Piz Mitgel

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Piz Mitgel
Piz Mitgel from Riom.JPG
View from Riom-Parsonz (western side)
Highest point
Elevation 3,159 m (10,364 ft) [1]
Prominence 447 m (1,467 ft) [2]
Parent peak Corn da Tinizong
Isolation 1.93 km (1.20 mi)  OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
Listing Alpine mountains above 3000 m
Coordinates 46°36′51.3″N9°38′47.7″E / 46.614250°N 9.646583°E / 46.614250; 9.646583 Coordinates: 46°36′51.3″N9°38′47.7″E / 46.614250°N 9.646583°E / 46.614250; 9.646583
Geography
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Piz Mitgel
Location in Switzerland
Location Graubünden, Switzerland
Parent range Albula Range

Piz Mitgel is a mountain in the Albula Range of the Alps, overlooking Savognin, in the canton of Graubünden. Similarly to its higher neighbor, Corn da Tinizong, it has an almost vertical south face. A via ferrata (Senda Ferrada) leads to the summit.

Routes to the summit Senda Ferrada am Piz Mitgel.jpg
Routes to the summit

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