The Tschingelhörner are a multi-peak mountain in the Glarus Alps. Like giant dwarves the peaks reside above a layer of Verrucano formation. This young rock formation rests on top of an older one, together forming the Glarus thrust, a famous geotope and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even though the highest mountain of the Glarus Alps is the Tödi, the Tschingelhörner's unique shape make them a popular tourist destination as well.



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Elevation: 2849 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Glarus / Graubünden
Mountain range: Glarus Alps
Prominence: 109 m
Orometric dominance: 4
Coordinates: 46.898278, 9.221333

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