Turtmann — Fotopedia
Tasch e Dom de Mischabel
Wikipedia Article
See encyclopedia photos — 

Turtmann (French: Tourtemagne) is a former municipality in the district of Leuk in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. The municipalities of Turtmann and Unterems merged on 1 January 2013 into the new municipality of Turtmann-Unterems.

See encyclopedia photos — 

The Brunegghorn is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, overlooking the Mattertal in the canton of Valais. It is part of the Weisshorn group. On the west side of the mountain flows the Brunegg Glacier.

See encyclopedia photos — 
Dom (mountain)

The Dom is a mountain in the Pennine Alps above Saas Fee in the canton of Valais. With its 4,545 m (14,911 ft) summit it is the third highest peak in the Alps and the second highest in Switzerland. The Dom is the summit of the Mischabel range, the highest massif lying entirely in Switzerland.

Although Dom is a German cognate for 'dome', it can also mean 'cathedral' and the mountain is named after Canon Berchtold of Sitten cathedral, the first person to survey the vicinity.

The former name Mischabel comes from an ancient German dialect term for pitchfork, as the highest peaks of the massif stand close to each other.

See encyclopedia photos — 

The Mischabelhörner, or just Mischabel, is a massif in the Pennine Alps of Valais, Switzerland, which forms the divide between the Saastal and Mattertal. Of all its summits, the highest is the Dom; at 4545 m the highest peak completely inside Switzerland. The other two chief summits are the Täschhorn (4491 m), and Südlenz or Lenzspitze (4294 m).