Switzerland is a thriving capital country and one of the wealthiest, most stable countries in terms of society, economic development and the best living norm. It is rich in tourism resources and when it comes to Switzerland, the most famous spots are probably watches and beautiful landscapes. There are many snow mountains in Switzerland, the scenery is very beautiful, and the human habitat is also very comfortable, suitable for everyone to travel. There are many mountains in Switzerland, but each mountain has its own unique charm. Take a look at ten of the most famous mountains in Switzerland: Dufourspitze, Dom, Weisshorn, Schilthorn, Stanserhorn, Diavolezza, Eggishorn, Säntis, Jungfrau, Matterhorn.
Elevation: 4.634 m
Mount Dufourspitze lies at the highest point of Monte Rosa, where Switzerland and Italy are intersect. The thick snow covering the mountain should be very hard to climb it.
Elevation: 4.545 m
Atop the Dom, we can see white clouds drifting, meaning in German, "Dome", the Dom is the highest peak in Switzerland.
Elevation: 4.506 m
Weisshorn of the Alps, located between the Anniviers and Zermatt valleys in the Valais canton. Weisshorn is rated by many climbers as the most beautiful mountain in the Alps because of its pyramid shape and pure white slope.
Elevation: 2.970 m
Schilthorn has appeared in the movie 007 with thrilling combat footage. During the winter, Schilthorn is the starting place for the world's longest downhill skiing race, "Inferno ", beginning 91 years ago, in 1928. This is the world's largest amateur skiing race.
Độ cao: 1.898m
Stanserhorn is a popular tourist destination located in the state of Nidwalden near Obwalden, with no snow or ice, because the altitude is not too high. It is possible to see the undulating mountains covered with greenery.
Elevation: 2.973 m
Diavolezza is a mountain atop Val Bernina in Graubunden and is located between Munt Pers (northwest) and Piz Trovat (southeast). Diavolezza is covered with ice and snow that looks very magnificent.
Elevation: 2.927 m
Eggishorn is a mountain in the southeastern part of the Bernese Alps, located in the Jungfrau-Aletsch region, in 2001 which was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage SITE. From the summit, the view can also extend to Lepontine and Dom, Matterhorn, Weisshorn.
Elevation: 2.502 m
The peak of Säntis is also snowy all year round. Its special point is that as long as you have the courage to conquer it, you can see different styles of six countries.
Elevation: 4.158 m
The Jungfrau is located at an altitude of 4158 metres above sea level and is part of the world heritage along with the Aletsch Glacier. Located 20 to 30 km south of Interlaken, the Jungfrau is the highest mountain in the mountains.
Elevation: 4.478 m
Matterhorn is the Swiss symbol. Overall, the Matterhorn is very steep, like a triangular pyramid, and it is covered with snow. So it's hard to climb it.