List of highest mountains of Switzerland

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This is a list of the highest mountains of Switzerland. This list only includes summits above 3,600 metres (11,811 ft) with a topographic prominence of at least 30 metres. For a list of mountains (major summits only) including lower summits, see List of mountains of Switzerland.

The Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme defines a summit in the Alps as independent, if the connecting ridge between it and a higher summit drops at least 30 m (a prominence/drop of 30 m, with the lowest point referred to as the "key col"). There are over 250 such summits exceeding 3,600 m in Switzerland,[1] located in the High Alps, in the cantons of Valais, Bern, Graubünden, Uri, and Glarus. All mountain heights and prominences on the list are from the largest-scale maps available.[2]

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Mountain Height[2] Drop[2] Coordinates Range Canton(s) First[3]
ascent
Dufourspitze
(Monte Rosa)
4,634 metres (15,203 ft) 2,165 metres (7,103 ft) 45°56′13″N 07°52′01″E / 45.93694°N 7.86694°E / 45.93694; 7.86694 Pennine Alps Valais 1855
Nordend 4,609 metres (15,121 ft) 94 metres (308 ft) 45°56′32″N 07°52′12″E / 45.94222°N 7.87000°E / 45.94222; 7.87000 Pennine Alps Valais 1861
Zumsteinspitze 4,563 metres (14,970 ft) 110 metres (361 ft) 45°55′55″N 07°52′17″E / 45.93194°N 7.87139°E / 45.93194; 7.87139 Pennine Alps Valais 1820
Signalkuppe 4,554 metres (14,941 ft) 102 metres (335 ft) 45°55′38″N 07°52′37″E / 45.92722°N 7.87694°E / 45.92722; 7.87694 Pennine Alps Valais 1842
Dom 4,545 metres (14,911 ft) 1,046 metres (3,432 ft) 46°05′38″N 07°51′32″E / 46.09389°N 7.85889°E / 46.09389; 7.85889 Pennine Alps Valais 1858
Liskamm 4,527 metres (14,852 ft) 376 metres (1,234 ft) 45°55′20″N 07°50′08″E / 45.92222°N 7.83556°E / 45.92222; 7.83556 Pennine Alps Valais 1861
Weisshorn 4,506 metres (14,783 ft) 1,235 metres (4,052 ft) 46°06′05″N 07°42′57″E / 46.10139°N 7.71583°E / 46.10139; 7.71583 Pennine Alps Valais 1861
Täschhorn 4,491 metres (14,734 ft) 210 metres (689 ft) 46°05′01″N 07°51′26″E / 46.08361°N 7.85722°E / 46.08361; 7.85722 Pennine Alps Valais 1862
Western Liskamm 4,479 metres (14,695 ft) 62 metres (203 ft) 45°55′39″N 07°49′19″E / 45.92750°N 7.82194°E / 45.92750; 7.82194 Pennine Alps Valais
Matterhorn 4,478 metres (14,692 ft) 1,042 metres (3,419 ft) 45°58′35″N 07°39′31″E / 45.97639°N 7.65861°E / 45.97639; 7.65861 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Parrotspitze 4,432 metres (14,541 ft) 136 metres (446 ft) 45°55′11″N 07°52′17″E / 45.91972°N 7.87139°E / 45.91972; 7.87139 Pennine Alps Valais 1863
Dent Blanche 4,357 metres (14,295 ft) 915 metres (3,002 ft) 46°02′03″N 07°36′43″E / 46.03417°N 7.61194°E / 46.03417; 7.61194 Pennine Alps Valais 1862
Ludwigshöhe 4,341 metres (14,242 ft) 58 metres (190 ft) 45°55′02″N 07°51′44″E / 45.91722°N 7.86222°E / 45.91722; 7.86222 Pennine Alps Valais
Grand Gendarme 4,331 metres (14,209 ft) 71 metres (233 ft) 46°06′26″N 07°42′43″E / 46.10722°N 7.71194°E / 46.10722; 7.71194 Pennine Alps Valais
Nadelhorn 4,327 metres (14,196 ft) 206 metres (676 ft) 46°06′32″N 07°51′51″E / 46.10889°N 7.86417°E / 46.10889; 7.86417 Pennine Alps Valais 1858
Grand Combin (de Grafeneire) 4,314 metres (14,154 ft) 1,517 metres (4,977 ft) 45°56′15″N 07°17′57″E / 45.93750°N 7.29917°E / 45.93750; 7.29917 Pennine Alps Valais 1859
Lenzspitze 4,294 metres (14,088 ft) 86 metres (282 ft) 46°06′17″N 07°52′06″E / 46.10472°N 7.86833°E / 46.10472; 7.86833 Pennine Alps Valais 1870
Finsteraarhorn 4,274 metres (14,022 ft) 2,280 metres (7,480 ft) 46°32′14″N 08°07′34″E / 46.53722°N 8.12611°E / 46.53722; 8.12611 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1829
Castor
(Zwillinge)
4,228 metres (13,871 ft) 165 metres (541 ft) 45°55′20″N 07°47′34″E / 45.92222°N 7.79278°E / 45.92222; 7.79278 Pennine Alps Valais 1861
Zinalrothorn 4,221 metres (13,848 ft) 490 metres (1,608 ft) 46°03′54″N 07°41′25″E / 46.06500°N 7.69028°E / 46.06500; 7.69028 Pennine Alps Valais 1864
Hohberghorn 4,219 metres (13,842 ft) 75 metres (246 ft) 46°06′46″N 07°51′14″E / 46.11278°N 7.85389°E / 46.11278; 7.85389 Pennine Alps Valais 1869
Alphubel 4,206 metres (13,799 ft) 359 metres (1,178 ft) 46°03′47″N 07°51′50″E / 46.06306°N 7.86389°E / 46.06306; 7.86389 Pennine Alps Valais 1860
Rimpfischhorn 4,199 metres (13,776 ft) 642 metres (2,106 ft) 46°01′24″N 07°53′03″E / 46.02333°N 7.88417°E / 46.02333; 7.88417 Pennine Alps Valais 1859
Aletschhorn 4,193 metres (13,757 ft) 1,029 metres (3,376 ft) 46°27′54″N 07°59′38″E / 46.46500°N 7.99389°E / 46.46500; 7.99389 Bernese Alps Valais 1859
Strahlhorn 4,190 metres (13,747 ft) 401 metres (1,316 ft) 46°00′48″N 07°54′06″E / 46.01333°N 7.90167°E / 46.01333; 7.90167 Pennine Alps Valais 1854
Combin de Valsorey 4,184 metres (13,727 ft) 57 metres (187 ft) 45°56′17″N 07°17′26″E / 45.93806°N 7.29056°E / 45.93806; 7.29056 Pennine Alps Valais
Dent d'Hérens 4,174 metres (13,694 ft) 701 metres (2,300 ft) 45°58′12″N 07°36′19″E / 45.97000°N 7.60528°E / 45.97000; 7.60528 Pennine Alps Valais 1863
Breithorn
(Western Summit)
4,164 metres (13,661 ft) 439 metres (1,440 ft) 45°56′28″N 07°44′56″E / 45.94111°N 7.74889°E / 45.94111; 7.74889 Pennine Alps Valais 1813
Central Breithorn 4,159 metres (13,645 ft) 83 metres (272 ft) 45°56′20″N 07°45′23″E / 45.93889°N 7.75639°E / 45.93889; 7.75639 Pennine Alps Valais
Jungfrau 4,158 metres (13,642 ft) 687 metres (2,254 ft) 46°32′12″N 07°57′45″E / 46.53667°N 7.96250°E / 46.53667; 7.96250 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1811
Bishorn 4,153 metres (13,625 ft) 120 metres (394 ft) 46°07′04″N 07°42′53″E / 46.11778°N 7.71472°E / 46.11778; 7.71472 Pennine Alps Valais 1884
western Breithorn Twin
(Eastern Breithorn)
4,139 metres (13,579 ft) 117 metres (384 ft) 45°56′14″N 07°46′02″E / 45.93722°N 7.76722°E / 45.93722; 7.76722 Pennine Alps Valais
Combin de la Tsessette 4,135 metres (13,566 ft) 52 metres (171 ft) 45°56′34″N 07°18′39″E / 45.94278°N 7.31083°E / 45.94278; 7.31083 Pennine Alps Valais
Mönch 4,107 metres (13,474 ft) 584 metres (1,916 ft) 46°33′30″N 07°59′50″E / 46.55833°N 7.99722°E / 46.55833; 7.99722 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1857
Gendarm
(eastern Breithorn Twin)
4,106 metres (13,471 ft) 40 metres (131 ft) 45°56′09″N 07°46′14″E / 45.93583°N 7.77056°E / 45.93583; 7.77056 Pennine Alps Valais
Pollux
(Zwillinge)
4,092 metres (13,425 ft) 247 metres (810 ft) 45°55′40″N 07°47′07″E / 45.92778°N 7.78528°E / 45.92778; 7.78528 Pennine Alps Valais 1864
Schreckhorn 4,078 metres (13,379 ft) 788 metres (2,585 ft) 46°35′24″N 08°07′05″E / 46.59000°N 8.11806°E / 46.59000; 8.11806 Bernese Alps Bern 1861
Roccia Nera
(Breithorn)
4,075 metres (13,369 ft) 30 metres (98 ft) 45°55′57″N 07°46′31″E / 45.93250°N 7.77528°E / 45.93250; 7.77528 Pennine Alps Valais
