Glarus Alps

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This page is about the mountain range. For other uses see Glarus.

Glarus Alps
Glarner Alpen (de)
Alpes Glaronaises (fr)

Photo of the Glarus Alps
View on the Tödi Group, the highest chain in the Glarus Alps, from Braunwald

General
Part of Western European Alps
Continent Europe
Location Glarus (canton), Switzerland
Graubünden, Switzerland
Sankt Gallen (canton), Switzerland
Uri, Switzerland
Highest Point Tödi ()
Map

Map of the Glarus Alps
Glarus Alps located in the Western European Alps

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The Glarus Alps (German: Glarner Alpen,French: Alpes Glaronaises) are a mountain range in central Switzerland and part of the Western Alps. They extend from the Oberalp Pass to the Klausen Pass, and are bordered by the Urner Alps to the west, the Lepontine Alps to the south and the Swiss Prealps to the north-east. The eastern part of the Glarus Alps contains a major thrust fault which was declared a geologic UNESCO world heritage site (the Swiss Tectonic Arena Sardona).

  • Tödi Group
  • Muttsee Group
  • Kärpf Group
  • Segnas Group
  • Graue Hörner
  • Ringel Group
  • Calanda
  • Spitzmeilen Group
  • Mürtschen Group

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[edit] Overviews

[edit] Overview of the summits

Mountain Elevation Prominence Country Location Massif Range

[edit] Overview of the cols and passes

Pass Elevation Country Location Range Massif Pass Members

[edit] Overview of all the routes

Mountain Hei. Route Dif. Dur. (h) Type Rock ° Valley Hut Maps

Hei.:Height, Dif.: Difficulty, Dur.: Duration: Meters from hut to summit
Summit map is always listed first. If a map is used for 2 km and another map for 1 km, the 2 km map will be listed before the 1 km map. Overview of the Swiss maps & Italian maps.

[edit] Overview of the mountain huts

Hut Hut Type Massif Elevation Places Hut Phone Nr Starting Valley/Village(s)
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