Bürgenstock

The Bürgenstock is a mountain in Switzerland (1,115 m above sea level) located partway along the shore of Lake Lucerne. Bürgenstock is also a resort located at 874 m a.s.l. on the same mountain. The lookout point at the summit of the Bürgenstock, the Hammetschwand, offers an extensive view, for the mountain is almost entirely surrounded by Lake Lucerne. The small resort Bürgenstock can be reached by a road as well as with the Bürgenstock Funicular which starts from the boat landing pier at Kehrsiten-Bürgenstock on Lake Lucerne. The highest summit of the Bürgenstock can be reached from the resort by foot and by means of a cliff-side path followed by...

Pic de Bure

Pic de Bure is a prominent mountain of the Dauphiné Alps in France, culminating at a height of 2,709 m (8,888 ft), the third highest peak of the Dévoluy Mountains. The Plateau de Bure Interferometer is located on its slopes. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Signalhorn

The Signalhorn is a mountain of the Silvretta Alps, located on the border between Switzerland and Austria. It lies just east of the Silvretta Pass and is the tripoint between the regions of Prättigau and Engadin (in the Swiss canton of Graubünden) and Montafon (in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg). from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Piz Buin Pitschen

Piz Buin Pitschen (Rumantsch) or Kleiner Piz Buin (German) is a peak in the Silvretta Alps. The Piz Buin Pitschen lies western of his higher neighbor the Piz Buin Grond or Großer Piz Buin. The summit forms the border between Switzerland and Austria and is the second highest peak in Vorarlberg, a state of Austria, and the sixth highest peak of the mountain range after the Piz Linard, the Fluchthorn, the Piz Buin Grond, the Verstanclahorn and the Piz Fliana. The first ascent was made 1868 by O.W. Stein and his guide Christian Jann. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Piz Buin

Piz Buin is a mountain in the Silvretta range of the Alps on the border between Austria and Switzerland. It forms the border between the Swiss canton of Graubünden and the Austrian state of Vorarlberg and is the highest peak in Vorarlberg. Its original name in the Romansh language is Piz Buin Grond. A similar but smaller summit nearby is called Piz Buin Pitschen at 3,255 m (10,680 ft). Piz Buin was first climbed on 14 July 1865 by Joseph Anton Specht and Johann Jakob Weilenmann, guided by Jakob Pfitscher and Franz Pöll. Piz Buin Pitschen was climbed three years later. Piz Buin can be reached from the Wiesbadener hut, crossing the Vermunt glacier, climbing up the Wiesbadener ridge and hiking over the Ochsentaler Glacier to...

Bruschghorn

The Bruschghorn is a mountain of the Lepontine Alps, overlooking Thalkirch (Safien) in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. With a height of 3,056 metres above sea level, the Bruschghorn is the culminating point of the range lying between the Safiental and the Domleschg valley. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia