Männlichen

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Männlichen
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The top station of the Luftseilbahn Wengen-Männlichen with the Männlichen summit behind
Highest point
Elevation2,343 m (7,687 ft)
Prominence141 m (463 ft) [1]
Parent peakTschuggen
Isolation1.8 km (1.1 mi) Edit this on Wikidata
Coordinates46°37′05″N 7°56′17″E / 46.61806°N 7.93806°E / 46.61806; 7.93806Coordinates: 46°37′05″N 7°56′17″E / 46.61806°N 7.93806°E / 46.61806; 7.93806
Geography
Männlichen is located in Switzerland
Männlichen
Männlichen
Location in Switzerland
LocationBernese Oberland, Switzerland
Parent rangeBernese Alps
Climbing
Easiest routeAerial tramway

The Männlichen is a 2,343-metre (7,687 ft) mountain in the Swiss Alps located within the Canton of Berne.

It can be reached from Wengen by the Wengen–Männlichen aerial cableway, or from the new (December 2019) Grindelwald Terminal station[2] using the Grindelwald–Männlichen gondola cableway (GM). It then takes 15 minutes to walk to the summit. It is a popular viewpoint over the Lauterbrunnen valley and a popular start location for hikers and skiers.

Lauterbrunnen Valley in winter from Männlichen

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located north of the Klein Tschuggen at 2,202 metres.
  2. ^ BOB website - was to have been called Rottenegg station in the 2015 Plan

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