List of mountains of Graubünden

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The Bernina Range comprises all the highest mountains of the canton. Trail to Morteratsch Glacier in 2012 July.jpg
The Bernina Range comprises all the highest mountains of the canton.
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This is a list of mountains of the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Graubünden is a very mountainous canton and lies entirely within the Alps. It is also one of the three cantons (with Valais and Bern) having summits over 4,000 metres. Topographically, the most important summit of the canton is that of Piz Bernina (most elevated, most prominent and most isolated). Outside the Bernina Range, the Tödi is both the highest and most prominent summit of the canton.

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This list only includes significant summits with a topographic prominence of at least 150 metres (492 ft). There are over 430 such summits in Graubünden and they are found in all its 11 districts. [1] All mountain heights and prominences on the list are from the largest-scale maps available. [2]

List

MountainHeight (m) [2] Drop (m)CoordinatesRangeDistrict(s)First [3]
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Piz Bernina 40492234 46°22′56″N09°54′29″E / 46.38222°N 9.90806°E / 46.38222; 9.90806 Bernina Range Maloja 1850
Piz Zupò 3996405 46°22′06″N09°55′53″E / 46.36833°N 9.93139°E / 46.36833; 9.93139 Bernina Range Maloja 1863
Piz Roseg 3937415 46°22′25″N09°52′59″E / 46.37361°N 9.88306°E / 46.37361; 9.88306 Bernina Range Maloja 1865
Piz Palü 3901213 46°22′42″N09°57′38″E / 46.37833°N 9.96056°E / 46.37833; 9.96056 Bernina Range Bernina/Maloja 1866
Piz Morteratsch 3751324 46°24′10″N09°54′06″E / 46.40278°N 9.90167°E / 46.40278; 9.90167 Bernina Range Maloja 1858
Tödi (Piz Russein) 36141570 46°48′40″N08°54′53″E / 46.81111°N 8.91472°E / 46.81111; 8.91472 Glarus Alps Surselva 1824
Piz Cambrena 3606161 46°23′16″N09°58′52″E / 46.38778°N 9.98111°E / 46.38778; 9.98111 Bernina Range Bernina/Maloja
Piz Glüschaint 3594341 46°21′45″N09°50′24″E / 46.36250°N 9.84000°E / 46.36250; 9.84000 Bernina Range Maloja 1863
Piz Tschierva 3546210 46°24′51″N09°53′10″E / 46.41417°N 9.88611°E / 46.41417; 9.88611 Bernina Range Maloja 1850
Piz Varuna 3453222 46°21′08″N09°59′35″E / 46.35222°N 9.99306°E / 46.35222; 9.99306 Bernina Range Bernina
Piz Corvatsch 3451383 46°24′30″N09°48′58″E / 46.40833°N 9.81611°E / 46.40833; 9.81611 Bernina Range Maloja 1850
Piz Tremoggia 3441349 46°21′07″N09°49′19″E / 46.35194°N 9.82194°E / 46.35194; 9.82194 Bernina Range Maloja 1859
Bifertenstock/Piz Durschin 3419383 46°48′16″N08°57′27″E / 46.80444°N 8.95750°E / 46.80444; 8.95750 Glarus Alps Surselva 1863
Piz Kesch/Piz d'Es-Cha 34181503 46°37′17″N09°52′22″E / 46.62139°N 9.87278°E / 46.62139; 9.87278 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja 1846
Piz Linard 34111028 46°47′56″N10°04′18″E / 46.79889°N 10.07167°E / 46.79889; 10.07167 Silvretta Alps Inn 1835
Rheinwaldhorn 34021337 46°29′37″N09°02′25″E / 46.49361°N 9.04028°E / 46.49361; 9.04028 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva 1789
