Täschhorn

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Täschhorn
Täschhorn.jpg
West face of the Täschhorn
Highest point
Elevation4,491 m (14,734 ft)
Prominence210 m ↓ Domjoch
Isolation1.2 km → Dom
Parent peakDom
Coordinates46°05′01″N 7°51′26″E / 46.08361°N 7.85722°E / 46.08361; 7.85722Coordinates: 46°05′01″N 7°51′26″E / 46.08361°N 7.85722°E / 46.08361; 7.85722
Geography
Täschhorn is located in Switzerland
Täschhorn
Täschhorn
Location in Switzerland
LocationValais, Switzerland
Parent rangePennine Alps
Climbing
First ascent30 July 1862 by the Rev. John Llewelyn-Davies and Rev. J. W. Hayward with Stefan and Johann Zumtaugwald and Peter-Josef Summermatter
Easiest routeSSE ridge at AD

The Täschhorn (4,491 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, lying south of the Dom within the Mischabel range.

The first ascent of the mountain was by the Rev. John Llewelyn-Davies and Rev. J. W. Hayward with guides Stefan and Johann Zumtaugwald and Peter-Josef Summermatter on 30 July 1862.

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The Dom (left) and Täschhorn (right) from the north-west