Piz Cambrialas (3,208 m) is a mountain of the Glarus Alps, overlooking the Val Russein in the Swiss canton of Graubünden.
The mountain lies in the range between the Maderanertal and the Val Russein and has two summits of nearly-identical height separated by a ca. 100 m deep saddle. The north summit (3,205 m) is 100 m southeast of the watershed and the border with the canton of Uri. It can be relatively easily ascended over the Ober Hüfifirn glacier.
The 3 m higher south summit can be reached in about an hour over the ridge connecting the summits, via a 6 hour scramble over the south ridge, or via the east ridge with up to UIAA IV+ climbing. The rarely visited true summit reportedly was only reached in 1905, very late for a mountain in the Alps and 39 years after the north summit had been scaled.
We use GPS information embedded into the photo when it is available.
3D mountains overlay
Adjust mountain panorama to perfectly match your photos because recorded by camera photo position might be imprecise.
Choose which peak labels should make into the final photo and what photo title should be.
This 3D model of Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal was made using the PeakVisor app topographic data. The mobile app features higher precision models worldwide, more topographic details, and works offline. Download PeakVisor maps today.
Download OBJ model
The download should start shortly. If you find it useful please consider supporting the PeakVisor app.
PeakVisor for iOS and Android
Be a superhero of outdoor navigation with state-of-the-art 3D maps and mountain identification in the palm of your hand!