Fluchthorn 3399647 46°53′27″N10°13′39″E / 46.89083°N 10.22750°E / 46.89083; 10.22750 Silvretta Alps Inn 1861
Piz Calderas 33971085 46°32′11″N09°41′45″E / 46.53639°N 9.69583°E / 46.53639; 9.69583 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja 1857
Piz Platta 33921108 46°29′14″N09°33′42″E / 46.48722°N 9.56167°E / 46.48722; 9.56167 Oberhalbstein Alps Albula 1866
Il Chapütschin 3386165 46°22′29″N09°49′09″E / 46.37472°N 9.81917°E / 46.37472; 9.81917 Bernina Range Maloja
Piz Julier/Piz Güglia 3380489 46°29′28″N09°45′35″E / 46.49111°N 9.75972°E / 46.49111; 9.75972 Albula Alps Maloja 1859
Güferhorn 3379400 46°30′45″N09°03′47″E / 46.51250°N 9.06306°E / 46.51250; 9.06306 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva 1806
Cima di Castello 3379388 46°18′11″N09°40′37″E / 46.30306°N 9.67694°E / 46.30306; 9.67694 Bregaglia Range Maloja 1866
Piz d'Err 3378153 46°32′43″N09°41′30″E / 46.54528°N 9.69167°E / 46.54528; 9.69167 Albula Alps Albula
Pizzo Cengalo 3369620 46°17′42″N09°36′07″E / 46.29500°N 9.60194°E / 46.29500; 9.60194 Bregaglia Range Maloja 1866
Cima di Rosso 3366266 46°18′23″N09°43′06″E / 46.30639°N 9.71833°E / 46.30639; 9.71833 Bernina Range Maloja
Piz Fora 3363432 46°20′27″N09°47′05″E / 46.34083°N 9.78472°E / 46.34083; 9.78472 Bernina Range Maloja 1875
Piz Ela 3339515 46°36′07″N09°42′27″E / 46.60194°N 9.70750°E / 46.60194; 9.70750 Albula Alps Albula 1865
Piz Picuogl 3333239 46°31′27″N09°42′29″E / 46.52417°N 9.70806°E / 46.52417; 9.70806 Albula Alps Albula
Oberalpstock/Piz Tgietschen 3328703 46°44′34″N08°46′10″E / 46.74278°N 8.76944°E / 46.74278; 8.76944 Glarus Alps Surselva 1793
Piz Buin 3312544 46°50′39″N10°07′07″E / 46.84417°N 10.11861°E / 46.84417; 10.11861 Silvretta Alps Inn 1865
Piz Badile 3308262 46°17′41″N09°35′10″E / 46.29472°N 9.58611°E / 46.29472; 9.58611 Bregaglia Range Maloja 1867
Piz Paradisin 3302875 46°25′34″N10°07′02″E / 46.42611°N 10.11722°E / 46.42611; 10.11722 Livigno Alps Bernina
Verstanclahorn 3298375 46°50′06″N10°04′21″E / 46.83500°N 10.07250°E / 46.83500; 10.07250 Silvretta Alps Inn/Prättigau-Davos 1866
Muttler 3293703 46°54′02″N10°22′43″E / 46.90056°N 10.37861°E / 46.90056; 10.37861 Samnaun Alps Inn 1859
Cima della Bondasca 3289187 46°17′16″N09°37′18″E / 46.28778°N 9.62167°E / 46.28778; 9.62167 Bregaglia Range Maloja
Piz Fliana 3281406 46°49′38″N10°06′31″E / 46.82722°N 10.10861°E / 46.82722; 10.10861 Silvretta Alps Inn 1869
Pizzo Tambo/Tambohorn 32791164 46°29′49″N09°17′00″E / 46.49694°N 9.28333°E / 46.49694; 9.28333 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Moesa 1828
Piz Üertsch 3267396 46°35′47″N09°50′11″E / 46.59639°N 9.83639°E / 46.59639; 9.83639 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja 1847
Scima da Saoseo 3264440 46°23′08″N10°09′29″E / 46.38556°N 10.15806°E / 46.38556; 10.15806 Livigno Alps Bernina 1894
Piz Languard 3262947 46°29′18″N09°57′23″E / 46.48833°N 9.95639°E / 46.48833; 9.95639 Livigno Alps Maloja 1846
Piz Forbesch 3262601 46°31′13″N09°33′33″E / 46.52028°N 9.55917°E / 46.52028; 9.55917 Oberhalbstein Alps Albula 1893
