Gross Seehorn

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Gross Seehorn
Cinedoku Vorarlberg Film Plattenspitze Litzner Seehorn.jpg
Gross Seehorn with the tower of the Gross Litzner behind it seen from the West from the summit of the Westlichen Plattenspitze
Highest point
Elevation3,122 m (10,243 ft)
Prominence434 m (1,424 ft) [1]
Isolation4.6 kilometres (2.9 mi)
Parent peakPiz Linard
Coordinates46°53′17.5″N 10°01′55.7″E / 46.888194°N 10.032139°E / 46.888194; 10.032139Coordinates: 46°53′17.5″N 10°01′55.7″E / 46.888194°N 10.032139°E / 46.888194; 10.032139
Geography
Gross Seehorn is located in Alps
Gross Seehorn
Gross Seehorn
Location in the Alps
LocationVorarlberg, Austria
Graubünden, Switzerland
Parent rangeSilvretta Alps

The Gross Seehorn (also spelled Großes Seehorn in German) is a mountain of the Silvretta Alps, located on the border between Austria and Switzerland.

The Gross Seehorn is the westernmost mountain rising above 3,000 metres in Austria.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Rote Furka (2,688 m).

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