Tschingelspitz

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Tschingelspitz
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The Tschingelspitz (left) and the Gspaltenhorn (right)
Highest point
Elevation 3,304 m (10,840 ft)
Prominence 168 m (551 ft) [1]
Parent peak Gspaltenhorn
Coordinates 46°30′39.5″N7°50′23.3″E / 46.510972°N 7.839806°E / 46.510972; 7.839806 Coordinates: 46°30′39.5″N7°50′23.3″E / 46.510972°N 7.839806°E / 46.510972; 7.839806
Geography
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Tschingelspitz
Location in Switzerland
Location Bern, Switzerland
Parent range Bernese Alps

The Tschingelspitz is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located south of Mürren in the Bernese Oberland. It lies east of the higher Gspaltenhorn.

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References

  1. Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located west of the summit at 3,136 metres.