Piz Linard is the highest peak of the Silvretta group and is described as one of the most perfectly shaped mountains of the alps. It has a symmetrical peak pyramid and looks prominent from all the directions. Piz Linard towers over 2 000 meters high above its surroundings and hence is widely visible. It closes the valley in Zenez in the Lower Engadin and is often described as the region‘s landmark.



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Elevation: 3410 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Grisons
Mountain range: Silvretta, Rätikon, Verwall and Samnaun
Prominence: 1027 m
Orometric dominance: 30
Coordinates: 46.798889, 10.071389

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