Gross Düssi/Piz Git 3256429 46°47′30″N08°49′39″E / 46.79167°N 8.82750°E / 46.79167; 8.82750 Glarus Alps Surselva 1841
Piz Buin Pitschen3256205 46°50′32″N10°06′44″E / 46.84222°N 10.11222°E / 46.84222; 10.11222 Silvretta Alps Inn
Piz Tschütta/Stammerspitz 3254406 46°54′13″N10°20′35″E / 46.90361°N 10.34306°E / 46.90361; 10.34306 Samnaun Alps Inn 1884
Cavistrau/Brigelser Hörner 3252448 46°47′04″N08°58′26″E / 46.78444°N 8.97389°E / 46.78444; 8.97389 Glarus Alps Surselva 1865
Ringelspitz/Piz Barghis 3247843 46°53′54″N09°20′35″E / 46.89833°N 9.34306°E / 46.89833; 9.34306 Glarus Alps Imboden 1865
Piz Ot 3246631 46°32′36″N09°48′37″E / 46.54333°N 9.81028°E / 46.54333; 9.81028 Albula Alps Maloja 1830
Piz Bacun 3244306 46°20′32″N09°40′56″E / 46.34222°N 9.68222°E / 46.34222; 9.68222 Bregaglia Range Maloja 1883
Silvrettahorn 3244205 46°51′25″N10°05′35″E / 46.85694°N 10.09306°E / 46.85694; 10.09306 Silvretta Alps Prättigau-Davos 1865
Corn da Camp 3232201 46°25′04″N10°06′28″E / 46.41778°N 10.10778°E / 46.41778; 10.10778 Livigno Alps Bernina
Augstenberg/Piz Blaisch Lunga 3230432 46°51′52″N10°12′14″E / 46.86444°N 10.20389°E / 46.86444; 10.20389 Silvretta Alps Inn 1881
Piz Bever 3230283 46°31′20″N09°45′34″E / 46.52222°N 9.75944°E / 46.52222; 9.75944 Albula Alps Maloja
Piz Vadret 3229660 46°41′13″N09°57′46″E / 46.68694°N 9.96278°E / 46.68694; 9.96278 Albula Alps Inn/Maloja 1867
Vorderes Plattenhorn (Ostgipfel) 3220300 46°48′36″N10°01′59″E / 46.81000°N 10.03306°E / 46.81000; 10.03306 Silvretta Alps Inn/Prättigau-Davos 1868
Vogelberg 3218303 46°28′42″N09°03′55″E / 46.47833°N 9.06528°E / 46.47833; 9.06528 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein 1864
Monte del Forno 3214446 46°20′18″N09°43′29″E / 46.33833°N 9.72472°E / 46.33833; 9.72472 Bregaglia Range Maloja 1876
Piz Medel 3211952 46°37′06″N08°54′40″E / 46.61833°N 8.91111°E / 46.61833; 8.91111 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1865
Piz Timun /Pizzo d'Emet 3209823 46°28′01″N09°24′34″E / 46.46694°N 9.40944°E / 46.46694; 9.40944 Oberhalbstein Alps Hinterrhein 1884
Piz Cambrialas 3208364 46°47′22″N08°51′07″E / 46.78944°N 8.85194°E / 46.78944; 8.85194 Glarus Alps Surselva 1905
Munt Pers 3207242 46°25′17″N09°57′13″E / 46.42139°N 9.95361°E / 46.42139; 9.95361 Bernina Range Maloja
Piz Sesvenna 32041055 46°42′21″N10°24′10″E / 46.70583°N 10.40278°E / 46.70583; 10.40278 Sesvenna Range Inn
Piz Arblatsch 3203235 46°32′08″N09°34′37″E / 46.53556°N 9.57694°E / 46.53556; 9.57694 Oberhalbstein Alps Albula
Puntone dei Fraciòn 3202157 46°28′16″N09°05′07″E / 46.47111°N 9.08528°E / 46.47111; 9.08528 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz Blaisun 3200235 46°36′11″N09°51′46″E / 46.60306°N 9.86278°E / 46.60306; 9.86278 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja
Piz Vadret 3199308 46°30′32″N09°57′03″E / 46.50889°N 9.95083°E / 46.50889; 9.95083 Livigno Alps Maloja
Dreiländerspitze 3197306 46°51′03″N10°08′41″E / 46.85083°N 10.14472°E / 46.85083; 10.14472 Silvretta Alps Inn 1853
Piz Surgonda 3196210 46°30′36″N09°43′30″E / 46.51000°N 9.72500°E / 46.51000; 9.72500 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja
