The Gspaltenhorn is part of the Bernese Alps and rises up to 3,436m. The mountain rock consists mainly of limestone which gives the surface a cliffy and cragged shape. The name comes from the German word “gespalten”, meaning “split” or “cleft”. For climbers the Gspaltenhorn offers multiple routes to the summit with varying degrees of difficulty.



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Elevation: 3436 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Bern
Mountain range: Bernese Alps
Prominence: 599 m
Orometric dominance: 17
Coordinates: 46.511667, 7.827500

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