Ober Gabelhorn 4,063 metres (13,330 ft) 536 metres (1,759 ft) 46°02′19″N 07°40′05″E / 46.03861°N 7.66806°E / 46.03861; 7.66806 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Piz Bernina 4,049 metres (13,284 ft) 2,234 metres (7,329 ft) 46°22′56″N 09°54′29″E / 46.38222°N 9.90806°E / 46.38222; 9.90806 Bernina Range Grisons 1850
Gross Fiescherhorn 4,049 metres (13,284 ft) 398 metres (1,306 ft) 46°33′05″N 08°03′41″E / 46.55139°N 8.06139°E / 46.55139; 8.06139 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1862
Gross Grünhorn 4,044 metres (13,268 ft) 305 metres (1,001 ft) 46°31′55″N 08°04′40″E / 46.53194°N 8.07778°E / 46.53194; 8.07778 Bernese Alps Valais 1865
Lauteraarhorn 4,042 metres (13,261 ft) 128 metres (420 ft) 46°35′02″N 08°07′42″E / 46.58389°N 8.12833°E / 46.58389; 8.12833 Bernese Alps Bern 1842
Dürrenhorn 4,035 metres (13,238 ft) 123 metres (404 ft) 46°07′11″N 07°50′53″E / 46.11972°N 7.84806°E / 46.11972; 7.84806 Pennine Alps Valais 1879
Allalinhorn 4,027 metres (13,212 ft) 255 metres (837 ft) 46°02′46″N 07°53′41″E / 46.04611°N 7.89472°E / 46.04611; 7.89472 Pennine Alps Valais 1856
Hinter Fiescherhorn 4,025 metres (13,205 ft) 102 metres (335 ft) 46°32′47″N 08°04′04″E / 46.54639°N 8.06778°E / 46.54639; 8.06778 Pennine Alps Valais
Weissmies 4,017 metres (13,179 ft) 1,186 metres (3,891 ft) 46°07′40″N 08°00′44″E / 46.12778°N 8.01222°E / 46.12778; 8.01222 Pennine Alps Valais 1855
Lagginhorn 4,010 metres (13,156 ft) 511 metres (1,677 ft) 46°09′26″N 08°00′11″E / 46.15722°N 8.00306°E / 46.15722; 8.00306 Pennine Alps Valais 1856
Piz Zupò 3,996 metres (13,110 ft) 405 metres (1,329 ft) 46°22′06″N 09°55′53″E / 46.36833°N 9.93139°E / 46.36833; 9.93139 Bernina Range Grisons 1863
Adlerhorn 3,988 metres (13,084 ft) 58 metres (190 ft) 46°00′33″N 07°53′21″E / 46.00917°N 7.88917°E / 46.00917; 7.88917 Pennine Alps Valais
Fletschhorn 3,985 metres (13,074 ft) 297 metres (974 ft) 46°10′04″N 08°00′11″E / 46.16778°N 8.00306°E / 46.16778; 8.00306 Pennine Alps Valais 1854
Gletscherhorn 3,983 metres (13,068 ft) 346 metres (1,135 ft) 46°30′46″N 07°58′04″E / 46.51278°N 7.96778°E / 46.51278; 7.96778 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1867
Schalihorn 3,975 metres (13,041 ft) 225 metres (738 ft) 46°05′04″N 07°42′18″E / 46.08444°N 7.70500°E / 46.08444; 7.70500 Pennine Alps Valais
Rottalhorn 3,972 metres (13,031 ft) 87 metres (285 ft) 46°31′55″N 07°58′02″E / 46.53194°N 7.96722°E / 46.53194; 7.96722 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Piz Scerscen 3,971 metres (13,028 ft) 89 metres (292 ft) 46°22′42″N 09°54′02″E / 46.37833°N 9.90056°E / 46.37833; 9.90056 Bernina Range Grisons 1877
Eiger 3,967 metres (13,015 ft) 362 metres (1,188 ft) 46°34′39″N 08°00′19″E / 46.57750°N 8.00528°E / 46.57750; 8.00528 Bernese Alps Bern 1858
Jägerhorn 3,970 metres (13,025 ft) 58 metres (190 ft) 45°57′08″N 07°52′38″E / 45.95222°N 7.87722°E / 45.95222; 7.87722 Pennine Alps Valais
Pointe Sud de Moming 3,963 metres (13,002 ft) 70 metres (230 ft) 46°04′23″N 07°41′43″E / 46.07306°N 7.69528°E / 46.07306; 7.69528 Pennine Alps Valais
Grand Cornier 3,962 metres (12,999 ft) 431 metres (1,414 ft) 46°03′07″N 07°36′41″E / 46.05194°N 7.61139°E / 46.05194; 7.61139 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Ebnefluh 3,962 metres (12,999 ft) 196 metres (643 ft) 46°30′29″N 07°57′11″E / 46.50806°N 7.95306°E / 46.50806; 7.95306 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Agassizhorn 3,946 metres (12,946 ft) 197 metres (646 ft) 46°32′48″N 08°06′52″E / 46.54667°N 8.11444°E / 46.54667; 8.11444 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Piz Argient 3,945 metres (12,943 ft) 99 metres (325 ft) 46°21′57″N 09°55′31″E / 46.36583°N 9.92528°E / 46.36583; 9.92528 Bernina Range Grisons 1869
