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From left to right the Dom, Täschhorn, and Alphubel
|Elevation||4,545 m (14,911 ft)|
The Mischabelhörner, or just Mischabel, is a massif in the Pennine Alps of Valais, Switzerland, which forms the divide between the Saastal and Mattertal. Of all its summits, the highest is the Dom; at 4545 m the highest peak completely inside Switzerland. The other two chief summits are the Täschhorn (4491 m), and Südlenz or Lenzspitze (4294 m).
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