Dom, Matterhorn and Weisshorn seen from Riederalp ridge, Switzerland, the Alps.
See the Dom, Matterhorn and Weisshorn (left to right) from Riederalp ridge, in the Pennine Alps, Valais/Wallis canton, Switzerland, Europe. The Dom (4545 m / 14,911 ft) is the third highest mountain in the Alps and the second highest in Switzerland (after Monte Rosa). Located in the Pennine/Valais Alps between Randa (in Matter Valley) and Saas-Fee, the Dom is the main summit of the Mischabel Group (German: Mischabelhörner), the highest massif lying entirely in Switzerland. The Mischabel Group (ancient German term for pitchfork) includes many summits above 4000 meters: the Nadelgrat, composed of the Lenzspitze, the Nadelhorn (4327 m/14,196 ft "Needle Peak"), Stecknadelhorn, Hohberghorn and Dürrenhorn; and Täschhorn (4491 m south/just left of highest peak in photo), plus the flat summit of the Alphubel (4206 m / 13,799 ft, further left). From Fiesch, lift to Fiesheralp, then hike to vast views of Aletsch Glacier via Hohbalm, Moosfluh, Hohfluh, Riderfurke, and Riederalp.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download