Piz Vallatscha is a Three-thousander in the Sesvenna Alps, a mountain group in the border triangle between Tyrol in Austria, South Tyrol in Italy, and the Swiss canton Graubünden. North west of the summit is the higher Piz Tavrü. In the south east the lifts of the ski area Minschuns reach a height of 2700 meters. South of the Piz Vallatscha is the Fuorn Pass, an important and old part of the connection betwenn the valleys of Inn and Adige (Etsch).



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Elevation: 3021 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Graubünden
Mountain range: Sesvenna Alps
Prominence: 175 m
Orometric dominance: 6
Coordinates: 46.668611, 10.313889

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