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Salbitschijen

The Salbitschijen is a mountain in the Urner Alps, overlooking Goschenen in the canton of Uri. It lies at the southern extremity of the range of the Fleckistock. He is famous for climbing for a long time, ranges from the South, being first climbe ...

                                               

Salober

The Salober ist a 2.088 -high Template:Hohe/unknown reference grass mountain in the Allgau Alps. It lies northeast of the Laufbacher Eck. His name probably means Latin: best barrier against "healthy, intelligent, attractive" is also used for deco ...

                                               

Salzachgeier

The Salzachgeier) is a rugged peak on the edge of the Kitzbuhel Alps on the border of the Austrian states of Salzburg and Tyrol. In the cirques and high alpine meadows of its eastern slopes and the two neighbouring peaks of Funfmandling and Schwe ...

                                               

GroSe Sandspitze

The GroSe Sandspitze in Tyrol is 2.770 m and the highest mountain in the Gailtal Alps, a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps. It is located within the subrange of the Lienz Dolomites and is locally called the Sunnspitz.

                                               

Piz Sardona

Piz Sardona is a mountain in the Glarus Alps, located on the border between the cantons Glarus and St. Gallen. The 3.056 metres high mountain overlooks the valleys of Elm and Calfeisen. Less than one kilometre south of the summit lies the tripoin ...

                                               

Sass Rigais

Sass Rigais is a mountain of the northwestern Dolomites in South Tyrol, northern Italy. Along with the nearby Furchetta, which is exactly the same height and only 600m away, it is the highest peak of the Geisler group. Sass Rigais offers hikers o ...

                                               

Sasseneire

The Sasseneire is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, overlooking Evolene in the canton of Valais. It lies on the range between the valleys of Herens and Anniviers.

                                               

Piz Scerscen

Piz Scerscen is a mountain in the Bernina Range in Switzerland and Italy, joining the neighbouring Piz Bernina by its north-east ridge via a 3.895 m pass. Its name means the circular mountain. The mountain has a prominent secondary summit called ...

                                               

Scex Rouge

The Scex Rouge is a mountain of the Alps, overlooking Les Diablerets in the canton of Vaud. Along with the Oldenhorn to the east, it is one of the main peaks of the Diablerets, a huge ice-covered mountain near the western end of the Bernese Alps, ...

                                               

Schachentaler Windgallen

The Schachentaler Windgallen is a mountain massif in the Schwyzer Alps, overlooking Unterschachen in the canton of Uri. The two named peaks are Hoch Windgallen and Laged Windgallen. The mountain massif lies between the valley of Muotathal and Sch ...

                                               

First Schafalpenkopf

The First Schafalpenkopf or Southwestern Schafalpenkopf is a 2.272-metre-high mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is part of the Schafalpenkopfe and the Mindelheim Klettersteig.

                                               

Second Schafalpenkopf

The Second Schafalpenkopf, also Middle Schafalpenkopf is a 2.302-metre-high mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is part of the Schafalpenkopfe and the Mindelheim Klettersteig.

                                               

Schafalpenkopfe

The Schafalpenkopfe are a small mountain formation, consisting of three peaks, the First, Second and Third Schafalpenkopf. A 2.4-kilometre-long klettersteig of medium difficulty, the Mindelheimer Klettersteig, runs over them.

                                               

Schafberg (Salzkammergut)

Schafberg is a mountain in the Austrian state of Salzburg. Situated within the Salzkammergut Mountains range of the Northern Limestone Alps, the Schafberg rises at the shore of Wolfgangsee Lake.

                                               

Schafsiedel

The Schafsiedel is a 2.447 m above sea level high mountain in the Kitzbuhel Alps in Austria. It is one of the highest peaks on the main crest of the Kitzbuhel Alps. It also the summit most frequently climbed from the New Bamberg Hut, not least be ...

                                               

Schareck

The summit is located on the main chain of the Alps, exactly on the border between the states of Carinthia and Salzburg, ca. 4.8 km as the crow flies east-southeast of the Hoher Sonnblick. The Schareck is the second highest summit in the Goldberg ...

                                               

Schartschrofen

The Schartschrofen is a rocky summit, 1.968 m high, in the Tannheim Mountains, a sub-group of the Allgau Alps. It lies northwest of the Rote Fluh and south of the col of Fussener Jochl.

