2941m. Located above the town of Leukerbad, the Daubenhorn is a mountain in the Bernese Alps known for having the longest Via Ferrata in Switzerland built into its Southeast rock face which allows access to the summit (Finishing about 60m below the summit). It is also possible to reach the summit by trekking a circuitous route starting from Gemmi Pass.
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