Dom is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, located between Randa and Saas-Fee in the canton of Valais.
  • Grand Combin
    The Grand Combin is a mountain in the western Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Weisshorn
    (See also: Weisshorn (disambiguation)) The Weisshorn (German, lit. white peak/mountain) is a major peak of the Alps and Switzerland, culminating at 4,506 metres (14,783 feet) above sea level.
  • Dent Blanche
    The Dent Blanche is a mountain in the Pennine Alps, lying in the canton of Valais in Switzerland.
  • Zinalrothorn
    The Zinalrothorn (4,221 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Alphubel
    The Alphubel (4,206 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located between the valleys of Zermatt and Saas in the canton of Valais.
  • Nordend
    Nordend (meaning north end in German) is a northern peak of the Monte Rosa Massif.
  • Zumsteinspitze
    The Zumsteinspitze (Punta Zumstein in Italian) (4,563 m) is a peak in the Pennine Alps on the border between Italy and Switzerland.
  • Signalkuppe
    The Signalkuppe (in German, pronounced seen-yall-koo-pay) also known as Punta Gnifetti (in Italian) (4,554 m) is a peak in the Pennine Alps on the border between Italy and Switzerland.
  • Parrotspitze
    The Parrotspitze (in Italian, the Punta Parrot) (4,432 m) is a peak in the Pennine Alps of Italy and Switzerland.
  • Täschhorn
    The Täschhorn (4,491 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, lying south of the Dom within the Mischabel range.
  • Lenzspitze
    The Lenzspitze is a 4,294-metre (14,088 ft) mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Castor (mountain)
    Castor (Italian: Castore) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps on the border between Valais, Switzerland and the Aosta Valley in Italy.
  • Rimpfischhorn
    The Rimpfischhorn (4,199 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps of Switzerland.
  • Dent d'Hérens
    The Dent d'Hérens (4,174 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps, lying on the border between Italy and Switzerland.
  • Bishorn
    The Bishorn (4,153 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, just north of the Weisshorn.
  • Pollux (mountain)
    Pollux (Italian: Polluce) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps on the border between Valais, Switzerland and the Aosta Valley in Italy.
  • Ober Gabelhorn
    The Ober Gabelhorn (4063 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, located between Zermatt and Zinal.
  • Weissmies
    The Weissmies 4,017 m (13,179 ft) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in the canton of Valais in Switzerland near the village of Saas-Fee.
  • Breithorn
    The Breithorn (German for "broad horn"; 4,164 m) is a mountain range of the Pennine Alps with its highest peak of the same name (but also called Breithorn (Western Summit)), located on the border between Switzerland and Italy.
  • Lagginhorn
    The Lagginhorn (4,010 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Matterhorn
    The Matterhorn (German: Matterhorn, [ˈmatərˌhɔrn]; Italian: Monte Cervino, [ˈmonte tʃerˈviːno]; French: Mont Cervin, [mɔ̃ sɛʁvɛ̃]), is a mountain of the Alps, straddling the main watershed and border between Switzerland and Italy.
  • Dufourspitze
    The Dufourspitze is the highest peak of Monte Rosa, a huge ice-covered mountain massif in the Alps.
  • Dunantspitze
    The Dunantspitze (German for "Peak Dunant", 4,632 m), formerly called Ostspitze ("Eastern Peak"), is a peak of the Monte Rosa Massif in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Monte Barone
    Monte Barone is a mountain of the Alpi Biellesi, a sub-range of the Pennine Alps.
  • Breithornzwillinge
    The Breithorn Twins (German: Breithornzwillinge) are twin peaks of the Breithorn range of the Pennine Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, between the canton of Valais and the region of Aosta Valley.
  • Combin de Valsorey
    The Combin de Valsorey is the second highest summit in the Grand Combin massif.
  • Pointe Burnaby
    The Pointe Burnaby is a minor summit north-east of Bishorn.
  • Adlerhorn
    The Adlerhorn is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located east of Zermatt in the canton of Valais.
  • Monte Tagliaferro
    Monte Tagliaferro is a mountain of the Pennine Alps.
  • Le Pleureur
    Le Pleureur (3,704 m) is a mountain of the Pennine Alps.
  • Western Lyskamm
    The Western Liskamm is a minor summit of the Liskamm.
  • Nadelhorn
    The Nadelhorn (4,327 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Stecknadelhorn
    The Stecknadelhorn (4,241 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Hohberghorn
    The Hohberghorn (4,219 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Strahlhorn
    The Strahlhorn (4,190 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located south of Saas-Fee and east of Zermatt in the canton of Valais.
  • Dürrenhorn
    The Dürrenhorn (4,035 m) (also Dirruhorn) is a summit in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Allalinhorn
    The Allalinhorn (4,027 m (13,212 ft)) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • Grand Gendarme
    The Grand Gendarme is a minor summit on the Weisshorn north ridge in the Pennine Alps.
