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|Area||491 km²189.576 sqmi|
|Highest point||Titlis|| 3,238 m2.012 miles |
|Lowest point||Lake Lucerne|| 434 m0.27 miles |
|Density||70.12 /km²181.603 /sqmi|
 General information
 Geographic information
Obwalden (French: Obwald) is a canton in the center of Switzerland. The canton contains the geographical centre of the country. The canton is relatively small and has no subdivisions. The canton only contains 7 different municipalities.
The canton mainly consists of forests and wooded areas (~ 40%) and agricultural occupations (~40%). Around 17% is classed as unproductive and contains rivers, mountains and glaciers. Lakes in the canton include: parts of Lake Lucerne, Lake Sarnen, Lungerersee, Wichelsee, Tannensee and Melchsee. Part of the Bernese Alps (Urner Alps) run through Obwalden with Titlis () being the highest mountain.
 General mountaineering information
In the winter, Obwalden is a popular skiing and snowboarding location. The main resorts are Engelberg, Melchsee-Frutt, Lungern-Schönbüel, Mörlialp and Langis. During the summer, hiking and mountaineering are the main attractions.
 Overview of the summits
 Overview of the cols and passes
 Overview of all the routes
 Overview of the mountain huts
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