The Oberalpstock is one of the highest mountains in the Glarus Alps and rises between the northern Maderranertal in the canton of Uri and Surselva, the Vorderrhein valley in Graubünden in the South. Among the major characteristics of the mountain are its four ridges which meet close to the summit. The first ascent of the Oberalpstock was accomlished from the south eastern side, which is still the normal route today. Apart from hikers and climbers the mountain is also a popular destination for ski mountaineering.
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Elevation: 3328 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Graubünden / Uri
Mountain range: Glarus Alps
Prominence: 709 m
Orometric dominance: 22
Coordinates: 46.742528, 8.769472