The Schwarzhorn (Italian: Corno Nero) is a 4,321-metre-high summit in the Italian Alps just next to the Swiss border.
It is part of the Monte Rosa massif in the Wallis Alps, which lie on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The Schwarzhorn itself lies on the ridge running south from the Ludwigshöhe to the Vincent Pyramid. Its valley settlements are Zermatt in Switzerland and Alagna on the Italian side.
There's a demanding alpine trail (T5) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Bivacco Felice Giordano located 328m/1 075ft WSW of the summit.
By elevation Corno Nero is
# 31 out of 60693 in the Alps # 4 out of 390 in Vercelli # 21 out of 1787 in Valais/Wallis # 21 out of 345 in Visp # 23 out of 42694 in Italy # 9 out of 4320 in Piemont # 16 out of 1186 in Aosta Valley # 21 out of 10817 in Switzerland # 21 out of 2009 in the Pennine Alps
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