The 10 most dominant Mountains of the Alps: #7 – Combin de Grafeneire

Combin de Grafeneire, Grand Combin, View from Mont Fort, Valais, Switzerland

Continuing my series about the most dominant mountains of the Alps: The Combin de Grafeneire (Dominance 26.5 km – Height 4’314 m) is a very special mountain looking like a crown. The plateau with various summits is covered by ice and snow all year. The 10 km long glacier coming down to the north is called Corbassière Glacier.

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