- a mountain in S Switzerland, in the Bernese Alps. 12,149 feet (3715 meters).
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In 1909 an electric aerial monorail up the Wetterhorn in the Alps was put into operation.Every-day Science: Volume VII. The Conquest of Time and Space
Henry Smith Williams
Grand views we had of the Wetterhorn, the Faulhorn, and the upper and lower glaciers of Grindenwald.Over the Ocean
I rather thought of taking things easily myself and doing the Wetterhorn.
The big shoulder of the Wetterhorn seemed to fall just like the run on “shoulder.”The Note-Books of Samuel Butler
There are two of these glaciers in the valleys below the Schreckhorn and the Wetterhorn, near the long village of Grindelwald.Rudy and Babette
Hans Christian Andersen
- a mountain in S Switzerland, in the Bernese Alps. Height: 3701 m (12 143 ft)
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