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Ortstock

The Ortstock is a mountain in the Schwyzer Alps, located at an elevation of 2.717 m on the border between the cantons of Schwyz and Glarus. It overlooks Braunwald and Linthal on its east side, while the west side overlooks the high valley of Glat ...

                                               

Osterfelderkopf

The Osterfelderkopf lies below the northern ridge of the Alpspitze and the Hollentorkopf. It is only a few meters away from the top station of the Alpspitzbahn cablecar and is part of the skiing area Garmisch Classic. Besides skiing there are var ...

                                               

Monte Padrio

Monte Padrio is a mountain of Lombardy, Italy. It has an elevation of 2.153 metres. It is located between the Val Camonica and the Valtellina, in the towns of Tirano and Corteno Golgi. It is visible where the road from Edolo rises to the Aprica P ...

                                               

Piz Palu

Piz Palu is a mountain in the Bernina Range of the Alps, located between Switzerland and Italy. It is a large glaciated massif composed of three main summits, on a ridge running from west to east. The main summit is 3.900 metres high and is locat ...

                                               

Panuelerkopf

The Panueler Kopf is a mountain in the Austrian state Vorarlberg. The Panueler Kopf is part of the Schesaplana group and with an elevation of 2.859 m the second highest mountain in the Ratikon mountain range. The 950 m high west face is the highe ...

                                               

Parrotspitze

The Parrotspitze is a peak in the Pennine Alps of Italy and Switzerland. It is located south of Dufourspitze in the Monte Rosa Massif. The mountain is named after Johann Jakob Friedrich Wilhelm Parrot, a German doctor, who made an attempt on the ...

                                               

Parseierspitze

Parseierspitze is, at 3.036 m tall, the highest mountain and the only three-thousander of the Northern Limestone Alps. It is the main peak of the Lechtal Alps, located in the Austrian state of Tyrol, northwest of Landeck.

                                               

Patscherkofel

Patscherkofel is a mountain and ski area in the Alps, in Tyrol in western Austria, 7 km south of Innsbruck. The peak rises to a summit elevation of 2.246 m above sea level. The town of Igls at its northwest base is at 870 m, a vertical drop of 1. ...

                                               

Patteriol

The Patteriol is a mountain in the Verwall Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It has an elevation of 3.056 m. Patteriol is sometimes called "Matterhorn of Verwall" because of its shape. In addition to the main summit, Patteriol has several summ ...

                                               

Peitlerkofel

The Peitlerkofel is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. A solitary mountain, it stands between Val Badia to the east and the VillnoS valley to the west, in the very north of the Dolomites. It boasts two distinct summits, the Grosse ...

                                               

Mont Pelat

Mont Pelat, is a mountain of the Maritime Alps located in the chain of mountains between the high valley of Verdon to the west, the high valley of Var to the east and the Bachelard valley in the North. Located in the department of Alpes-de-Haute- ...

                                               

Monte Pelmo

Monte Pelmo is a mountain of the Dolomites, in the province of Belluno, Northeastern Italy. The mountain resembles a giant block, which is isolated from other mountains, so well seen from a neighboring valley and the surrounding mountains, such a ...

                                               

Mont Pelvoux

Mont Pelvoux is a mountain in the Massif des Ecrins in the French Alps. For many years Mont Pelvoux is considered the highest mountain in the region with high Barre des écrins cannot be seen from the valley of the durance. The highest point on th ...

                                               

Peralba

Peralba is a mountain of the Carnic Alps in Veneto, northeastern Italy, although its summit is only a few hundred metres from the Austrian border. It has a height of 2.694 m making it the second highest mountain of the Carnics, after Coglians. It ...

                                               

Petersenspitze

The Petersenspitze is a peak in the Weisskamm group of the Otztal Alps best known for its north face. In combination with the north faces of the Taschachwand and the Hinterer Brochkogel it forms the challenging Otztaler Eisexpress route to the Wi ...

                                               

Peterskopfl

The Peterskopfl is a 1.745m high summit in the Zahmer Kaiser, the northern ridge of the Kaisergebirge mountain range in the Austrian state of Tyrol. To the east the Peterskopfl is linked by a ridge to the Einserkogel, to the west it is separated ...

