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Photo of the Ulrichshorn
SW Ridge of the Ulrichshorn from Nadelhorn NE Ridge

Elevation 3,925 m12,877.297 ft
2.439 miles
Location Valais, Switzerland
Range Pennine Alps
Massif Mischabel
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DMS Coor. 46°7´3"N, 7°52´35"E
Swiss Coor. 633857 / 107452
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Coordinates Information

Nearby Features
Balfrin, Chli Dirruhorn, Dom, Hobärghorn, Lenzspitze, Mischabel Hut, Nadelhorn, Stecknadelhorn
Alpinist's Info
Topo. Map SLK 1328: Randa
Easiest Route Rating F F
Ulrichshorn (Switzerland )


[edit] General information

The Ulrichshorn (3,925 m12,877.297 ft
2.439 miles
) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps of Switzerland.

[edit] Routes

There are two main routes, from the east (Saas Fee) via the Mischabel Hut and Hohbalm glacier and from the west via the Bordier Hut and Ried glacier. The climb of Ulrichshorn is often combined with a climb up Nadelhorn NE Ridge.

[edit] Overview

Route Name Hei. Dif. Dur. (h) Type Rock ° Valley Hut S. Gain Maps

Hei.:Height, Dif.: Difficulty, Dur.: Duration, S. Gain: 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.

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[edit] Recommended Books

      The Alpine 4000m Peaks by the Classic Routes by Richard Goedeke

      Valais Alps East: Selected Climbs (Alpine Club Guides) by Les Swindin

      Valais Alps West: Selected Climbs (Alpine Club Guides) by Lindsay Griffin

      Valais East: Zermatt - Saas - Fiesch (Rother Walking Guide) by Michael Waeber

      Alpine Climbing: Techniques to Take You Higher (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert) by Cathy Cosley

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