Piz Buin is one of the most distinctive mountains of the Montafon, an Ill-valley in Vorarlberg. Being part of the Silvretta range the Austrian-Swiss border runs along the mountain summit. The Ill's headwaters are two glaciers on the Austrian side of the mountain. The ascent to the mountain becomes more difficult with the shrinking glaciers. During winter time however one can ski on beautiful trails all the way from the summit into the valley.



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Elevation: 3312 m
Country and region: Austria, Vorarlberg / Switzerland, Graubünden
Mountain range: Northern Limestone Alps
Prominence: 544 m
Orometric dominance: 16
Coordinates: 46.844159, 10.118793

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