From the Maloja Pass the main watershed dips to the southeast for a short distance, and then runs eastwards and nearly over the highest summit of the Bernina group, the Piz Bernina (13,304 ft.), to the Bernina Pass.
Bernina Alps (from the Maloja to the Reschen Scheideck and the Stelvio, south and east of the Val Bregaglia and of the Engadine and north of the Valtellina).
Chief Peaks of the Bernina Alps.
Monte Massuccio Mont la Schera 10,568 ï¿½ 10,427 10,424 10,358 10,355 10,299 10,204 10,099 10,0 79 10,oio 10,007 '0,007 9,955 9,784 9,777 9,321 9,239 8,494 Chief Passes of the Bernina Alps.
Diavolezza Pass(Bernina road to the Morteratsch Glen), snow Passo di Dosde (Val Grosina to Val Viola Bormina), foot path..
Passo di Sacco (Bernina road to Grosio), foot path.
Umbrail Pass or Wermserjoch (Munster Valley to the Stelvio road), carriage road Passo di Val Viola (Bernina road to Bormio), bridle path Giufplan Pass (Ofen road to Fraele), bridle path.
Bernina Pass (Pontresina to Tirano), carriage road Forcola di Livigno (Bernina Pass to Livigno), small carriage road..
(i) Before 1st January 1858:-Titlis (1744), Ankogel (1762), Mont Velan (1'779), Mont Blanc (1786), Rheinwaldhorn (1789), Gross Glockner (1800), Ortler (1804), Jungfrau (1811), Finsteraarhorn (1812), Zumsteinspitze (1820), Todi (1824), Altels (1834), Piz Linard (1835), Gross Venediger (1841), Signalkuppe (1842), Wetterhorner ï¿½ (1844-1845), Mont Pelvoux (1848), Diablerets and Piz Bernina (both in 1850), highest point of Monte Rosa (1855), Laquinhorn (1856) and Pelmo (1857).
Martel, Le Massif de la Bernina (1894); J.
Above the town to the north rise the snowclad peaks of the Bernina group. The railway goes on to Tirano, 16 m.
Farther east, from which diverge the Bernina and Stelvio roads.