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The Bec des Rosses is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, overlooking Verbier in the Swiss canton of Valais. It is connected to Verbier and the 4 Vallees ski area.

Bec des Rosses
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The northern side
Highest point
Elevation3,223 m (10,574 ft)
Prominence283 m (928 ft) [1]
Parent peakMont Fort
Coordinates46°4′19″N 7°17′56″E / 46.07194°N 7.29889°E / 46.07194; 7.29889Coordinates: 46°4′19″N 7°17′56″E / 46.07194°N 7.29889°E / 46.07194; 7.29889
Bec des Rosses is located in Switzerland
Bec des Rosses
Bec des Rosses
Location in Switzerland
LocationValais, Switzerland
Parent rangePennine Alps

Each year the Bec des Rosses hosts the world's most prestigious extreme skiing and snowboarding contest, the Verbier Extreme. Most routes down the face are between 55 and 60 degrees, and for this reason the Bec des Rosses is renowned as one of the toughest mountains to ski in the Alps.


  1. ^ Swisstopo maps

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