|Location Bern, Switzerland|
Elevation 2,051 m
Parent peak Burgfeldstand
|Parent range Emmental Alps|
Prominence 372 m
Mountain range Emmental Alps, Alps
|Similar Burgfeldstand, Gemmenalphorn, Sieben Hengste, Fromberghorn, Ärmighorn|
2010 sigriswiler rothorn und schafsloch
The Sigriswiler Rotorn is a mountain of the Emmental Alps, located north of Sigriswil in the canton of Bern. With an elevation of 2,051 metres above sea level, it is the culminating point of the chain named Sigriswilergrat.
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- Map of Sigriswiler Rothorn, 3657 Sigriswil, Switzerland
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Map of Sigriswiler Rothorn, 3657 Sigriswil, Switzerland
Swiss alps sigriswiler rothorn bike and hike trip full hd 1080p
The ridge is located about 12 km east of Thun. The Sigriswilergrat chain stretches from Lake Thun at Merligen over some 7 kilometres to the northeast to the edge of the Zulgtals. Major peaks are found from the southwest to the northeast including Fluh (1,658 m above sea level), Merra (1,954 m above sea level), Sigriswiler Rothorn (2,051 m above sea level, which is also the highest mountain in the chain), Mittaghorn (2,014 m above sea level), Schaflägerzähne (1,952 m above sea level) and Burst (1,969 m above sea level).
Sigriswilergrat was formed by the Helvetic System over the course of approximately 160 million years. From a geological point of view Sigriswilergrat was formed of Helvetic sediments, these were deposited between approximately 225 to 66 million years ago.