Piz Roseg 3,937 metres (12,917 ft) 415 metres (1,362 ft) 46°22′25″N 09°52′59″E / 46.37361°N 9.88306°E / 46.37361; 9.88306 Bernina Range Grisons 1865
Bietschhorn 3,934 metres (12,907 ft) 806 metres (2,644 ft) 46°23′30″N 07°51′03″E / 46.39167°N 7.85083°E / 46.39167; 7.85083 Bernese Alps Valais 1859
Trugberg 3,933 metres (12,904 ft) 306 metres (1,004 ft) 46°32′48″N 08°00′55″E / 46.54667°N 8.01528°E / 46.54667; 8.01528 Bernese Alps Valais 1871
Ulrichshorn 3,925 metres (12,877 ft) 75 metres (246 ft) 46°31′54″N 07°58′02″E / 46.53167°N 7.96722°E / 46.53167; 7.96722 Pennine Alps Valais
Bellavista 3,922 metres (12,867 ft) 82 metres (269 ft) 46°22′25″N 09°55′56″E / 46.37361°N 9.93222°E / 46.37361; 9.93222 Bernina Range Grisons 1868
Klein Grünhorn 3,913 metres (12,838 ft) 63 metres (207 ft) 46°32′12″N 08°04′26″E / 46.53667°N 8.07389°E / 46.53667; 8.07389 Bernese Alps Valais
Gross Wannenhorn 3,906 metres (12,815 ft) 626 metres (2,054 ft) 46°29′38″N 08°05′49″E / 46.49389°N 8.09694°E / 46.49389; 8.09694 Bernese Alps Valais 1864
Wellenkuppe 3,903 metres (12,805 ft) 76 metres (249 ft) 46°02′31″N 07°40′40″E / 46.04194°N 7.67778°E / 46.04194; 7.67778 Pennine Alps Valais
Aiguille d'Argentière 3,901 metres (12,799 ft) 473 metres (1,552 ft) 45°57′36″N 07°01′12″E / 45.96000°N 7.02000°E / 45.96000; 7.02000 Mont Blanc massif Valais 1864
Piz Palü 3,901 metres (12,799 ft) 213 metres (699 ft) 46°22′42″N 09°57′38″E / 46.37833°N 9.96056°E / 46.37833; 9.96056 Bernina Range Grisons 1866
Gobba di Rollin 3,889 metres (12,759 ft) 83 metres (272 ft) 45°55′27″N 07°44′04″E / 45.92417°N 7.73444°E / 45.92417; 7.73444 Pennine Alps Valais
Klein Fiescherhorn 3,895 metres (12,779 ft) 65 metres (213 ft) 46°33′20″N 08°04′32″E / 46.55556°N 8.07556°E / 46.55556; 8.07556 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Mittaghorn 3,892 metres (12,769 ft) 193 metres (633 ft) 46°29′54″N 07°55′47″E / 46.49833°N 7.92972°E / 46.49833; 7.92972 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Feechopf 3,888 metres (12,756 ft) 62 metres (203 ft) 46°02′59″N 07°52′58″E / 46.04972°N 7.88278°E / 46.04972; 7.88278 Pennine Alps Valais
Klein Matterhorn 3,883 metres (12,740 ft) 88 metres (289 ft) 45°56′18″N 07°43′47″E / 45.93833°N 7.72972°E / 45.93833; 7.72972 Pennine Alps Valais 1789
Pointe du Mountet 3,877 metres (12,720 ft) 42 metres (138 ft) 46°03′34″N 07°41′07″E / 46.05944°N 7.68528°E / 46.05944; 7.68528 Pennine Alps Valais
Fiescher Gabelhorn 3,876 metres (12,717 ft) 152 metres (499 ft) 46°30′08″N 08°05′03″E / 46.50222°N 8.08417°E / 46.50222; 8.08417 Bernese Alps Valais
Ruinette 3,875 metres (12,713 ft) 851 metres (2,792 ft) 45°58′45″N 07°24′01″E / 45.97917°N 7.40028°E / 45.97917; 7.40028 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Mont Blanc de Cheilon 3,870 metres (12,697 ft) 174 metres (571 ft) 45°59′35″N 07°25′02″E / 45.99306°N 7.41722°E / 45.99306; 7.41722 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Chamm 3,866 metres (12,684 ft) 101 metres (331 ft) 46°30′06″N 08°04′45″E / 46.50167°N 8.07917°E / 46.50167; 8.07917 Bernese Alps Valais
Pointe Nord de Moming 3,863 metres (12,674 ft) 86 metres (282 ft) 46°04′40″N 07°42′00″E / 46.07778°N 7.70000°E / 46.07778; 7.70000 Pennine Alps Valais