Scopi 3190792 46°34′18″N08°49′48″E / 46.57167°N 8.83000°E / 46.57167; 8.83000 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1782
Piz Fedoz 3190207 46°21′35″N09°44′26″E / 46.35972°N 9.74056°E / 46.35972; 9.74056 Bernina Range Maloja
Piz Surlej 3188433 46°27′12″N09°50′35″E / 46.45333°N 9.84306°E / 46.45333; 9.84306 Bernina Range Maloja 1846
Krone 3187243 46°52′33″N10°13′55″E / 46.87583°N 10.23194°E / 46.87583; 10.23194 Silvretta Alps Inn
Piz Murtaröl 3180679 46°34′13″N10°17′15″E / 46.57028°N 10.28750°E / 46.57028; 10.28750 Ortler Alps Inn 1893
Piz Tasna 3179371 46°51′33″N10°15′08″E / 46.85917°N 10.25222°E / 46.85917; 10.25222 Silvretta Alps Inn 1849
Piz Sarsura 3178164 46°41′30″N09°59′41″E / 46.69167°N 9.99472°E / 46.69167; 9.99472 Albula Alps Inn
Piz Pisoc 3173922 46°44′40″N10°16′46″E / 46.74444°N 10.27944°E / 46.74444; 10.27944 Sesvenna Range Inn 1865
Corn da Tinizong /Tinzenhorn 3173474 46°36′42″N09°40′16″E / 46.61167°N 9.67111°E / 46.61167; 9.67111 Albula Alps Albula 1866
Piz Tavrü 3168851 46°40′45″N10°17′46″E / 46.67917°N 10.29611°E / 46.67917; 10.29611 Sesvenna Range Inn 1893
Piz Vial 3168465 46°37′55″N08°58′09″E / 46.63194°N 8.96917°E / 46.63194; 8.96917 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1873
Piz Plavna Dadaint 3167490 46°42′31″N10°13′25″E / 46.70861°N 10.22361°E / 46.70861; 10.22361 Sesvenna Range Inn 1891
Piz Albris 3166318 46°27′51″N09°57′48″E / 46.46417°N 9.96333°E / 46.46417; 9.96333 Livigno Alps Maloja
Piz Lagrev 3165855 46°26′45″N09°43′22″E / 46.44583°N 9.72278°E / 46.44583; 9.72278 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja 1875
Piz Quattervals 3165471 46°37′38″N10°05′42″E / 46.62722°N 10.09500°E / 46.62722; 10.09500 Livigno Alps Inn 1848
Cima Rossa 3161236 46°26′38″N09°05′13″E / 46.44389°N 9.08694°E / 46.44389; 9.08694 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz Mitgel 3159445 46°36′51″N09°38′48″E / 46.61417°N 9.64667°E / 46.61417; 9.64667 Albula Alps Albula 1867
Hausstock 3158655 46°52′28″N09°03′56″E / 46.87444°N 9.06556°E / 46.87444; 9.06556 Glarus Alps Surselva 1832
Piz Prüna 3153317 46°29′14″N09°59′14″E / 46.48722°N 9.98722°E / 46.48722; 9.98722 Livigno Alps Maloja
Piz Terri 3149390 46°36′00″N09°02′03″E / 46.60000°N 9.03417°E / 46.60000; 9.03417 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1802
Flüela Schwarzhorn 3146609 46°44′09″N09°56′30″E / 46.73583°N 9.94167°E / 46.73583; 9.94167 Albula Alps Inn/Prättigau-Davos 1835
Piz Mundin 3146342 46°55′31″N10°25′51″E / 46.92528°N 10.43083°E / 46.92528; 10.43083 Samnaun Alps Inn 1849
Piz Tea Fondada/Monte Cornaccia 3144319 46°32′58″N10°18′29″E / 46.54944°N 10.30806°E / 46.54944; 10.30806 Ortler Alps Inn 1883
Piz Duan 3131482 46°22′31″N09°35′00″E / 46.37528°N 9.58333°E / 46.37528; 9.58333 Oberhalbstein Alps Maloja 1859
Piz Schumbraida 3125315 46°32′34″N10°20′18″E / 46.54278°N 10.33833°E / 46.54278; 10.33833 Ortler Alps Inn 1883
Fanellhorn 3124301 46°32′52″N09°07′50″E / 46.54778°N 9.13056°E / 46.54778; 9.13056 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1859
