Eiger

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Ei·ger

 (ī′gər)
A peak, 3,970 m (13,025 ft) high, in the Alps of south-central Switzerland. The Eiger's north face was first climbed in 1938.

Eiger

(German ˈaiɡər)
n
(Placename) a mountain in central Switzerland, in the Bernese Alps. Height: 3970 m (13 025 ft)
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Main picture: Snowshoe trekking at Eggbergen in the Schaechen Valley and insets (clockwise from top) Zurich and the Limmat River; snowboarding in front of the Matterhorn; the Kelchbach chair lift above the Kuehmatte area at Belalp; and relaxing in front of Mount Eiger
Sadly, heavy snowfall and the risk of avalanche kept the restaurant out of reach during our one week visit to the resort, which lies in the shadow of the stunning Mount Eiger.
Robert Bratton, from Anglesey, and climbing partner Daniel Surchat, died instantly when they fell from a narrow ridge on Mount Eiger, Switzerland, onto a glacier.