Aroser Rothorn

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Aroser Rothorn
Rothorn nordwesten.jpg
Aroser Rothorn from the northwest
Elevation 2,980 m (9,780 ft)
Prominence 1,349 m (4,426 ft)[1]
Isolation 13.5 km (8.4 mi)[2]
Location
Aroser Rothorn is located in Switzerland
Aroser Rothorn
Aroser Rothorn
Location in Switzerland
Location Graubünden, Switzerland
Range Plessur Alps
Coordinates 46°44′16.4″N 09°36′50.3″E / 46.737889°N 9.613972°E / 46.737889; 9.613972Coordinates: 46°44′16.4″N 09°36′50.3″E / 46.737889°N 9.613972°E / 46.737889; 9.613972

The Aroser Rothorn is the highest mountain of the Plessur Alps. It is located between Arosa and Lenzerheide in the canton of Graubünden and with a summit elevation of 2,980 metres above sea level. The summit lies near the Parpaner Rothorn, which is served by a cable car.

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  1. ^ Swisstopo map. The key col is the Wolfgang Pass (1,631 m).
  2. ^ Retrieved from Google Earth. The nearest point of higher elevation is north of Piz Mitgel.

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