Piz Nuna 3123535 46°43′24″N10°09′16″E / 46.72333°N 10.15444°E / 46.72333; 10.15444 Sesvenna Range Inn 1886
Gross Seehorn 3122434 46°53′16″N10°01′57″E / 46.88778°N 10.03250°E / 46.88778; 10.03250 Silvretta Alps Prättigau-Davos 1869
Piz Aul 3121395 46°37′22″N09°07′30″E / 46.62278°N 9.12500°E / 46.62278; 9.12500 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1801
Piz da l'Acqua 3118310 46°36′40″N10°08′20″E / 46.61111°N 10.13889°E / 46.61111; 10.13889 Livigno Alps Inn 1888
Gletscherhorn [Note 1] 3107413 46°23′15″N09°33′38″E / 46.38750°N 9.56056°E / 46.38750; 9.56056 Oberhalbstein Alps Hinterrhein/Maloja 1849
Pizz Gallagiun/Galleggione [Note 1] 3107413 46°22′01″N09°29′16″E / 46.36694°N 9.48778°E / 46.36694; 9.48778 Oberhalbstein Alps Maloja 1861
Piz la Stretta / Monte Breva 3104314 46°28′36″N10°02′41″E / 46.47667°N 10.04472°E / 46.47667; 10.04472 Livigno Alps Maloja
Piz Segnas 3099607 46°54′28″N09°14′23″E / 46.90778°N 9.23972°E / 46.90778; 9.23972 Glarus Alps Imboden 1861
Piz Giuv/Schattig Wichel 3096749 46°42′07″N08°41′33″E / 46.70194°N 8.69250°E / 46.70194; 8.69250 Glarus Alps Surselva 1804
Flüela Wisshorn 3085632 46°45′44″N09°58′00″E / 46.76222°N 9.96667°E / 46.76222; 9.96667 Silvretta Alps Inn/Prättigau-Davos 1880
Cima da Lägh/Cima di Lago 3083422 46°22′35″N09°27′40″E / 46.37639°N 9.46111°E / 46.37639; 9.46111 Oberhalbstein Alps Maloja
Chüealphorn 3078472 46°41′07″N09°54′19″E / 46.68528°N 9.90528°E / 46.68528; 9.90528 Albula Alps Maloja/Prättigau-Davos 1877
Piz Starlex 3075779 46°39′46″N10°23′33″E / 46.66278°N 10.39250°E / 46.66278; 10.39250 Sesvenna Range Inn
Piz Sena 3075344 46°21′11″N10°06′36″E / 46.35306°N 10.11000°E / 46.35306; 10.11000 Livigno Alps Bernina 1901
Hoch Ducan 3063324 46°41′22″N09°51′05″E / 46.68944°N 9.85139°E / 46.68944; 9.85139 Albula Alps Albula/Prättigau-Davos 1845
Cima dei Cogn 3063177 46°25′56″N09°05′19″E / 46.43222°N 9.08861°E / 46.43222; 9.08861 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz Grisch 3060544 46°31′52″N09°28′22″E / 46.53111°N 9.47278°E / 46.53111; 9.47278 Oberhalbstein Alps Hinterrhein 1861
Piz Nair 3057184 46°30′23″N09°47′15″E / 46.50639°N 9.78750°E / 46.50639; 9.78750 Albula Alps Maloja
Bruschghorn 3056577 46°37′52″N09°18′24″E / 46.63111°N 9.30667°E / 46.63111; 9.30667 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva
Piz Forun 3052458 46°39′19″N09°51′54″E / 46.65528°N 9.86500°E / 46.65528; 9.86500 Albula Alps Albula/Maloja 1847
Piz Minor 3049584 46°27′04″N10°01′42″E / 46.45111°N 10.02833°E / 46.45111; 10.02833 Livigno Alps Maloja
Piz Murtera 3044449 46°46′31″N10°02′26″E / 46.77528°N 10.04056°E / 46.77528; 10.04056 Silvretta Alps Inn
Piz Gannaretsch 3040934 46°36′43″N08°47′12″E / 46.61194°N 8.78667°E / 46.61194; 8.78667 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Alperschällihorn 3039425 46°35′12″N09°18′23″E / 46.58667°N 9.30639°E / 46.58667; 9.30639 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva 1893
Piz S-chalembert 3031722 46°48′03″N10°24′48″E / 46.80083°N 10.41333°E / 46.80083; 10.41333 Sesvenna Range Inn
Piz Por 3028733 46°30′34″N09°23′03″E / 46.50944°N 9.38417°E / 46.50944; 9.38417 Oberhalbstein Alps Hinterrhein 1894
