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Piz Glüschaint

Piz Glüschaint
Roseg Glacier
Elevation 3,594 m (11,791 ft)[1]
Prominence 341 m (1,119 ft)[2]
Parent peak Piz Bernina
Listing List of mountains in Switzerland
Location
Piz Glüschaint
Location in the Alps
Location Graubünden, Switzerland / Lombardy, Italy
Range Bernina Range
Coordinates

46°21′44.8″N 9°50′24.5″E / 46.362444°N 9.840139°E / 46.362444; 9.840139Coordinates: 46°21′44.8″N 9°50′24.5″E / 46.362444°N 9.840139°E / 46.362444; 9.840139

Piz Glüschaint is a mountain of the Bernina Range (Alps), on the border between Italy and Switzerland. It lies between the Val Roseg (Graubünden) and the Val Malenco (Lombardy). On its northern side is the Roseg Glacier.

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External links

  • Piz Glüschaint on Hikr


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