The Blüemlisalp is a massif of the Bernese Alps, in the territory of the municipalities of Kandersteg and Reichenbach im Kandertal.
Its main peaks are:
Blüemlisalphorn (3,661 m)
Wyssi Frau (3,648 m) 46°29′35″N 7°47′0″E
Morgenhorn (3,623 m) 46°29′46″N 7°47′28″E
The entire massif is contained within the canton of Berne, as it lies north of the main crest and water divide of the Bernese Alps. To the west, it is connected with the Doldenhorn group via the Oeschinenhorn and Fründenhorn peaks; to the east, it is continued by the Gspaltenhorn. To the south, it is connected to the main crest by the Tschingel Pass.
Ascent is from the Blüemlisalphütte (2,840 m), over the glacier, past the Wildi Frau (3,260 m)
By elevation Wyssi Frau is
# 4 out of 279 in Verwaltungskreis Frutigen-Niedersimmental # 29 out of 1615 in Bern # 56 out of 1128 in the Bernese Alps
By prominence Wyssi Frau is
# 77 out of 279 in Verwaltungskreis Frutigen-Niedersimmental
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