Piz Quattervals

Piz Quattervals (Romansh lit. "peak of the four valleys") is a mountain of the Livigno Alps, located in Graubünden, Switzerland. With a height of 3,165 metres above sea level, Piz Quattervals is the highest mountain of the chain north of Pass Chaschauna. Its mass lies between four valleys: Val Tantermozza, Valletta, Val Sassa and Val Müschauns, although its summit lies between the first three mentioned. Piz Quattervals is the highest accessible peak within the Swiss National Park.

Piz Quattervals
Highest point
Elevation3,165 m (10,384 ft)
Prominence471 m (1,545 ft)[1]
Isolation10.4 km (6.5 mi)[2]
Parent peakPiz Languard
Coordinates46°37′37.8″N 10°5′41.7″E
Geography
Piz Quattervals
Location in Switzerland
LocationGraubünden, Switzerland
Parent rangeLivigno Alps

See also

References

  1. Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Pass Chaschauna (2,694 m).
  2. Retrieved from Google Earth. The nearest point of higher elevation is east of Piz Sarsura.


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