from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- An Alpine pass, 2,165 m (7,103 ft) high, of southern Switzerland between the Rhone and Aare river valleys.
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The Grimsel Pass is the valley of the Aar; it is also the eastern flank of that great _massif, _ or bulk and mass of mountains called the
The top of the Grimsel Pass, which is a little over 7,000 feet above sea-level, is the most desolate and bare of all such mountain passes.
I had brandy there, and on going out I found that it stood at the foot of a sharp ridge which was the true Grimsel Pass, the neck which joins the
The glacier-crowned ridge of the Bernese Alps is crossed by no wagon road between the Grimsel Pass and the upper Rhone highway around their western end, a distance of 100 kilometers (62 miles).
In those days, and for many years later, there was only a mule-path over the adjacent Grimsel Pass, but now there is