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11 Stunning Pictures Of The Mountains You Should Not Miss!

Breathtaking is an adjective we use a lot when talking about the mountains. Because, well, they are. But since we do not want to overuse it, we chose different words this time: Take a look at these spectacular, impressive photos of the Alps and decide for yourself: How would you describe them?


At the foot of Le Grand Jorasses (right) and Dent du Geant (far left) in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc you will find the starting point to one of the most famous ski routes in the world, the Vallee Blanche.


Cortina D'Ampezzo

For 17 years, Paolo Tassi has been working as a mountain guide in Cortina D’Ampezzo. Why he loves these mountains so much?  “Because they’re fierce.”



“I just feel better when I’m outside,” says mountain guide Stefan Bodemann from Davos. When you look at his "office", that’s totally understandable.



The Alpspitze in Garmisch-Partenkirchen against a background masterfully coloured by nature – the stuff that photoshop fanatics’ dreams are made of.



There are faces in the Grindelwald mountains. Do you see them?



Every year, pictures from the legendary Streif ski race in Kitzbühel catch the attention of the world. This photo shows that there is a lot more to discover in the Kitzbühel Alps.


Lech Zürs am Arlberg

An impressive interplay of light and shadow on the Wöster massif in Lech Zürs am Arlberg.



The smoking mountains of Megève.


Olympiaregion Seefeld

The Seefelder Jochbahn cable car takes you from Rosshütte to the Seefelder Joch. Feels like flying!


St. Anton am Arlberg

This sight answers the question why freeriders rave about the versatility of slopes in St. Anton am Arlberg.


St. Moritz

In this photo, mountains only play a supporting role for once. In the lead: black ice on Lake Silvaplana in St. Moritz. An extraordinary sight, brought to you by nature.


Photos: // Ian Ehm, Katharina Krutisch, Heiko Mandl, David Payr, Walter Oberbramberger

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