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Leistchamm aus Linthebene von Westen.jpg
View from the west side
Highest point
Elevation2,101 m (6,893 ft)
Prominence149 m (489 ft) [1]
Isolation1.1 kilometres (0.68 mi)
Parent peakHinterrugg
Coordinates47°08′45.5″N 9°12′48″E / 47.145972°N 9.21333°E / 47.145972; 9.21333Coordinates: 47°08′45.5″N 9°12′48″E / 47.145972°N 9.21333°E / 47.145972; 9.21333
Leistchamm is located in Switzerland
Location in Switzerland
LocationSt. Gallen, Switzerland
Parent rangeAppenzell Alps

The Leistchamm (2,101 m) is a mountain of the Appenzell Alps, located east of Amden in the canton of St. Gallen. It lies at the western end of the range overlooking the Walensee, named Churfirsten.

View from the summit


  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located east of the Glattchamm at 1,952 metres.

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