Bündner Vorab 3028408 46°52′26″N09°09′24″E / 46.87389°N 9.15667°E / 46.87389; 9.15667 Glarus Alps Surselva 1842
Piz Dolf 3028250 46°54′12″N09°16′00″E / 46.90333°N 9.26667°E / 46.90333; 9.26667 Glarus Alps Imboden
Surettahorn 3027156 46°30′35″N09°21′45″E / 46.50972°N 9.36250°E / 46.50972; 9.36250 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein
Piz Corbet 3025672 46°22′47″N09°16′49″E / 46.37972°N 9.28028°E / 46.37972; 9.28028 Lepontine Alps Moesa 1892
Piz Blas 3019312 46°34′38″N08°43′41″E / 46.57722°N 8.72806°E / 46.57722; 8.72806 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1871
Piz Rondadura 3016266 46°34′35″N08°45′02″E / 46.57639°N 8.75056°E / 46.57639; 8.75056 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Witenalpstock 3016266 46°44′10″N08°44′51″E / 46.73611°N 8.74750°E / 46.73611; 8.74750 Glarus Alps Surselva
Paraid Naira 3015328 46°55′54″N10°14′31″E / 46.93167°N 10.24194°E / 46.93167; 10.24194 Silvretta Alps Inn 1853
Piz Polaschin 3013215 46°27′39″N09°45′10″E / 46.46083°N 9.75278°E / 46.46083; 9.75278 Albula Alps Maloja
Piz Ravetsch 3007292 46°35′03″N08°42′11″E / 46.58417°N 8.70306°E / 46.58417; 8.70306 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Älplihorn 3006426 46°42′39″N09°49′33″E / 46.71083°N 9.82583°E / 46.71083; 9.82583 Albula Alps Prättigau-Davos
Höhberghorn 3005166 46°30′35″N09°06′11″E / 46.50972°N 9.10306°E / 46.50972; 9.10306 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva
Piz Costainas 3004199 46°33′46″N10°28′25″E / 46.56278°N 10.47361°E / 46.56278; 10.47361 Ortler Alps Inn
Pizzas d'Anarosa/Grauhörner 3002366 46°35′56″N09°18′57″E / 46.59889°N 9.31583°E / 46.59889; 9.31583 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein 1894
Piz Beverin 2998396 46°39′09″N09°21′28″E / 46.65250°N 9.35778°E / 46.65250; 9.35778 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein 1707
Piz de la Lumbreida 2983564 46°28′52″N09°13′31″E / 46.48111°N 9.22528°E / 46.48111; 9.22528 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Aroser Rothorn 29801349 46°44′16″N09°36′50″E / 46.73778°N 9.61389°E / 46.73778; 9.61389 Plessur Alps Albula/Plessur
Piz Curvér 2972456 46°36′12″N09°29′50″E / 46.60333°N 9.49722°E / 46.60333; 9.49722 Oberhalbstein Alps Albula/Hinterrhein 1843
Piz Daint 2968734 46°37′07″N10°17′27″E / 46.61861°N 10.29083°E / 46.61861; 10.29083 Ortler Alps Inn
Schesaplana 2965828 47°03′13″N09°42′27″E / 47.05361°N 9.70750°E / 47.05361; 9.70750 Rätikon Prättigau-Davos 1610
Piz Turettas 2963400 46°35′13″N10°20′05″E / 46.58694°N 10.33472°E / 46.58694; 10.33472 Ortler Alps Inn
Piz Lagalb 2959524 46°25′54″N10°01′25″E / 46.43167°N 10.02361°E / 46.43167; 10.02361 Livigno Alps Maloja
Piz Miez 2956445 46°39′17″N08°55′00″E / 46.65472°N 8.91667°E / 46.65472; 8.91667 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Torent / Torrone Alto 2952835 46°20′37″N09°04′16″E / 46.34361°N 9.07111°E / 46.34361; 9.07111 Lepontine Alps Moesa 1882
Crasta Mora 2952486 46°34′17″N09°52′05″E / 46.57139°N 9.86806°E / 46.57139; 9.86806 Albula Alps Maloja
