Matterhorn Riffelsee 2005-06-11


A pyramidal peak is a steep-sided mountain which has been eroded by glaciers, and with sides made up of three or more corries.

The Matterhorn (4478m) in Switzerland is a dramatic example of a pyramidal peak, with four steep rock faces and four aretes rising to its summit.

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