                                               

Schattberg (Saalbach-Hinterglemm)

The Schattberg is the local mountain for the Pinzgau parish of Saalbach-Hinterglemm, that lies about 3 kilometres to the north. It forms the end of a mountain ridge that runs from the 2.249 m high Hochkogel over the 2.092 m high Saalbachkogel and ...

                                               

Schatzberg

The Schatzberg is part of a mountain ridge that separates the valley of the Alpbachtal in the west from the Wildschonau in the east. Its neighbouring peaks are the 1.964 m high Joelspitze to the south and the 1.899 m high Gratlspitze to the north ...

                                               

Schaufelspitze (Karwendel)

The normal route runs from the Hagelhutten 1.077 m above sea level AA) in the RiStal to the top. It is unmarked and not easy to find, especially in the latschen zone. It has places that require grade I UIAA climbing. The transition to Bettlerkars ...

                                               

Scheffauer

The Scheffauer is a 2.111 m -high mountain in the Kaiser mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps. It forms the western buttress of the Wilder Kaiser and is one of the most frequented summits in the Kaiser.

                                               

Schesaplana

The Schesaplana is the highest mountain in the Ratikon mountain range at the border between Vorarlberg, Austria and Graubunden, Switzerland. It has an elevation of 2.964.3 m. On the North side of Schesaplana is under the glacier, the Brandner Gle ...

                                               

Schiara

The Schiara is a mountain in the southern Dolomites of Veneto in northern Italy. It is located just north of the town of Belluno, approximately 50 miles north of Venice. Monte Schiara has an elevation of 2.565 metres.

                                               

Schildenstein

The Schildenstein is a 1613 m high mountain in the Mangfall Mountains in Bavaria. The peak can be reached after an easy hike from Kreuth over the GeiSalm and Konigsalm. The route via the Wolfsschlucht, on the other hand, is made secure by wire ca ...

                                               

Schinder (mountain)

Schinder is a mountain on the border of Bavaria, Germany and Tyrol, Austria. There are two summits, one called Austrian Schinder or Trausnitzberg, and the other slightly lower one called Bavarian Schinder. The former sits right on the border of B ...

                                               

GroSe Schlenkerspitze

The GroSe Schlenkerspitze is a mountain in the Lechtal Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. At 2.827 m or, according to other sources, 2.831 m, it is the highest peak in the eastern part of the Lechtal Alps.

                                               

Schlern

The Schlern is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. The peak at the north west end of the mountain was first ascended in July 1880 by Johann Santner. It is named the Santner Spitze in his honour. The Schlern dominates the villages o ...

                                               

Schlicker Seespitze

The Schlicker Seespitze, at 2.804 m, is the highest peak in the Kalkkogel range in Austrias Stubai Alps, as well as the southwestern cornerstone of the chain. This mountain, known for being extremely prone to landslides, is a good observation poi ...

                                               

Schlieferspitze

The Schlieferspitze is a mountain, 3.290 m, on the ridge known as the Krimmler Kamm in the Venediger Group of the Alps. The ridge lies in the northwest of the High Tauern, part of the Austrian Central Alps in the Austrian federal state of Salzbur ...

                                               

Schmittenhohe

The Schmittenhohe is a mountain, 1.965 m high, on the eastern edge of the Kitzbuhel Alps. It is the local mountain of the district capital of Zell am See, from where a cable car was built in 1927 by Adolf Bleichert & Co. that runs to the summit. ...

                                               

Schneealpe

The Schneealpe or Schneealm is a limestone massif in the Northern Limestone Alps on the Styrian-Lower Austrian border. Its highest point is the Windberg at 1.903 metres above sea level. Other peaks are the Ameisbuhel, the Schonhaltereck and the D ...

                                               

Schneeberg (Alps)

The Schneeberg, with its 2.076-metre high summit Klosterwappen, is the highest mountain of Lower Austria, and the easternmost mountain in the Alps to exceed 2000 m. It is a distinctive limestone massif with steep slopes on three sides. The Schnee ...

                                               

Schneebiger Nock

The Schneebiger Nock, in old literature also called the Ruthnerhorn, is 3.358 metres high and, after the Hochgall, the second highest mountain of the Rieserferner Group, a range in the western part of the High Tauern. The mountain rises in the It ...

