Highest peak mountain in Switzerland and an array of Monte Rosa is the Dufour Peak in the Pennine Alps, whose height exceeds 4.6 thousand meters above sea level.
Vertex is named after Guillaume-Henri Dufour, a Swiss engineer and commander, who became director of operations of the military topographic maps of the country.
The first ascent of the highest peak committed group of British climbers in 1855. Nowadays, the highest point in Switzerland Dufour is the aim to achieve for professionals in the sport.
The Massif are the popular Italian ski resorts, which are equipped with trails for skiers of different levels of skating and all facilities for comfortable stay of tourists.