Stockhorn (Zermatt)

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Stockhorn
StockhornZermatt.JPG
View from the east side
Highest point
Elevation 3,532 m (11,588 ft)
Prominence 145 m (476 ft) [1]
Parent peak Monte Rosa (Dufourspitze)
Coordinates 45°59′8″N 7°50′16″E / 45.98556°N 7.83778°E / 45.98556; 7.83778Coordinates: 45°59′8″N 7°50′16″E / 45.98556°N 7.83778°E / 45.98556; 7.83778
Geography
Stockhorn is located in Switzerland
Stockhorn
Stockhorn
Location in Switzerland
Location Valais, Switzerland
Parent range Pennine Alps

The Stockhorn (3,532 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located to the southeast of the town of Zermatt. It lies on the range between the Findel and Gorner glaciers, east of the Gornergrat.

The Stockhorn is part of a ski area and a cable car station (3,405 m) is located west of the summit. The mountain features several ungroomed ski runs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Stockhornpass (3,387 m).

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