Selbsanft (left) and Tödi (right)
|Elevation||3,029 m (9,938 ft)|
|Prominence||180 m (590 ft) |
|Parent range||Glarus Alps|
The Selbsanft is a mountain in the Glarus Alps, overlooking the village of Linthal in the canton of Glarus. The Selbsanft is a large mountain consisting of several summits of which the highest is named Hinter Selbsanft. The massif is a buttress of the Bifertenstock and forms, along with Schiben, the ridge that separates the valleys of the Sand (west) and Limmernsee (east). A small glacier lies east of the summit.
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