Bernese Alps panorama from Schynige Platte - VII - Stock Image

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Mountains in Bernese Alps, Switzerland. From the left to the right side: The Eiger 3 ,970 m (13,020 ft), The Mönch (German: "monk") 4,107 m (13,474 ft), The Jungfrau (German: "maiden/virgin") 4,158 m (13,642 ft), Grosshorn 3,754 m (12,317 ft) and Breithorn 3,782 m (12,409 ft).

These summits forms a highly recognisable group of mountains visible from far away.

In the center of the image is famous North face of Eiger. The Nordwand, German for "north wall" or "north face," is the spectacular north (or, more precisely, northwest) face of the Eiger (also known as the Eigernordwand: "Eiger north wall"). It is one of the six great north faces of the Alps, towering over 1,800 m (5,900 ft) above Kleine Scheidegg. At 2,866 metres inside the mountain lies the Eigerwand railway station. The station is connected to the north face by a tunnel opening at the face, which has sometimes been used to rescue climbers.

Image is captured in 14 bit RAW - processed in ProPhoto RGB color space. [file:988-1004; Lot:70]

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