Piz Tomül/Wissensteinhorn 2946534 46°37′24″N09°13′42″E / 46.62333°N 9.22833°E / 46.62333; 9.22833 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1807
Piz Cavel 2946518 46°39′21″N09°01′11″E / 46.65583°N 9.01972°E / 46.65583; 9.01972 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Einshorn 2944571 46°30′58″N09°13′49″E / 46.51611°N 9.23028°E / 46.51611; 9.23028 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Moesa
Pizzo del Ramulazz S2939324 46°23′48″N09°05′34″E / 46.39667°N 9.09278°E / 46.39667; 9.09278 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Bärenhorn 2929449 46°34′32″N09°13′55″E / 46.57556°N 9.23194°E / 46.57556; 9.23194 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Surselva
Flimspitz 2929172 46°58′56″N10°20′38″E / 46.98222°N 10.34389°E / 46.98222; 10.34389 Samnaun Alps
Rosställispitz 2929368 46°47′21″N09°59′37″E / 46.78917°N 9.99361°E / 46.78917; 9.99361 Silvretta Alps Inn/Prättigau-Davos
Badus/Six Madun 2928529 46°37′21″N08°39′49″E / 46.62250°N 8.66361°E / 46.62250; 8.66361 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1785
Piz Combul 2901313 46°13′47″N10°02′38″E / 46.22972°N 10.04389°E / 46.22972; 10.04389 Bernina Range Bernina
Schwarzhorn/Piz Gren 2890355 46°40′39″N09°01′22″E / 46.67750°N 9.02278°E / 46.67750; 9.02278 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Schildflue 2887333 46°52′50″N09°57′23″E / 46.88056°N 9.95639°E / 46.88056; 9.95639 Silvretta Alps Prättigau-Davos
Guggernüll 2886377 46°31′26″N09°16′17″E / 46.52389°N 9.27139°E / 46.52389; 9.27139 Lepontine Alps Hinterrhein/Moesa
Piz Fess 2880501 46°43′39″N09°17′19″E / 46.72750°N 9.28861°E / 46.72750; 9.28861 Lepontine Alps Surselva 1895
Eisentälispitze 2875386 46°54′48″N09°57′45″E / 46.91333°N 9.96250°E / 46.91333; 9.96250 Silvretta Alps Prättigau-Davos 1892
Cima de Barna 2862314 46°25′14″N09°15′49″E / 46.42056°N 9.26361°E / 46.42056; 9.26361 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz di Sassiglion 2855313 46°19′22″N10°06′45″E / 46.32278°N 10.11250°E / 46.32278; 10.11250 Livigno Alps Bernina
Weissfluh 2843497 46°50′06″N09°47′43″E / 46.83500°N 9.79528°E / 46.83500; 9.79528 Plessur Alps Plessur
Madrisahorn 2826600 46°55′52″N09°52′20″E / 46.93111°N 9.87222°E / 46.93111; 9.87222 Rätikon Prättigau-Davos
Sulzfluh 2818475 47°00′45″N09°50′23″E / 47.01250°N 9.83972°E / 47.01250; 9.83972 Rätikon Prättigau-Davos 1782
Haldensteiner Calanda 28051460 46°54′00″N09°28′03″E / 46.90000°N 9.46750°E / 46.90000; 9.46750 Glarus Alps Landquart 1559
Cima de Gagela 2805723 46°23′03″N09°10′29″E / 46.38417°N 9.17472°E / 46.38417; 9.17472 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Tiejer Flue 2781345 46°46′51″N09°44′04″E / 46.78083°N 9.73444°E / 46.78083; 9.73444 Plessur Alps Plessur/Prättigau-Davos
Schwarzberg/Piz Nair 2764343 46°36′34″N08°40′40″E / 46.60944°N 8.67778°E / 46.60944; 8.67778 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Pizzo di Claro 2727361 46°17′45″N09°03′20″E / 46.29583°N 9.05556°E / 46.29583; 9.05556 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz de Groven 2694433 46°19′06″N09°09′33″E / 46.31833°N 9.15917°E / 46.31833; 9.15917 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz Pian Grand 2689528 46°25′03″N09°09′20″E / 46.41750°N 9.15556°E / 46.41750; 9.15556 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Cima del Serraglio 2685350 46°35′34″N10°14′32″E / 46.59278°N 10.24222°E / 46.59278; 10.24222 Ortler Alps Inn