                                               

Pic de Petit Rochebrune

The literal English translation of Pic de Rochebrune can be dark rock peak or brown rock peak. Petit means small, and refers to the fact that the mountain is smaller then the neighbouring Pic de Rochebrune.

                                               

Petite Bosse

The Petite Bosse is a snowy bulge, culminating at 4.547 m, on the border of France and Italy on the so-called normal routes towards the summit of Mont Blanc, between the Grande Bosse and the rocky protrusion known as the Rocher de la Tournette. T ...

                                               

Petzen

Petzen or Peca is the highest mountain of the eastern Karawanks, the second-highest mountain of the Northern Karawanks and the most eastern two-thousand-metre mountain of Slovenia. It is a mighty mountain with a characteristic shape of a tablelan ...

                                               

Pfander

The Pfander is a mountain in western Austria close to Lake Constance. The town of Bregenz lies at the foot of the mountain on the shores of the lake. With its views over the lake and the surrounding mountain peaks, the Pfander is one of the most ...

                                               

Monte Piana

The Monte Piana is a 2.324 meter tall mountain in the Sexten Dolomites and located on the border between the provinces of South Tyrol and Belluno. The smaller Northern summit of the mountain is named Monte Piano. During the First world war, the m ...

                                               

Pic de Neige Cordier

Pic de Neige Cordier is a mountain in the Massif des Ecrins range, located in the Hautes-Alpes departement of France. The mountain is named after the French alpinist Henri Cordier.

                                               

Picco Luigi Amedeo

Picco Luigi Amedeo) is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the Val dAosta, Italy. It lies on the Brouillard ridge to the summit of Mont Blanc. The mountain is named after Prince Luigi Amedeo, Duke of Abruzzi, after which the Abruzzi spur on K2 ...

                                               

Pics de la Font Sancte

The Pics de la Font Sancte is a mountain with two summits between the upper Ubaye Valley, Val Escreins and the Ceillac Valley, at the edge of the Queyras Regional Park. It is the highest peak of the Escreins Massif in the southern Cottian Alps in ...

                                               

Pigne dArolla

Pigne dArolla is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland. The first ascent was made by A. W. Moore and Horace Walker with the guide Jakob Anderegg on 9 July 1865.

                                               

Pigne de la Le

The Pigne de la Le is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located south of Zinal in the canton of Valais. It lies north of the Grand Cornier, on the range between the Moiry Glacier and the valley of Zinal.

                                               

Pirchkogel

The Pirchkogel rises north of Kuhtai 2.017 m and the Dortmunder Hut 1.948 m immediately above the road over the Kuhtai Saddle. Together with the rock faces of the Irzwanden 2.757 m to the east and the twin peaks of the GrieSkogel Vorderer 2.666 m ...

                                               

Piz Vatgira

Piz Vatgira) is a mountain of the Lepontine Alps and part of the extended Saint-Gotthard Massif, located south of Sedrun in the canton of Graubunden. The mountain lies between the valleys of Nalps and Medel, about halfway between Lai da Nalps and ...

                                               

Pizol

The Pizol is a mountain in the Glarus Alps of northeastern Switzerland, overlooking Wangs in the canton of St. Gallen. At 2.844 metres above sea level, it is the highest summit of the chain separating the valleys of the Seez and the Tamina rivers ...

                                               

Pointe de la Plaine Morte

The Pointe de la Plaine Morte is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located on the border between the Swiss cantons of Bern and Valais. It overlooks the large and flat glacier named Plaine Morte Glacier, from the south-west side. Pointe de La Plaine ...

                                               

Plattenspitze (Schladming Tauern)

The Plattenspitze or Plattenspitz is a mountain, 2.294 metres high above the village of Obertauern and on the territory of the municipality of Tweng, Austria. Its summit lies within the Schladming Tauern range and is usually traversed by climbers ...

                                               

Platthorn

The Platthorn is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located south of Grachen in the canton of Valais. It lies north of the Farichhorn and the Balfrin, on the range between the Mattertal and the Saastal.

                                               

Plattspitzen

The Plattspitzen is a 2.680-metre-high mountain in the Wetterstein Mountains on the border between Germany and Austria. It is a very striking mountain and the southern companion of Germanys highest peak, the Zugspitze, located at the opposite end ...

