The Rheinwaldhorn is the highest mountain of the Adula Alps. In italian the mountain is called Adula. The name already appeared on historical maps of the Roman Empire. Other names for the mountain were Rheinwaldspitze, Schneehorn, Adulahorn and Moschelhorn. The Rheinwaldhorn is dominated by several glaciers that characterize the flat summit plateau. The Hinterrhein, one of the two tributaries of the Rhine, rises on its flanks.



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Elevation: 3402 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Grisons / Ticino
Mountain range: Adula Alps
Prominence: 1337 m
Orometric dominance: 39
Coordinates: 46.493611, 9.040000

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