Hohtälli

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Hohtälli
Funivia Höhtalli.JPG
View from the summit
Highest point
Elevation 3,275 m (10,745 ft)
Prominence 50 m (160 ft) [1]
Parent peak Monte Rosa
Coordinates 45°59′20.5″N 7°48′9.6″E / 45.989028°N 7.802667°E / 45.989028; 7.802667Coordinates: 45°59′20.5″N 7°48′9.6″E / 45.989028°N 7.802667°E / 45.989028; 7.802667
Geography
Hohtälli is located in Switzerland
Hohtälli
Hohtälli
Location in Switzerland
Location Valais, Switzerland
Parent range Pennine Alps

The Hohtälli is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located southeast of Zermatt in the canton of Valais. It lies on the range that separates the Findel Glacier from the Gorner Glacier, between the Gornergrat and the Stockhorn. Its summit has an elevation of 3,275 metres and includes a cable car station. The Hohtälli is part of a ski area and features several ski runs leading down the mountain.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps and Google Earth. The key col is located east of the summit at 3,225 metres.

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