Mont Vully

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Mont Vully
Mont Vully.jpg
View from Lake Neuchâtel (north side)
Highest point
Elevation653 m (2,142 ft)
Prominence173 m (568 ft) [1]
Isolation10.3 km (6.4 mi) [2]
Coordinates46°57′50″N 07°05′38″E / 46.96389°N 7.09389°E / 46.96389; 7.09389Coordinates: 46°57′50″N 07°05′38″E / 46.96389°N 7.09389°E / 46.96389; 7.09389
Geography
Mont Vully is located in Switzerland
Mont Vully
Mont Vully
Location in Switzerland
LocationFribourg, Switzerland
Climbing
Easiest routeTrail

Mont Vully (653 m) is a hill of the Swiss Plateau, located between Lake Morat and Lake Neuchâtel in the canton of Fribourg, east of the border with the canton of Vaud.

The south side, overlooking Murten and its lake, is covered by vineyards. The north side, overlooking Lake Neuchâtel, is mostly wooded.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located between Estavayer-le-Lac and Bussy at 480 metres.
  2. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The nearest point of higher elevation is east of the Roches de Châtollion.

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