Piz della Forcola 2675449 46°18′59″N09°17′36″E / 46.31639°N 9.29333°E / 46.31639; 9.29333 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Piz Toissa 2657310 46°37′07″N09°31′30″E / 46.61861°N 9.52500°E / 46.61861; 9.52500 Oberhalbstein Alps Albula
Munt Buffalora 2630351 46°37′37″N10°15′00″E / 46.62694°N 10.25000°E / 46.62694; 10.25000 Ortler Alps Inn
Piz Cavradi 2614351 46°37′57″N08°41′44″E / 46.63250°N 8.69556°E / 46.63250; 8.69556 Lepontine Alps Surselva
Vorder Grauspitz 2599353 47°03′10″N09°34′52″E / 47.05278°N 9.58111°E / 47.05278; 9.58111 Rätikon Landquart
Pizzo Paglia 2593498 46°13′54″N09°13′09″E / 46.23167°N 9.21917°E / 46.23167; 9.21917 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Stätzerhorn 25751028 46°45′21″N09°30′44″E / 46.75583°N 9.51222°E / 46.75583; 9.51222 Plessur Alps Hinterrhein/Plessur
Kirchlispitzen 2552313 47°02′20″N09°46′10″E / 47.03889°N 9.76944°E / 47.03889; 9.76944 Rätikon Prättigau-Davos 1891
Hochwang 2534417 46°52′27″N09°37′59″E / 46.87417°N 9.63306°E / 46.87417; 9.63306 Plessur Alps Landquart/Plessur/Prättigau-Davos
Vilan 2376416 47°00′46″N09°36′11″E / 47.01278°N 9.60306°E / 47.01278; 9.60306 Rätikon Landquart/Prättigau-Davos
Pizzo di Campel 2376332 46°19′55″N09°15′42″E / 46.33194°N 9.26167°E / 46.33194; 9.26167 Lepontine Alps Moesa
Marmontana 2316343 46°10′19″N09°10′13″E / 46.17194°N 9.17028°E / 46.17194; 9.17028 Lugano Prealps Moesa
Chrüz 2196589 46°57′18″N09°46′30″E / 46.95500°N 9.77500°E / 46.95500; 9.77500 Rätikon Prättigau-Davos
Fläscherberg (Regitzer Spitz) 1135422 47°02′15″N09°30′23″E / 47.03750°N 9.50639°E / 47.03750; 9.50639 Rätikon Landquart

Notes

  1. 1 2 The lowest col between equally high Gletscherhorn and Piz Gallagiun is the 383 m deep Passo de la Prasgnola. They share the 2694 m key col Pass da la Duana.

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References

  1. Christian Thöni, Directory of the mountains of Switzerland
  2. 1 2 All mountain heights and prominences are from the 1:25,000 Swisstopo topographic maps.
  3. The three main sources for first ascent data are:
    For the Western Alps; W.A.B. Coolidge, The Alps in nature and history, Methuen & Co, London, 1908.
    For the Central Alps; Gottlieb Studer, Über Eis und Schnee: Die höchsten Gipfel der Schweiz und die Geschichte ihrer Besteigung, Volumes 1-3, Schmid & Francke, Bern, 1896-1899.
    For the Eastern Alps: Die Erschließung der Ostalpen, Volumes 1-3, German and Austrian Alpine Club, Berlin, 1894.
    Given are the years for the first recorded ascents. In many cases local people or surveyors made earlier ascents. In particular, chamois and ibex hunters are expected to have reached many summits. Years in italics indicate that it is known that an earlier ascent was made, for example by the presence of artifacts on top or the summit's prior use as a triangulation point.