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The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from Findeln Village in the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

Oeschinensee is an alpine lake in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. It is a place where dairy cows graze the wildflower filled meadows and hikers roam freely on the trails. The lake is fed through a series of mountain streams and drains underground. The lake is usually frozen from December to May when ice skating may be possible. In 2007 the lake became part of the Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lake was photographed from Blumlisalp near Kandersteg, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Lauterbrunnen Valley is a narrow steep walled valley in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. The valley is also lined with wildflower filled alpine meadows where herds of dairy cows are frequently seen grazing. This view of the foggy valley and grazing cows was photographed from Oberhornsee, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Schilthorn at 9,744 feet above sea level is a summit in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. It overlooks the Lauterbrunnen Valley. The Schilthorn lies above the village of Murren where a cable car takes passengers to the summit. The red gondola was photographed traveling the cable toward Schilthorn Station in the fog. The gondola departed from Murren, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Lauterbrunnen Valley is a narrow steep walled valley in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. The valley is also lined with wildflower filled alpine meadows where herds of dairy cows are frequently seen grazing. This view of the valley and a meadow of wildflowers was photographed from Tschinglehorn, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Breithorn, at 13,661 feet elevation, is a mostly glaciated peak lying on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The closest town is Zermatt in the Swiss Canton of Valais. The Breithorn which is German for “broad horn” is part of the Pennine Alps. Its highest peak is the Western Summit, whose first ascent was recorded in 1813. This photograph of the Breithorn was taken from Tschinglehorn in the Lauterbrunnen Valley of Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Eiger is a 13,025 foot mountain in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. It overlooks Grindelwald and the Lauterbrunnen Valley. According to Swiss folklore, the Eiger is referred to as "the ogre." The first ascent of the Eiger was on August 11, 1858 by Anderl Heckmair and Heinrich Harrer. The Eiger was photographed from First near Grindelwald, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

Visitors to the alpine meadows in Switzerland are frequently greeted by herds of dairy cows as well as other livestock. These two pigs were photographed while roaming the meadows at Kleine Scheidegg near Grindelwald, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from Schonbiel Hut in the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Schilthorn at 9,744 feet above sea level is a summit in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. It overlooks the Lauterbrunnen Valley. The Schilthorn lies above the village of Murren where a cable car takes passengers to the summit. The red gondola was photographed approaching the Schilthorn Station in the fog. The gondola departed from Murren, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Breithorn, at 13,661 feet elevation, is a mostly glaciated peak lying on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The closest town is Zermatt in the Swiss Canton of Valais. The Breithorn which is German for “broad horn” is part of the Pennine Alps. Its highest peak is the Western Summit, whose first ascent was recorded in 1813. This photograph of the Breithorn was taken from Tschinglehorn in the Lauterbrunnen Valley of Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from Schonbiel Hut in the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from the beautiful meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Lauterbrunnen Valley is a narrow steep walled valley in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. The valley is also lined with wildflower filled alpine meadows where herds of dairy cows are frequently seen grazing. This view of the valley and a meadow of wildflowers was photographed from Tschinglehorn, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Steinbock or Alpine Ibex (Capra ibex) is a species of wild mountain goat in the genus Capra, distinguished by the male's large curved horns. The ibex is found throughout Eurasia, North Africa, and East Africa. The male ibex is larger and heavier than the female. The most noticeable difference being the large size of the male horns. The female has smaller, thinner horns which develop more slowly than the male. The ibex is born with horns and the horns continue to grow throughout the rest of the ibex’s life. This large male ibex was photographed while standing in a meadow at Blumlisalp near Oeschinensee, Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from the beautiful Fluhalp meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

The Breithorn, at 13,661 feet elevation, is a mostly glaciated peak lying on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The closest town is Zermatt in the Swiss Canton of Valais. The Breithorn which is German for “broad horn” is part of the Pennine Alps. Its highest peak is the Western Summit, whose first ascent was recorded in 1813. This photograph of the Breithorn with the iconic Swiss flag was taken from Obersteinberg in the Lauterbrunnen Valley of Bern Canton, Switzerland.

The Matterhorn (14,692') in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy is probably one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. This picture was taken from the beautiful Fluhalp meadows above the town of Zermatt in Valais Canton in Switzerland.

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