The Dammastock (3,630 m) is the highest mountain in the Urner Alps in Switzerland and is part of the Winterberg massif. Its summit ridge forms the border between the cantons of Uri and the Valais. It is the highest summit in the canton of Uri. The tripoint between the cantons of Berne, Valais and Uri lies near the Eggstock, north of the Dammastock. Politically, the Dammastcok is split between the municipalities of Göschenen (Uri) and Obergoms (Valais).
The long ridge to the summit (right) above the Damma Glacier
|Elevation||3,630 m (11,910 ft)|
|Prominence||1,466 m (4,810 ft)|
|Isolation||21.6 km (13.4 mi)|
|Listing||Canton high point|
Location in Switzerland
|Location||Uri/Valais (massif partially in Bern)|
|Parent range||Urner Alps|
|Topo map||Swiss Federal Office of Topography swisstopo|
|First ascent||28 July 1864 by Albert Hoffmann-Burkhardt with guides Johann Fischer and Andreas von Weissenfluh|
|Easiest route||Glacier tour, F|
It was first climbed by Albert Hoffmann-Burkhardt with guides Johann Fischer and Andreas von Weissenfluh on 28 July 1864.
- Dammastock Hut (2,445 m)
- Hotel Tiefenbach (2,109 m)