Grünegghorn 3,860 metres (12,664 ft) 65 metres (213 ft) 46°31′35″N 08°04′25″E / 46.52639°N 8.07361°E / 46.52639; 8.07361 Bernese Alps Valais
Crast' Agüzza 3,854 metres (12,644 ft) 149 metres (489 ft) 46°22′50″N 09°54′25″E / 46.38056°N 9.90694°E / 46.38056; 9.90694 Bernina Range Grisons 1865
Schönbühlhorn 3,854 metres (12,644 ft) 95 metres (312 ft) 46°29′53″N 08°05′28″E / 46.49806°N 8.09111°E / 46.49806; 8.09111 Bernese Alps Valais
Punta Carrel 3,841 metres (12,602 ft) 41 metres (135 ft) 45°58′17″N 07°36′56″E / 45.97139°N 7.61556°E / 45.97139; 7.61556 Pennine Alps Valais
Bouquetins 3,838 metres (12,592 ft) 490 metres (1,608 ft) 45°58′56″N 07°32′43″E / 45.98222°N 7.54528°E / 45.98222; 7.54528 Pennine Alps Valais 1871
Tour Noir 3,837 metres (12,589 ft) 302 metres (991 ft) 45°56′56″N 07°02′15″E / 45.94889°N 7.03750°E / 45.94889; 7.03750 Mont Blanc massif Valais 1876
Brunegghorn 3,833 metres (12,575 ft) 293 metres (961 ft) 46°07′33″N 07°44′45″E / 46.12583°N 7.74583°E / 46.12583; 7.74583 Pennine Alps Valais
Tour de Boussine 3,833 metres (12,575 ft) 97 metres (318 ft) 45°56′11″N 07°19′26″E / 45.93639°N 7.32389°E / 45.93639; 7.32389 Pennine Alps Valais
Nesthorn 3,821 metres (12,536 ft) 636 metres (2,087 ft) 46°24′48″N 07°55′34″E / 46.41333°N 7.92611°E / 46.41333; 7.92611 Bernese Alps Valais 1865
Mont Dolent 3,820 metres (12,533 ft) 330 metres (1,083 ft) 45°55′21″N 07°02′46″E / 45.92250°N 7.04611°E / 45.92250; 7.04611 Mont Blanc massif Valais 1864
Dreieckhorn 3,811 metres (12,503 ft) 188 metres (617 ft) 46°28′41″N 08°01′12″E / 46.47806°N 8.02000°E / 46.47806; 8.02000 Bernese Alps Valais
Cima di Jazzi 3,803 metres (12,477 ft) 243 metres (797 ft) 45°58′52″N 07°53′41″E / 45.98111°N 7.89472°E / 45.98111; 7.89472 Pennine Alps Valais
Tête de Valpelline 3,799 metres (12,464 ft) 234 metres (768 ft) 45°58′31″N 07°34′52″E / 45.97528°N 7.58111°E / 45.97528; 7.58111 Pennine Alps Valais
Schinhorn 3,797 metres (12,457 ft) 422 metres (1,385 ft) 46°27′06″N 07°56′48″E / 46.45167°N 7.94667°E / 46.45167; 7.94667 Bernese Alps Valais 1869
Pigne d'Arolla 3,796 metres (12,454 ft) 249 metres (817 ft) 45°59′28″N 07°27′18″E / 45.99111°N 7.45500°E / 45.99111; 7.45500 Pennine Alps Valais 1865
Balfrin 3,796 metres (12,454 ft) 235 metres (771 ft) 46°08′06″N 07°52′49″E / 46.13500°N 7.88028°E / 46.13500; 7.88028 Pennine Alps Valais
Fluchthorn 3,795 metres (12,451 ft) 71 metres (233 ft) 46°01′17″N 07°54′52″E / 46.02139°N 7.91444°E / 46.02139; 7.91444 Pennine Alps Valais
Pointe de Zinal 3,789 metres (12,431 ft) 301 metres (988 ft) 46°01′37″N 07°37′50″E / 46.02694°N 7.63056°E / 46.02694; 7.63056 Pennine Alps Valais 1870
La Serpentine 3,789 metres (12,431 ft) 154 metres (505 ft) 45°59′04″N 07°26′00″E / 45.98444°N 7.43333°E / 45.98444; 7.43333 Pennine Alps Valais
Breithorn (Blatten) 3,785 metres (12,418 ft) 251 metres (823 ft) 46°26′08″N 07°53′38″E / 46.43556°N 7.89389°E / 46.43556; 7.89389 Bernese Alps Valais
Breithorn (Lauterbrunnen) 3,780 metres (12,402 ft) 443 metres (1,453 ft) 46°28′43″N 07°52′36″E / 46.47861°N 7.87667°E / 46.47861; 7.87667 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1865
Grosshorn 3,754 metres (12,316 ft) 190 metres (623 ft) 46°29′12″N 07°54′39″E / 46.48667°N 7.91083°E / 46.48667; 7.91083 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Aiguille de l'A Neuve 3,753 metres (12,313 ft) 63 metres (207 ft) 45°57′11″N 07°02′10″E / 45.95306°N 7.03611°E / 45.95306; 7.03611 Mont Blanc massif Valais
