Liskamm (Lyskamm) 4527m mountain peak in Pennine Alps - XXIII - Stock Image

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Image of North and North-West face of Liskamm (Lyskamm) 4527m. Prominent glacier is Grenzgletscher (at the higher point) and Gornergletscher at the lower end.

Lyskamm (also spelled Liskamm) (4527 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps lying on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It consists of a five-kilometre-long ridge with two distinct peaks. The mountain has gained a reputation for seriousness because of the many cornices lying on the ridge and the frequent avalanches, thus leading to its nickname the Menschenfresser (man eater).

The Gorner Glacier descends in gentle slopes on the western side of Monte Rosa and flows towards Zermatt.

Image is captured in 14 bit RAW - processed in Adobe RGB color space. [file:670; Lot:68]

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