  • Pigne d'Arolla
    Pigne d'Arolla (3,796 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.
  • L'Epaule
    L'Epaule is a minor summit north of the Zinalrothorn.
  • Colma di Mombarone
    Colma di Mombarone (or simply Mombarone) is a mountain of the Biellese Alps, a sub-range of Pennine Alps, in northern Italy.
  • Pic Tyndall
    Pic Tyndall (from French: lit, Tyndall Peak) is a minor summit below the Matterhorn (western shoulder) in the Pennine Alps, on the boundary between Aosta Valley (northern Italy) and Switzerland.
  • Combin de la Tsessette
    The Combin de la Tsessette is the third highest summit in the Grand Combin massif.
  • Aiguille du Croissant
    The Aiguille du Croissant is a minor summit in the Grand Combin massif in the Pennine Alps.
  • Monte Bo
    Monte Bo (or Cima di Bo) is a mountain in the Alpi Biellesi, a sub-range of Pennine Alps.
  • Roccia Nera
    The Roccia Nera (Italian for Black Rock, French: Rocher noir, German: Schwarzfluh) (meaning in all languages: "Black Rock") is a peak of the Breithorn range in the Pennine Alps, on the boundary between the Aosta Valley (northern Italy) and canton of Valais (southern Switzerland).
  • Eastern Breithorn
    The Eastern Breithorn (German: Breithorn (Ostgipfel), Italian: Breithorn Orientale) but also referred as the western Breithorn Twin (German: westlicher Breithornzwilling), is a peak of the Pennine Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, between the canton of Valais and the region of Aosta Valley.
  • Central Breithorn
    The Central Breithorn (German: Breithorn (Mittelgipfel), Italian: Breithorn Centrale) is a peak of the Breithorn range in the Pennine Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, between the canton of Valais and the region of Aosta Valley.
  • Gendarm (Breithorn)
    The Gendarm (German and French (gendarme) for police officer, Italian: Quota), but also known as eastern Breithorn Twin (German: östlicher Breithornzwilling) is a peak of the Pennine Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, between the canton of Valais and the region of Aosta Valley.
  • Alpi Cusiane
    The Alpi Cusiane (or Prealpi Cusiane) are a sub-range of the Pennine Alps located in Piemonte (Italy).
  • Bocchetta del Croso
    Bocchetta del Croso is a pedestrian pass (el. 1,943 m) across the Alpi Biellesi.
  • Picco Muzio
    Picco Muzio (French: Pic Muzio) is a minor summit below the Matterhorn on the Furggen rigde.
  • Mottarone
    Mottarone is a mountain in the Western Alps of north-western Italy, with an elevation of 1,492 m.
  • Monte Cresto
    Monte Cresto, at 2,548 m, is the third highest peak of the Province of Biella (Piedmont, NW Italy) after Monte Mars (2,600 m) and Monte Bo (2,556 m).
  • Punta Tre Vescovi
    Punta Tre Vescovi (also Cima Tre Vescovi) is a peak in the Biellese Prealps, northern Italy.
  • Entdeckungsfels
    The Entdeckungsfels (Italian: Roccia della Scoperta, French: Rocher de la découverte) is a minor summit located west of the Lysjoch very close to the Italian border, between Liskamm and Ludwigshöhe.
  • Testa Grigia (Aosta Valley)
    Testa Grigia (3,315m) is a mountain on the Italian side of the Monte Rosa Massif in the Pennine Alps.
  • Biellese Alps
    The Biellese Alps (Alpi Biellesi or Prealpi Biellesi in Italian) are a sub-range of the Pennine Alps located between Piemonte and Aosta Valley (Italy).
  • Grenzgipfel
    The Grenzgipfel (4,618 m) (German for Border Summit) is a peak of Monte Rosa Massif (Pennine Alps), located on the border between Italy and Switzerland.
  • Besso (mountain)
    Besso (3667 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in the Swiss canton of Valais.
  • Monte Mars
    Monte Mars or Mont Mars ((French)), at 2,600 m, is the highest peak of the Alpi Biellesi, north-western Italy.
  • Bocchetto Sessera
    Bocchetto Sessera or Bocchetto di Sessera is a mountain pass (el. 1,373 m) across the Alpi Biellesi.
  • Corno Bianco
    Corno Bianco (Weisshorn in German) is a mountain of the Pennine Alps.
  • Mont Blanc de Cheilon
    Mont Blanc de Cheilon (also spelled Mont Blanc de Seilon) is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, located in the Swiss canton of Valais.
  • Mont Collon
    Mont Collon (3,637 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps in the canton of Valais.
  • Fletschhorn
    The Fletschhorn (3,985 m) is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, located between the Saas Valley and the Simplon Valley, in the canton of Valais.
  • Grand Cornier
    The Grand Cornier is a 3,962 m (12,999 ft) mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland.