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|Elevation|| 4,078 m13,379.265 ft |
|Prominence|| 785 m0.488 miles |
|Location||Berne (canton), Switzerland|
|DMS Coor.||46°35´23.9"N, 8°7´5.3"E|
|Swiss Coor.||652075 / 160081|
|Links|| Topographic Detail |
 General information
The Schreckhorn (4,078 m) is a mountain in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland. It is the highest peak located entirely in the canton of Berne. The Schreckhorn is the northernmost Alpine four-thousander and is the most difficult alpine 4,000 m peak to climb with the easiest route being AD+.
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 Recommended Books
The Alpine 4000m Peaks by the Classic Routes by Richard Goedeke
Bernese Oberland: Selected Climbs (Alpine Club Guides) by Les Swindin
The Bernese Alps: A Walker's Guide (Cicerone Guide) by Kev Reynolds
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