                                               

Schneefernerkopf

The Schneefernerkopf is a 2.875-metre-high peak in the Zugspitze massif in the Alps. It lies at the western end of the Wetterstein chain in the Alps on the border between the German state of Bavaria and the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is the domi ...

                                               

Teufelskirche (mountain)

The Schoberkopfe are several ridge-shaped peaks, arranged along the eastern edge of the Hochkonig plateau in the Berchtesgaden Alps, and which lie in a semi-circular arc that opens towards the east facing the Salzach valley: Southwestern Schoberk ...

                                               

Schopfl

Schopfl is the highest hill in the Wienerwald mountain range, the north-easternmost part of the Alps. Geologically, it belongs to the flysch Alps. The main top of the wooded mountain range carries a high observation tower, which allows for a 100 ...

                                               

Schrammacher

The Schrammacher is a mountain in the Austrian state of Tyrol. At 3.410 or 3.411 m it is, after the Olperer, the second highest peak of the Tux ridge of the Zillertal Alps. With its horn shape and its steep and smooth northwest wall the mountain ...

                                               

Schreckhorn

The Schreckhorn is a mountain in the Bernese Alps. It is the highest peak located entirely in the canton of Berne. The Schreckhorn is the northernmost Alpine four-thousander and the northernmost summit rising above 4.000 metres in Europe.

                                               

Schusselkarspitze

The Schusselkarspitze is a peak in the eastern Wetterstein Mountains. It is one of the best-known climbing peaks in the Northern Limestone Alps. It has a multitude of challenging climbing routes, especially through the mighty slabs of the south f ...

                                               

Schwarzer Grat

The Schwarze Grat between Eschachthal in the Bavarian county of Oberallgau and Bolsternang in the Baden-Wurttemberg county of Ravensburg is 1.118 m above sea level and thus the highest mountain in Ravensburg, in the province of Tubingen and the A ...

                                               

Schwarzhorn (Bernese Alps)

The Schwarzhorn is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located between Brienz and Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland. With a height of 2.928 metres above sea level, it is the highest summit of the group north of the Grosse Scheidegg Pass. The Schwar ...

                                               

Scopi

The Scopi is a 3.190-metre-high mountain in the Lepontine Alps, overlooking Lukmanier Pass on the border between the cantons of Ticino and Graubunden. The cable car is unavailable to the public, connecting the top of the road to the lukmanier pas ...

                                               

Hoher Seeblaskogel

The Hoher Seeblaskogel is a mountain, 3.235 m, in the western part of the Stubai Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Its independent summit lies between the cols of Winnebachjoch and Bachfallenscharte. To the south the Grune-Tatzen glacier climb ...

                                               

Seefelder Spitze

The Seefelder Spitze is a mountain east of Seefeld in Tirol in the Karwendel Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is 2.221 metres high and there is a summit cross at the top.

                                               

Seehorn (Berchtesgaden Alps)

The Seehorn is a mountain, 2.321 m, in the Berchtesgaden Alps, in the Pinzgau region of Austria, not far from the border between the Austrian state of Salzburg and Bavaria in Germany.

                                               

Ostliche Seespitze

The Ostliche Seespitze is a mountain, 3.416 m, in the Stubai Alps in Austria. It belongs to the Alpeiner Mountains and is their second highest peak after the Ruderhofspitze. In addition, it is the highest point in the chain that runs northeast fr ...

                                               

Selbsanft

The Selbsanft is a mountain massif in the Glarus Alps, overlooking the village of Linthal in the canton of Glarus. The Selbsanft is a large mountain massif consisting of several summits of which the highest is named Hideri Schibe. The massif is a ...

                                               

Selun

The Selun is one of the peaks of the Churfirsten range, located in the Appenzell Alps. It lies between the valley of Toggenburg and Lake Walenstadt in the canton of St. Gallen. The summit is easily accessible by a trail on the northern side. Peak ...

                                               

Semnoz

Semnoz is a mountain of Haute-Savoie, France. It lies in the Bauges range. It has an altitude of 1.699 m above sea level. The mountain is crossed by the D41/D110 road near to the Crêt de Chatillon at an altitude of 1.660 m.

                                               

Senepy

Senepy is a mountain located in Matheysine, in the Dauphine Alps of south-eastern France. Its height is 1.769 m. of Windows overlooking the river DRAC valley, lake Monteynard, Trieves and the plateau on the opposite Bank. It is mostly covered by ...

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