Piz Morteratsch 3,751 metres (12,306 ft) 324 metres (1,063 ft) 46°24′10″N 09°54′06″E / 46.40278°N 9.90167°E / 46.40278; 9.90167 Bernina Range Grisons 1858
Kinhorn 3,750 metres (12,303 ft) 105 metres (344 ft) 46°04′38″N 07°50′02″E / 46.07722°N 7.83389°E / 46.07722; 7.83389 Pennine Alps Valais
Kleines Aletschhorn 3,747 metres (12,293 ft) 50 metres (164 ft) 46°28′03″N 07°58′38″E / 46.46750°N 7.97722°E / 46.46750; 7.97722 Bernese Alps Valais
Sattelhorn 3,745 metres (12,287 ft) 121 metres (397 ft) 46°28′06″N 07°57′56″E / 46.46833°N 7.96556°E / 46.46833; 7.96556 Bernese Alps Valais 1883
Kranzberg 3,742 metres (12,277 ft) 92 metres (302 ft) 46°31′20″N 07°58′52″E / 46.52222°N 7.98111°E / 46.52222; 7.98111 Bernese Alps Valais
Fieschergrat 3,742 metres (12,277 ft) 91 metres (299 ft) 46°33′05″N 08°05′18″E / 46.55139°N 8.08833°E / 46.55139; 8.08833 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Geisshorn 3,740 metres (12,270 ft) 157 metres (515 ft) 46°26′28″N 08°00′21″E / 46.44111°N 8.00583°E / 46.44111; 8.00583 Bernese Alps Valais
Hohgwächte 3,740 metres (12,270 ft) 82 metres (269 ft) 46°06′14″N 07°50′27″E / 46.10389°N 7.84083°E / 46.10389; 7.84083 Pennine Alps Valais
Klein Lauteraarhorn 3,737 metres (12,260 ft) 117 metres (384 ft) 46°34′44″N 08°08′21″E / 46.57889°N 8.13917°E / 46.57889; 8.13917 Bernese Alps Bern
Trifthorn 3,728 metres (12,231 ft) 70 metres (230 ft) 46°03′06″N 07°40′42″E / 46.05167°N 7.67833°E / 46.05167; 7.67833 Pennine Alps Valais
Mont Vélan 3,726 metres (12,224 ft) 620 metres (2,034 ft) 45°53′30″N 07°15′06″E / 45.89167°N 7.25167°E / 45.89167; 7.25167 Pennine Alps Valais 1779
Evêque 3,716 metres (12,192 ft) 647 metres (2,123 ft) 45°57′52″N 07°30′10″E / 45.96444°N 7.50278°E / 45.96444; 7.50278 Pennine Alps Valais 1867
Combin de Corbassière 3,716 metres (12,192 ft) 312 metres (1,024 ft) 45°58′41″N 07°16′50″E / 45.97806°N 7.28056°E / 45.97806; 7.28056 Pennine Alps Valais 1851
Testa del Leone 3,715 metres (12,188 ft) 135 metres (443 ft) 45°58′16″N 07°38′36″E / 45.97111°N 7.64333°E / 45.97111; 7.64333 Pennine Alps Valais
La Singla 3,714 metres (12,185 ft) 452 metres (1,483 ft) 45°56′45″N 07°28′19″E / 45.94583°N 7.47194°E / 45.94583; 7.47194 Pennine Alps Valais 1867
Anungrat 3,714 metres (12,185 ft) 85 metres (279 ft) 46°29′06″N 07°56′23″E / 46.48500°N 7.93972°E / 46.48500; 7.93972 Bernese Alps Valais
Mont Durand 3,713 metres (12,182 ft) 169 metres (554 ft) 46°02′02″N 07°39′02″E / 46.03389°N 7.65056°E / 46.03389; 7.65056 Pennine Alps Valais
Tête Blanche 3,710 metres (12,172 ft) 153 metres (502 ft) 45°59′15″N 07°34′30″E / 45.98750°N 7.57500°E / 45.98750; 7.57500 Pennine Alps Valais
Silberhorn 3,707 metres (12,162 ft) 57 metres (187 ft) 46°32′32″N 07°56′56″E / 46.54222°N 7.94889°E / 46.54222; 7.94889 Bernese Alps Bern 1863
Punta Maria Cristina 3,706 metres (12,159 ft) 71 metres (233 ft) 45°58′20″N 07°37′13″E / 45.97222°N 7.62028°E / 45.97222; 7.62028 Pennine Alps Valais
Wetterhörner (Mittelhorn) 3,704 metres (12,152 ft) 579 metres (1,900 ft) 46°38′07″N 08°07′29″E / 46.63528°N 8.12472°E / 46.63528; 8.12472 Bernese Alps Bern 1845
Le Pleureur 3,704 metres (12,152 ft) 467 metres (1,532 ft) 46°00′59″N 07°22′09″E / 46.01639°N 7.36917°E / 46.01639; 7.36917 Pennine Alps Valais 1867
Tournelon Blanc 3,700 metres (12,139 ft) 159 metres (522 ft) 45°58′11″N 07°19′20″E / 45.96972°N 7.32222°E / 45.96972; 7.32222 Pennine Alps Valais
Rotstock 3,699 metres (12,136 ft) 118 metres (387 ft) 46°26′07″N 08°00′07″E / 46.43528°N 8.00194°E / 46.43528; 8.00194 Bernese Alps Valais
