Hochgebirgsführer durch die Berner Alpen (Guide To The Bernese Alps) Volume II; Gemmi bis Petersgrat; Volume III; Bietschhorn-und Aletschhorn - Gruppen
Bern Switzerland: A. Francke, 1931-1937. Second Edition. Hardcover. Volume II; 16mo; pp. 124, index; color maps, seven plates of peaks with climbing routes; Volume III; 16mo; pp; 182, index; color maps, over thirty plates of peaks and glaciers with climbing and crossing routes; terra-cotta cloth lettered in black; previous owner's name on a preliminary;. Very Good. Item #16286
The Bernese Alps are a subgroup of the Western Alps in Switzerland in the cantons of Bern and Valais. They form one of the vastest and most prominent mountain ranges of the Alps, between the Bernese Oberland in the north and the Rhone Valley in the south. The Bernese Alps are heavily glaciated. The two longest ice flow of the Alps, the Aletsch and Fiescher, flow from the south side of Bernese Alps into the Valais. The two volumes together.