Passes of the Silvretta and Rätikon Ranges

:"This article lists mountain passes of the Silvretta, Rätikon, Verwall and Samnaun Ranges of the Alps. They should be incorporated into the pages of those individual ranges to which they belong." The chief passes of the Silvretta and Rhatikon Ranges, from the Fuela Pass to the Reschen Scheideck and the Arlberg Pass, are:

:"Note: road status as of|1911|lc=on."

Mountain passlocationtype (as of 1911)elevation

JamjochGuarda to GalturSnow 0 meters10 112 feet
Fuorcla del ConfinSilvretta Pass to the Vermunt GlacierSnow 3058 meters10,033 feet
BuinluckeGuarda to PatenenSnow 3054 meters10,020 feet
Silvretta PassKlosters to LavinSnow 3013 meters9886 feet
ZahnluckeJam Glen to the Fimber GlenSnow 2960 meters9712 feet
VerstanklathorKlosters to LavinSnow 2951 meters9682 feet
Fuorcla d'UrezzasArdez to GalturSnow 2915 meters9564 feet
Fuorcla TasnaArdez to IschglSnow 2857 meters9374 feet
Fuorcla MaisasRemus to the SamnaunGlenSnow 2852 meters9357 feet
Vermunt or Fermunt PassGuarda to PatenenSnow 2802 meters9193 feet
Futschol PassArdez to GalturFoot path 2773 meters9098 feet
Fuorcla Zadrell or Vernela PassKlosters to LavinSnow 2753 meters9033 feet
Cuolm d'Alp bella or Vignitz PassSamnaun Glen to KapplFoot path 2698 meters8852 feet
SchafbucheljochMathon to St AntonFoot path 2647 meters8685 feet
Fimber PassRemus to IschglBridle path 2612 meters8570 feet
Scheien PassKlosters to the See GlenFoot path 2608 meters8557 feet
Vereina Pass or Pass da Val TortaKlosters to LavinFoot path 2603 meters8540 feet
Zebles PassIschgl to the Samnaun GlenBridle path 2545 meters8350 feet
GarnerajochKlosters to GaschurnFoot path 2485 meters8153 feet
Fless PassKlosters to SusFoot path 2452 meters8045 feet
St Antonien or GargellenjochSt Antonien to St GallenkirchFoot path 2375 meters7792 feet
DrusenthorSchiers to SchrunsFoot path 2350 meters7710 feet
VerrajochlLuenersee to the SchweizerthorFoot path 2331 meters7648 feet
Ofen PassSchweizerthor to SchrunsFoot path 2293 meters7523 feet
CavelljochBludenz and the Luenersee to SeewisFoot path 2238 meters7343 feet (Rätikon)
Gruben PassSt Antoenien to SchrunsFoot path 2235 meters7333 feet
SchlappinerjochKlosters to St GallenkirchBridle path 2200 meters7218 feet
SchweizerthorSchiers to SchrunsFoot path 2151 meters7057 feet (Rätikon)
BielerhohePartenen to GaltuerBridle path 2021 meters6631 feet
ZeinisjochPartenen to GaltuerBridle path 1852 meters6076 feet
Arlberg PassLandeck to BludenzCarriage road over
Railway tunnel beneath
1802 meters5912 feet

References

*1911


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