Piz Platta

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Piz Platta
Piz Platta east side.jpg
View from the east side
Highest point
Elevation 3,392 m (11,129 ft)
Prominence 1,108 m (3,635 ft) [1]
Isolation 11.7 km (7.3 mi) [2]
Parent peak Piz Kesch
Coordinates 46°29′13.1″N 9°33′42.2″E / 46.486972°N 9.561722°E / 46.486972; 9.561722Coordinates: 46°29′13.1″N 9°33′42.2″E / 46.486972°N 9.561722°E / 46.486972; 9.561722
Geography
Piz Platta is located in Switzerland
Piz Platta
Piz Platta
Location in Switzerland
Location Graubünden, Switzerland
Parent range Oberhalbstein Alps

Piz Platta is the highest peak in the Oberhalbstein Alps. It is 3392 metres high (Source: Landeskarte der Schweiz no.1256 - 1991), and is notable for its similarity in shape to the Matterhorn. Piz Platta is located between the localities of Avers and Mulegns, both in the Swiss canton of Graubünden.

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  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Julier Pass (2,284 m).
  2. ^ Retrieved from Google Earth. The nearest point of higher elevation is west of Piz Calderas.

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