The Tödi is the highest mountain of the Glarus Alps. Large parts of the mountain are glaciated which makes them hard to reach. The name is said to come from the Swiss German “d'Ödi” (“Ödnis” in Standard German, a wasteland) which transformed into Tödi over time. With a clear sky the view from the summit reaches up as far as Zürich, 70 kilometers in the distance.

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Elevation: 3613 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Glarus / Graubünden
Mountain range: Glarus Alps
Prominence: 1570 m
Orometric dominance: 43
Coordinates: 46.811111, 8.914722

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