Situated between Monte Rosa in the south and the Mischabel group in the north, the Rimpfischhorn rises as the highest point in the Allalin group. Its rocky ridge rises slowly from the north to the highest peak in the south. Seen from the south, the mountain appears as a steep, stone triangle, while from the west and east it presents its rocky jagged edges. The Rimpfischhorn is suitable as a destination for high altitude tours in summer as well as for ski tours in winter.



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Elevation: 4199 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Valais
Mountain range: Pennine Alps
Prominence: 647 m
Orometric dominance: 15
Coordinates: 46.023056, 7.883889

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