Wetterhorn

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Wetterhorn

Photo of the Wetterhorn
The Wetterhorn seen from the Bachalpsee

General
Elevation 3,692 m12,112.861 ft
2.294 miles
Prominence 202 m0.126 miles
662.73 ft
Location Berne (canton), Switzerland
Range Bernese Alps
Massif Wetterhorn Group
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Coordinates
DMS Coor. 46°38´19.5"N, 8°6´55.9"E
Swiss Coor. 651830 / 165517
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Nearby Features
Bärglistock, Chrinnenhorn, Gleckstein Hut, Hick, Mittelhorn, Rosenegg, Rosenhorn, Scheideggwetterhorn, Wellhorn, Wetterhorn Group
Alpinist's Info
Topo. Map SLK 1229: Grindelwald
Easiest Route Rating AD- AD-
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[edit] General information

The Wetterhorn (3,692 m12,112.861 ft
2.294 miles
) is a mountain in the Bernese Alps close to the village of Grindelwald in Switzerland. Although it was first climbed in 1844, the ascent by Alfred Wills and party in 1854 is the more celebrated, and is generally regarded to have marked the beginning of the golden age of alpinism.

The mountain is in fact composed of three distinct but close peaks: the Wetterhorn (most visible from Grindelwald), the Mittelhorn (highest) and Rosenhorn.

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[edit] Recommended Books

      The Bernese Alps: A Walker's Guide (Cicerone Guide) by Kev Reynolds

      Bernese Oberland: Selected Climbs (Alpine Club Guides) by Les Swindin

      Bernese Oberland East: Interlaken - Grindelwald - Meiringen (Rother Walking Guide) by Daniel Anker

      Tour of the Jungfrau Region: A Two-week Trek in the Bernese Oberland (Cicerone Guide) by Kev Reynolds

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

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