Aerial of Morning Fog over Mountain Peak

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Morning fog rises off mountain peaks near Zermatt where climbers aspire to the top of the Matterhorn, Ober Gabeilhorn and Wellenkuppe. Classic mountains shapes were formed with the African land mass collided with Eurasia and granite rock was squeezed upward.<br />
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Scenic aerials of the Alps near the Matterhorn in Zermatt.  Mountain rescues are made daily in high season.  Bruno Jelk has made 3000 rescues and heads the team.  They found on Wellenkuppe--2 dead British climbers and two injured Spanish on Obergabelhorn--also another dead German.
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Morning fog rises off mountain peaks near Zermatt where climbers aspire to the top of the Matterhorn, Ober Gabeilhorn and Wellenkuppe. Classic mountains shapes were formed with the African land mass collided with Eurasia and granite rock was squeezed upward.

Scenic aerials of the Alps near the Matterhorn in Zermatt. Mountain rescues are made daily in high season. Bruno Jelk has made 3000 rescues and heads the team. They found on Wellenkuppe--2 dead British climbers and two...
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