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Gross Gruenhorn

Facts About Gross Gruenhorn. Gross Gruenhorn is a mountain originally spelled as "Gross Grünhorn". Standing at 4044m above sea level. It is practically the heart of the Bernese Alps based on its location. Due to its location, its official spot is Valais, Switzerland. This is also due to its proximity to the Bernese Trilogy of Jungfrau, Monch and Eiger. How to get to the peak of Gross Gruenhorn? If coming from the Zurich Airport, drive to Interlaken. Catch a train at Interlaken. Hop off to the Jungfraujoch to start with the trail. Tread the path at the Konkordiaplatz. Turn to the east and walk past the Ewigschneefald. You then reach the steep stairs at the Grueneggenhorn. Pass this route to...

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Gross Fiescherhorn

Facts About Gross Fiescherhorn. Gross Fiescherhorn is a peak found in the Bernese Alps standing at 4049m above sea level. Located at Berne in Valais, Switzerland. It is surround by glaciers names Ewischneefeld, Walliser Fischerfirn and Obers Ischmeer. Some hikers discovered this peak after reaching the summit of the Finsteraarhorn. Others have heard of it from fellow hikers staying at the Finsteraarhorn hut for the stopover. How to get to the peak of Gross Fiescherhorn? You can drive starting from Jungfraujoch. Other hikers are familiar with this spot when they took the train to the Jungfrau route. If driving, take the route from Sphinxstollen to Jungfraufirn. Get to the driving sequence of Konkordiaplatz-Grunefirn-Grunhornlucke. Go downwards to the Fiescher glacier. Cross...

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Piz Bernina

Facts About Piz Bernina. Piz Bernina is a mountain that stands at 4049m above sea level. Located at Engadin, Switzerland. This is one peak among the Bernina Group found at the easternmost side of the Alps. Piz in local Swiss dialect means massif. Ridges are seen from the peak as divided into 4 sides. It also separates 2 long glaciers namely Vadret Morteratsch and Vadret Roset. Despite its location, it is occasionally identified with other peaks in the Bernese Alps like Aletschhorn. How to get to the peak of Piz Bernina? You can walk the marked route starting at Rifugio Marinelli-Bombardieri. You will find the hut used as a stopover before the main climb by starting here. This is at...

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