                                               

Pointe de Paumont

Pointe de Paumont or Cima del Vallone is a mountain of Savoie, France and of the Province of Turin, Italy. It lies in the Cottian Alps range. It has an elevation of 3.171 metres above sea level.

                                               

Pointe de Ronce

It is located near the Mont Cenis Pass and overlooks the village of Lanslebourg in Haute-Maurienne. A wide circus, called Plan des Cavales, opens on the west side towards the Lac du Mont-Cenis. From the summit, a long ridge goes Southeast from Po ...

                                               

Pointes de Mourti

The Pointes de Mourti are a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, overlooking the glacier of Moiry in the canton of Valais. They lie north of the Pointe de Bricola, on the range that separates the valley of Herens from the valley of Moiry. The main ...

                                               

Gailtaler Polinik

The Gailtaler Polinik is a mountain, 2.332 m above sea level, in the Carnic Alps in the Austrian state of Carinthia. It lies on the main ridge of the Carnics and is the highest peak of the Eastern group. It is located South of the market municipa ...

                                               

Molltaler Polinik

The Molltaler Polinik, at 2.784 m, is the highest mountain of the Kreuzeck group, a southern part of the High Tauern range in the Austrian state of Carinthia.

                                               

Monte Politri

The mountain is located on the ridge between Val Chisone North and Valle Germanasca South. Going West an unnamed saddle at 2863 divides Monte Politri from Fea Nera 2.946 m a.s.l., while going East another saddle at 2.880 m separates it from Truc ...

                                               

Pollux (mountain)

Pollux is a mountain in the Pennine Alps on the border between Valais, Switzerland and the Aosta Valley in Italy. It is the lower of a pair of twin peaks, the other being Castor, named after the Gemini twins of Roman mythology. Pollux peak is at ...

                                               

Polven

The Polven is a mountain in the Kitzbuhel Alps in the Lower Inn valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The mountain actually consists of a ridge with two peaks: in Grozer "Great" and Kleiner "small" Polven in Polven Groser is also called a balcon ...

                                               

Portjengrat

The Portjengrat is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It lies south of the Weissmies and the Zwischbergen Pass, where the international border diverges away from the main Alpine watershed. The sum ...

                                               

Predigtstuhl (Kaiser)

The Predigtstuhl is a 2.116 m high mountain in the Wilder Kaiser range in the Northern Limestone Alps in Austria, east of Kufstein in the Tyrol. Mountain is one of the most famous mountains in the Northern limestone Alps. Among his most famous cl ...

                                               

Presanella

Presanella is a mountain in the Adamello-Presanella range of the Italian Alps of northern Italy. Presanella has an elevation of 3.558 meters and is located in the Adamello Brenta National Park within the Trentino province of Italy.

                                               

Presolana

Part of the Bergamasque Alps, it is included in the province of Bergamo, and divides the Val Seriana and Valle di Scalve. According to SOIUSA international standardized mountain subdivision of the Alps mountains can be classified as follows: Subs ...

                                               

Prijakt

The Hoher Prijakt) and Niederer Prijakt) are a prominent double summit which, seen from the west and north, form one of the most attractively-shaped mountains of the Schober Group. The summit cross was placed on the lower Niederer Prijakt which i ...

                                               

Punta Bagnà

Punta Bagnà or Cime du Grand Vallon is a mountain of Savoie, France and of the Province of Turin, Italy. It lies in the Cottian Alps range. It has an elevation of 3.129 metres above sea level.

                                               

Punta Sommeiller

Punta Sommeiller or Pointe Sommeiller is a mountain of the Province of Turin, Italy and of Savoie, France. It lies in the Cottian Alps range. It has an elevation of 3.333 metres above sea level.

                                               

Pyramidenspitze

The Pyramidenspitze is a mountain, 1.998 metres high, of the Kaisergebirge in the Austrian state of Tyrol. In Pyramidenspitze only the second highest peak in the zahmer Kaiser once largely unknown, 2.002-meter 6.568 Vordere Kesselschneid feet, bu ...

                                               

Pizzo Quadro

Pizzo Quadro is a mountain of the Lepontine Alps on the Swiss-Italian border. With an elevation of 2.793 metres above sea level, it is the highest summit of the range lying south of the Wandfluhhorn and the Guriner Furggu. Pizzo Quadro is located ...

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