The Bishorn (4,153 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, just north of the Weisshorn.
The mountain has two distinct summits, separated by a 600-metre easy-angled snow ridge.
- The west and higher summit (4,153 m), first ascent by G. S. Barnes and R. Chessyre-Walker with guides Joseph Imboden and J. M. Chanton on 18 August 1884.
- The east summit (Pointe Burnaby, 4,134 m), first ascent by Elizabeth Burnaby with guides Joseph Imboden and Peter Sarbach on 6 May 1884.
Huts serving the peak are the Cabane de Tracuit (3,256 m) and the Turtmann hut (2,519 m).
The Bishorn (left, background) and the Turtmann Glacier (right)
- Dumler, Helmut and Willi P. Burkhardt, The High Mountains of the Alps, London: Diadem, 1994