With 4,545 meters the Dom is the highest mountain with its entire base completely located in Switzerland. The view from the top offers a spectacular panorama far into the country and over the Monte Rosa massif due to the mountain's high prominence. The Dom is named after the Canon of the Sitten cathedral (in German: "Dom") who took part in the first official surveys of the area. The ski resort “Saas-Fee” is only six kilometers away, and even in the summer allows for some of the highest and most beautiful ski-runs in the entire Alps.



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Elevation: 4545 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Valais
Mountain range: Pennine Alps
Prominence: 1046 m
Orometric dominance: 23
Coordinates: 46.093930, 7.858831

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