Piz Zupò seen from Piz Argient
|Elevation||3,996 m (13,110 ft)|
|Prominence||405 m (1,329 ft)|
|Parent peak||Piz Bernina|
|Listing||Alpine mountains above 3000 m|
|First ascent||9 July 1863 by L. Enderlin and Serardi, with Badrutt|
|Easiest route||SW ridge (F)|
Piz Zupò (3,996 m) is a mountain in the Bernina Range of the Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It lies between the valleys of Morteratsch (Graubünden) and Malenco (Lombardy). Piz Zupò is the second highest peak in the range after Piz Bernina.
The first ascent of the mountain was made by L. Enderlin and Serardi, with Badrutt (a chamois hunter) on 9 July 1863.
- Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Fuorcla Crast'Agüzza (3,591 m).
- Collomb, Robin, Bernina Alps, Goring: West Col Productions, 1988
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