The highest alpine mountains

The highest part of the Alps

Petr Liška
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The highest alpine mountains
Updated: 16.01.2022
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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The Alps are a very large European mountain range more than 1200 kilometers long. They stretch from the French Riviera to Vienna. It is divided into either the northern and southern limestone Alps and the central crystalline Alps or the Eastern and Western Alps. The greatest heights are reached by the units lying along the main central ridge. Let's take a look at the highest mountains of the Alps

1.
Mont Blanc Massif

The most beautiful area of France

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| Altitude: 4 808 m / 15 774 ft

The Mont Blanc massif is the highest part of the Alps, spread over the territories of three countries: France… continue reading

2.
Wallis Alps

The most mountainous region of Switzerland

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| Altitude: 4 634 m / 15 203 ft

The Wallis Alps have the highest average height in Europe. The highest peak of the Wallis Alps is the… continue reading

3.
Bernese Alps

Europe's most picturesque mountain range

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| Altitude: 4 274 m / 14 022 ft

The Bernese Alps is without a doubt one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. There are famous… continue reading

4.
Bernina

The highest mountains of the Eastern Alps

Altitude: 4 048 m / 13 281 ft

Bernina is the highest mountain range in the Eastern Alps. There is also the only four thousand in the… continue reading

5.
Dauphinese Alps

The wildest mountains in France

Altitude: 4 019 m / 13 186 ft

The Dauphiné Alps can be found in the Western Alps in France. They are better known as Écrins, which… continue reading

6.
Graj Alps

Great Paradise

Altitude: 4 009 m / 13 153 ft

The Graj Alps are a heavily glaciated mountain range in northwestern Italy. They are better known for their… continue reading

7.
Ortles

The beautiful mountains of the Eastern Alps

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| Altitude: 3 905 m / 12 812 ft

Ortles is the second highest mountain range in the Eastern Alps. The highest peak is Ortler (3,905m asl),… continue reading

8.
High Tauern

The highest Austrian mountains

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| Altitude: 3 798 m / 12 461 ft

The High Tauern are the highest Austrian mountains. The highest peak is Grossglockner. You can also find here… continue reading

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