|Elevation||2,794 m (9,167 ft)|
|Prominence||533 m (1,749 ft) |
|Parent range||Glarus Alps|
The Kärpf (or Chärpf) is a mountain in the Glarus Alps, at an elevation of 2,794 m (9,167 ft). The Kärpf is the highest point of the massif lying north of Richetli Pass (2,261 m or 7,418 ft). This range separates the two main valleys of Glarus: the main Linth valley with the village of Linthal on the west and the Sernftal with the village of Elm on the east.
On the north side of the Kärpf is located a small valley, which is occupied by a lake, the Garichtisee.
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