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Swiss Alps

The chief peaks of the Swiss Alps, north of the Klausen Pass, are:
Glarnisch (highest) 2920 meters(9580 feet)
Gross Mythen 1902 meters(6240 feet)
Boser Faulen 2804 meters(9200 feet)
Rigikulm 1800 meters(5906 feet)
Santis 2504 meters(8216 feet)
Hoher Kasten 1798 meters(5899 feet)
Altmann 2438 meters(7999 feet)
Rossberg 1583 meters(5194 feet)
Faulfirst 2416 meters(7925 feet)
Zugerberg (Hochwacht) 992 meters(3255 feet)
Alvier 2363 meters(7753 feet)
Albis Hochwacht 880 meters(2887 feet)
Kurfursten (highest) 2309 meters(7576 feet)
Uetliberg 873 meters(2864 feet)
Speer 1954 meters(6411 feet)





The chief passes of the Swiss Alps, north of the Klausen Pass, are:

Ruosalperkulm (Schachen Valley to the Muota Valley), foot path 2172 meters(7126 feet)
Karren Alp Pass (Muota Valley to Linththal), foot path 2096 meters(6877 feet)
Kinzigkulm Pass (Schachen Valley to the Muota Valley), foot path 2076 meters(6811 feet)
Saasberg Pass (Einsiedeln to Glarus), foot path 1898 meters(6227 feet)
Kamor Pass (Appcnzell to Ruti), bridle path 1680 meters(5512 feet)
Saxerlucke (Appenzell to Sax), foot path 1651 meters(5417 feet)
Schwein Alp Pass (Waggithal to the Klon Glen), bridle path 1572 meters(5158 feet)
Pragel Pass (Muotathal to Glarus), carriage road in progress 1554 meters(5099 feet)
Hacken Pass (Schwyz to Einsiedeln), foot path 1417 meters(4649 feet)
Holzegg Pass (same to same), bridle path 1407 meters(4616 feet)
Ibergeregg Pass (Schwyz to Iberg and Einsicdeln), carriage road 1406 meters(4613 feet)
Krazeren Pass (Nesslau to Urnasch), bridle path 1217 meters(3993 feet)

(from an old encyclopedia)



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