The Hausstock is a mountain in the Glarus Alps, at an elevation of 3,158 m (10,361 ft) on the border between the cantons of Glarus and Graubünden. It overlooks the valleys of Linth and Sernf rivers in Glarus, and the valley of the Vorderrhein river in Graubünden. The Hausstock was the site of the 1799 withdrawal of the Russian army under General Alexander Suvorov. A well-known destination already in the nineteenth century with British and American climbers, the mountain remains popular with mountain climbers and skiers.
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit.
By elevation Hausstock is
# 24 out of 812 in the Glarus Alps # 11 out of 363 in Glarus # 23 out of 412 in Surselva
By prominence Hausstock is
# 7 out of 812 in the Glarus Alps # 4 out of 363 in Glarus # 36 out of 2367 in Grisons # 8 out of 412 in Surselva # 94 out of 10817 in Switzerland
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