Balmhorn 3,698 metres (12,133 ft) 1,022 metres (3,353 ft) 46°25′30″N 07°41′37″E / 46.42500°N 7.69361°E / 46.42500; 7.69361 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais 1864
Walcherhorn 3,693 metres (12,116 ft) 83 metres (272 ft) 46°33′36″N 08°02′06″E / 46.56000°N 8.03500°E / 46.56000; 8.03500 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Tête de Milon 3,693 metres (12,116 ft) 43 metres (141 ft) 46°07′07″N 07°41′29″E / 46.11861°N 7.69139°E / 46.11861; 7.69139 Pennine Alps Valais
Wetterhorn 3,692 metres (12,113 ft) 202 metres (663 ft) 46°38′20″N 08°06′56″E / 46.63889°N 8.11556°E / 46.63889; 8.11556 Bernese Alps Bern 1844
Rosenhorn 3,689 metres (12,103 ft) 193 metres (633 ft) 46°37′55″N 08°08′14″E / 46.63194°N 8.13722°E / 46.63194; 8.13722 Bernese Alps Bern
Grande Aiguille 3,682 metres (12,080 ft) 223 metres (732 ft) 45°57′01″N 07°15′53″E / 45.95028°N 7.26472°E / 45.95028; 7.26472 Pennine Alps Valais
Pointe Kurz 3,676 metres (12,060 ft) 174 metres (571 ft) 45°56′18″N 07°02′08″E / 45.93833°N 7.03556°E / 45.93833; 7.03556 Mont Blanc massif Valais
Dent de Perroc 3,676 metres (12,060 ft) 408 metres (1,339 ft) 46°02′22″N 07°31′23″E / 46.03944°N 7.52306°E / 46.03944; 7.52306 Pennine Alps Valais 1871
Pointe des Genevois 3,674 metres (12,054 ft) 54 metres (177 ft) 46°02′12″N 07°31′33″E / 46.03667°N 7.52583°E / 46.03667; 7.52583 Pennine Alps Valais
Aiguille de la Tsa 3,668 metres (12,034 ft) 251 metres (823 ft) 46°01′17″N 07°31′20″E / 46.02139°N 7.52222°E / 46.02139; 7.52222 Pennine Alps Valais
Besso 3,668 metres (12,034 ft) 149 metres (489 ft) 46°04′39″N 07°39′32″E / 46.07750°N 7.65889°E / 46.07750; 7.65889 Pennine Alps Valais 1862
Combin de Boveire 3,663 metres (12,018 ft) 173 metres (568 ft) 45°57′53″N 07°16′15″E / 45.96472°N 7.27083°E / 45.96472; 7.27083 Pennine Alps Valais
Petit Combin 3,663 metres (12,018 ft) 113 metres (371 ft) 45°59′07″N 07°16′06″E / 45.98528°N 7.26833°E / 45.98528; 7.26833 Pennine Alps Valais
Blüemlisalp(horn) 3,661 metres (12,011 ft) 874 metres (2,867 ft) 46°29′20″N 07°46′21″E / 46.48889°N 7.77250°E / 46.48889; 7.77250 Bernese Alps Bern 1860
Blanc de Moming 3,661 metres (12,011 ft) 79 metres (259 ft) 46°04′25″N 07°39′52″E / 46.07361°N 7.66444°E / 46.07361; 7.66444 Pennine Alps Valais
Pointe de Bricola 3,658 metres (12,001 ft) 68 metres (223 ft) 46°03′45″N 07°35′30″E / 46.06250°N 7.59167°E / 46.06250; 7.59167 Pennine Alps Valais
Bärglistock 3,656 metres (11,995 ft) 220 metres (722 ft) 46°36′56″N 08°08′27″E / 46.61556°N 8.14083°E / 46.61556; 8.14083 Bernese Alps Bern
Portjengrat (Pizzo d'Andolla) 3,654 metres (11,988 ft) 411 metres (1,348 ft) 46°06′03″N 08°02′05″E / 46.10083°N 8.03472°E / 46.10083; 8.03472 Pennine Alps Valais 1871
Mitre de l'Evêque 3,654 metres (11,988 ft) 131 metres (430 ft) 45°58′07″N 07°30′23″E / 45.96861°N 7.50639°E / 45.96861; 7.50639 Pennine Alps Valais
Hugihorn 3,647 metres (11,965 ft) 82 metres (269 ft) 46°34′22″N 08°08′49″E / 46.57278°N 8.14694°E / 46.57278; 8.14694 Bernese Alps Bern
La Sâle 3,646 metres (11,962 ft) 112 metres (367 ft) 46°01′25″N 07°22′19″E / 46.02361°N 7.37194°E / 46.02361; 7.37194 Pennine Alps Valais
Aiguilles Rouges d'Arolla 3,644 metres (11,955 ft) 789 metres (2,589 ft) 46°03′19″N 07°26′01″E / 46.05528°N 7.43361°E / 46.05528; 7.43361 Pennine Alps Valais 1870
Doldenhorn 3,638 metres (11,936 ft) 654 metres (2,146 ft) 46°28′08″N 07°44′05″E / 46.46889°N 7.73472°E / 46.46889; 7.73472 Bernese Alps Bern 1862
