The Alpgundkopf is a mountain, 2,177 m high, in the Allgäu Alps. It lies in the Schafalpenköpfe group, northeast of the Roßgundkopf, from which it is separated by the Alpgundscharte col. To the southeast, 383 metres away, lies the lower Alpkopf and, 1,035 metres away, the small lake of Guggersee. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The Alphubel (4,206 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, located between the valleys of Zermatt and Saas in the canton of Valais. It is part of the Allalin Group, a subgroup of the Mischabel Group, which culminates at the Dom (4,545 m). The summit of the Alphubel consists of a large ice-covered plateau, part of the Fee Glacier on its east side. The west side of the mountain is more rocky and much steeper. It overlooks the Weingartensee. The nearest settlements are Täsch (north of Zermatt) and Saas-Fee. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alpler Horn

The Alpler Horn is a mountain of the Glarus Alps, located south of Muotathal in Central Switzerland. It lies north of the Schächentaler Windgällen, within the part of the Muota valley that belongs to the canton of Uri. The Waldistock and Alpler Stock summits, on its east side, overlook the Waldisee. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The Alpspitze is a mountain, 2628 m, in Bavaria, Germany. Its pyramidal peak is the symbol of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and is one of the best known and most attractive mountains of the Northern Limestone Alps. It is made predominantly of Wetterstein limestone from the Upper Triassic. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The Altels (3,629 m) is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located on the border between the Swiss cantons of Bern and Valais. It is situated in the Balmhorn massif, approximately halfway between Kandersteg and Leukerbad. Although its south side is in Valais, the mountain lies within the Aar basin. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia