Lauterbrunnen Breithorn is one of several mountains called “Breithorn,” and stands on the border of Bern and Valais, directly north of the Blatten Breithorn, which is just across the border in Switzerland’s Valais Canton. It is east of Tschingelhorn and west of the Aletsch Glacier in the Jungfrau-Aletsch Protected Area, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001. Its parent peak is the Jungfrau.
The mountain is located in the Swiss cantons of Bern and Valais and overlooks the beautiful Lötschental valley.
Mountain Range: Bernese Alps
Elevation: 12,400 feet / 3,780 meters
Prominence: 1,453 feet / 443 meters
First Ascent: July 31, 1865 by Edmund von Fellenberg
Fun Fact: Lauterbrunnen Breithorn is the 27th highest peak in the Bernese Alps.