Mont Collon 3,637 metres (11,932 ft) 208 metres (682 ft) 45°58′35″N 07°30′17″E / 45.97639°N 7.50472°E / 45.97639; 7.50472 Pennine Alps Valais 1867
Studerhorn 3,634 metres (11,923 ft) 226 metres (741 ft) 46°31′58″N 08°08′52″E / 46.53278°N 8.14778°E / 46.53278; 8.14778 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Dammastock 3,630 metres (11,909 ft) 1,466 metres (4,810 ft) 46°38′36″N 08°25′16″E / 46.64333°N 8.42111°E / 46.64333; 8.42111 Uri Alps Uri/Valais 1864
Oberaarhorn 3,629 metres (11,906 ft) 244 metres (801 ft) 46°31′53″N 08°10′28″E / 46.53139°N 8.17444°E / 46.53139; 8.17444 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Altels 3,629 metres (11,906 ft) 101 metres (331 ft) 46°25′44″N 07°40′42″E / 46.42889°N 7.67833°E / 46.42889; 7.67833 Bernese Alps Bern/Valais
Gross Fusshorn 3,627 metres (11,900 ft) 123 metres (404 ft) 46°25′49″N 07°59′53″E / 46.43028°N 7.99806°E / 46.43028; 7.99806 Bernese Alps Valais
Bigerhorn 3,626 metres (11,896 ft) 32 metres (105 ft) 46°08′42″N 07°52′14″E / 46.14500°N 7.87056°E / 46.14500; 7.87056 Pennine Alps Valais
Tödi (Piz Russein) 3,614 metres (11,857 ft) 1,570 metres (5,151 ft) 46°48′40″N 08°54′53″E / 46.81111°N 8.91472°E / 46.81111; 8.91472 Glarus Alps Glarus/Grisons 1824
Grande Fourche 3,610 metres (11,844 ft) 275 metres (902 ft) 45°58′35″N 07°01′16″E / 45.97639°N 7.02111°E / 45.97639; 7.02111 Mont Blanc massif Valais
Barrhorn 3,610 metres (11,844 ft) 267 metres (876 ft) 46°09′21″N 07°44′03″E / 46.15583°N 7.73417°E / 46.15583; 7.73417 Pennine Alps Valais
Piz Prievlus 3,610 metres (11,844 ft) 79 metres (259 ft) 46°23′47″N 09°54′26″E / 46.39639°N 9.90722°E / 46.39639; 9.90722 Bernina Range Grisons
Les Diablons 3,609 metres (11,841 ft) 379 metres (1,243 ft) 46°08′33″N 07°40′16″E / 46.14250°N 7.67111°E / 46.14250; 7.67111 Pennine Alps Valais 1863
Schwarzberghorn 3,609 metres (11,841 ft) 54 metres (177 ft) 45°59′49″N 07°54′32″E / 45.99694°N 7.90889°E / 45.99694; 7.90889 Pennine Alps Valais
Schneestock 3,608 metres (11,837 ft) 38 metres (125 ft) 46°38′52″N 08°25′19″E / 46.64778°N 8.42194°E / 46.64778; 8.42194 Uri Alps Uri/Valais
Piz Cambrena 3,606 metres (11,831 ft) 161 metres (528 ft) 46°23′16″N 09°58′52″E / 46.38778°N 9.98111°E / 46.38778; 9.98111 Bernina Range Grisons

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christian Thöni. "Directory of the mountains of Switzerland" (private site) (in German). Retrieved 2019-06-04.
  2. ^ a b c All mountain heights and prominences are from the 1:25,000 swisstopo topographic maps: "National Map 1:25,000" (official site). Wabern, Switzerland: Federal Office of Topography - swisstopo. 12 March 2019. Retrieved 2019-06-04.
  3. ^ The three main sources for first ascent data are:
    For the Western Alps; W.A.B. Coolidge, The Alps in nature and history, Methuen & Co, London, 1908.
    For the Central Alps; Gottlieb Studer, Über Eis und Schnee: Die höchsten Gipfel der Schweiz und die Geschichte ihrer Besteigung, Volumes 1-3, Schmid & Francke, Bern, 1896-1899.
    For the Eastern Alps: Die Erschließung der Ostalpen, Volumes 1-3, German and Austrian Alpine Club, Berlin, 1894.
    Given are the years for the first recorded ascents. In many cases local people or surveyors made earlier ascents. In particular, chamois and ibex hunters are expected to have reached many summits. Years in italics indicate that it is known that an earlier ascent was made, for example by the presence of artifacts on top or the summit's prior use as a triangulation point.