Elevation (feet): 13,799
Elevation (meters): 4,206
Continent: Europe
Country: Switzerland
Range/Region: Pennine Alps
Latitude: 46.062257
Longitude: 7.864389
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1860
First successful climber(s): Leslie Stephen, T. W. Hinchliff, Melchior Anderegg, and Peter Perren
Nearest major airport: Geneva
Convenient Center: Saas Fee

Thanks to MMag. phil. Bernhard Fleisch and Marshall Hall for contributing to these details. (View history)

The Alphubel (4206 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland. It is part of the Mischabel range, which culminates at the Dom (4,545 m). The first ascent of the mountain was by Leslie Stephen and T. W. Hinchliff with guides Melchior Anderegg and Peter Perren on 9 August 1860, starting at Täsch and via the south-east ridge and the Alphubeljoch. From the summit you see across the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa.

Thanks to MMag. phil. Bernhard Fleisch for this description.