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Piz Raschil
Piz Danis und Stätzerhorn.JPG
Piz Danis (left) and Stätzer Horn (right) from Lenzerheide
Highest point
Elevation 2,575 m (8,448 ft)
Prominence 1,028 m (3,373 ft) [1]
Isolation 6.24 kilometres (3.88 mi)
Listing Alpine mountains 2500-2999 m
Coordinates 46°45′48.6″N 9°30′28.9″E / 46.763500°N 9.508028°E / 46.763500; 9.508028Coordinates: 46°45′48.6″N 9°30′28.9″E / 46.763500°N 9.508028°E / 46.763500; 9.508028
Stätzerhorn is located in Switzerland
Location in Switzerland
Location Graubünden, Switzerland
Parent range Plessur Alps

The Stätzerhorn (also known as Piz Raschil) is a mountain of the Plessur Alps, overlooking Lenzerheide in the canton of Graubünden. With an elevation of 2,575 (8,445 ft) metres above sea level, the Stätzerhorn is the culminating point of the range that lies west of the Lenzerheide Pass. Several trails lead to the top from both sides of the mountain. In winter the Stätzerhorn is part of a ski area.


  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Lenzerheide Pass (1,547 m).

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