Located just north of the Weisshorn in the Swiss canton of Valais, Bishorn (4153m) has two summits separated by a 600-meter ridge. Its western summit is the highest and its eastern summit (known as Pointe Burnaby,4134m), the lowest. It’s a relatively easy 4-thousander to climb and it’s also a great peak to do on skis during the Spring. From the top, you’ll enjoy some of the most amazing panoramas in the Pennine Alps. Explore-Share.com only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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