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The Brunnistock (left) and the Surenen Pass
Elevation 2,952 m (9,685 ft)
Prominence 661 m (2,169 ft)[1]
Parent peak Titlis
Location in Switzerland
Location Uri, Switzerland
Range Urner Alps

46°50′52.4″N 8°32′59.6″E / 46.847889°N 8.549889°E / 46.847889; 8.549889Coordinates: 46°50′52.4″N 8°32′59.6″E / 46.847889°N 8.549889°E / 46.847889; 8.549889

The Brunnistock is a mountain of the Urner Alps, overlooking the Surenen Pass, in the Swiss canton of Uri. With a height of 2,952 metres above sea level, the Brunnistock is the highest mountain of the range lying north of the Surenen Pass. On the north-west side lies a glacier named Blüemlisalpfirn.

The closest locality is Attinghausen on the eastern foot of the mountain.


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