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Piz Ot (Samedan) 3247 m Route archive

Piz Ot is the highest elevation of its range. Three ridges merge in an impressive, eye-catching granite pyramid. The western face is a steep rock and schrofen slope falling down to Val Bever. Piz Ot is the much-visited local mountain of Samedan offering a marvellous view.

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