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Alpine 4000-meter Peaks

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M Range (Level 4)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mont Blanc48104697Savoy Alps2812.0 
 Monte Bianco di Courmayeur474818Savoy Alps.6 
2.Monte Rosa46342165Pennine Alps78.3 
 Grenzgipfel461810Pennine Alps.1 
 Nordend460994Pennine Alps.6 
3.Zumsteinspitze4563110Pennine Alps.5 
4.Signalkuppe4554102Pennine Alps.7 
5.Dom45451046Pennine Alps16.9 
6.Liskamm4527376Pennine Alps2.9 
7.Weisshorn45061189Pennine Alps11.1 
8.Täschhorn4491210Pennine Alps1.2 
 Liskamm-West Summit447962Pennine Alps1.1 
9.Matterhorn44781027Pennine Alps13.9 
 Pic Luigi Amadeo446939Savoy Alps.8 
10.Mont Maudit4465162Savoy Alps1.9 
11.Parrotspitze4432136Pennine Alps.9 
12.Dent Blanche4357895Pennine Alps7.4 
 Ludwigshöhe434158Pennine Alps.7 
 Weisshorn-North Gendarme433171Pennine Alps.7 
13.Nadelhorn4327206Pennine Alps1.7 
 Corno Nero432242Pennine Alps.2 
14.Grand Combin43141517Pennine Alps26.5 
 Dome de Goûter430458Savoy Alps2.0 
 Lenzspitze429486Pennine Alps.6 
15.Finsteraarhorn42742280Berner Oberland51.7 
16.Mont Blanc du Tacul4248213Savoy Alps1.4 
 Grand Pilier d'Angle424343Savoy Alps.7 
 Stecknadelhorn424130Pennine Alps.5 
 Pic Tyndall424121Pennine Alps.5 
17.Castor4228165Pennine Alps2.4 
18.Zinalrothorn4221471Pennine Alps4.5 
 Hohberghorn421977Pennine Alps.4 
19.Piramide Vincent4215128Pennine Alps.8 
20.Grandes Jorasses4208843Savoy Alps7.9 
21.Alphubel4206355Pennine Alps2.3 
22.Rimpfischhorn4199642Pennine Alps4.7 
23.Aletschhorn41931015Berner Oberland13.0 
24.Strahlhorn4190401Pennine Alps1.8 
 Picco Muzio418737Pennine Alps.2 
 Grand Combin de Valsorey418457Pennine Alps.7 
 Grandes Jorasses-Pointe Whymper418434Savoy Alps.2 
25.Dent d’Hérens4171692Pennine Alps3.8 
 Balmenhorn416712Pennine Alps.3 
26.Breithorn4164433Pennine Alps4.2 
 Breithorn-Central Summit415983Pennine Alps.7 
27.Jungfrau4158687Berner Oberland8.3 
28.Bishorn4153120Pennine Alps1.2 
 Grand Combin de la Tsessette413552Pennine Alps1.1 
29.Aiguille Verte4122689Savoy Alps7.4 
30.Aiguille Blanche4112178Savoy Alps.5 
 Pointe Croz411010Savoy Alps.3 
31.Mönch4107584Berner Oberland3.6 
32.Barre des Écrins41022044Dauphine Alps107.6 
 Grande Rocheuse410270Savoy Alps.2 
33.Pollux4092247Pennine Alps1.0 
 Pic Lory408812Dauphine Alps.2 
 Felikhorn408717Pennine Alps.9 
34.Schreckhorn4078788Berner Oberland5.9 
 Roccia Nera407515Pennine Alps1.0 
 Pointe Marguerite406550Savoy Alps.4 
35.Ober Gabelhorn4063536Pennine Alps3.4 
36.Gran Paradiso40611879Graian Alps44.6 
 Mont Brouillard405339Savoy Alps.5 
37.Aiguille de Bionassay4052160Savoy Alps2.1 
38.Piz Bernina40492234Rhaetian Alps138.0 
38.Gross-Fiescherhorn4049391Berner Oberland5.0 
 Punta Giordani40466Pennine Alps.5 
 Pointe Elena404510Savoy Alps.1 
40.Gross-Grünhorn4044305Berner Oberland2.5 
41.Lauteraarhorn4042128Berner Oberland1.1 
42.Dürrenhorn4035119Pennine Alps.9 
 Aiguille du Jardin403537Savoy Alps.2 
43.Allalinhorn4027265Pennine Alps2.7 
 Gran Paradiso-Il Roc402628Graian Alps.4 
44.Hinter-Fiescherhorn4025102Berner Oberland.8 
 La Spedla40208Rhaetian Alps.2 
45.Weissmies40171179Pennine Alps11.4 
46.Dome de Rochefort4015190Savoy Alps.8 
47.Dent du Géant4013139Savoy Alps1.3 
 Punta Baretti401356Savoy Alps.4 
48.Lagginhorn4010511Pennine Alps3.3 
49.Aiguille de Rochefort4001106Savoy Alps.7 
50.Les Droites4000204Savoy Alps1.1 

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List Description

This list was inspired by Richard Goedeke's guidebook The Alpine 4000m Peaks - by the Classic Routes, and many of the prominence numbers come from an early edition of this seminal work.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       The Alpine 4000m Peaks by the Classic Routes (Goedeke)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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