Schneebiger Nock

The Schneebiger Nock, in old literature also called the Ruthnerhorn, is 3,358 metres high and, after the , the second highest mountain of the , a range in the western part of the .

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is situated 660 metres southeast of Schneebiger Nock. Photo: FatAlbert, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is situated 1 km south of Schneebiger Nock. Photo: Cactus26, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is situated 1¼ km southeast of Schneebiger Nock. Photo: Sternchenzaehler, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is situated 1 km east of Schneebiger Nock. Photo: Cactus26, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Schneebiger Nock

46.9055° or 46° 54' 19.9" north
12.0841° or 12° 5' 2.7" east
Open Location Code
3,357 metres (11,014 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1246395639
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Monte Nevoso (bukid sa Italya)
  • Cebuano: Monte Nevoso
  • Chinese: 施內比格諾克山
  • Dutch: Schneebiger Nock
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: جبل ستشنيبيجير نوك
  • French: Schnee Bigger Noch
  • French: Schneebiger Nock
  • German: Ruthnerhorn
  • German: Schneebiger Nock
  • Italian: Monte Nevoso
  • Norwegian: Schneebiger Nock
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Schneebiger Nock
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Schneebiger Nock
  • Polish: Schneebiger Nock
  • Russian: Шнеебигер Нок
  • Monte Nevoso - Schneebiger Nock

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