The Grand Combin mountain massif is part of the Pennine Alps in the southwest of the Swiss canton of Vallais. Its three major peaks belong to the highest in the entire Alps. Large parts of the mountains are glaciated which is why people also call it a “giant ice block”. The ascent is dangerous but rewards climbers with a magnificient view over clear mountain lakes.



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Elevation: 4314 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Valais
Mountain range: Pennine Alps
Prominence: 1517 m
Orometric dominance: 35
Coordinates: 45.937588, 7.299183

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