Doldenhorn, Kandersteg, Frutigen-Niedersimmental administrative district, Oberland administrative region, Bern, 3718, Švicarska

Doldenhorn, rising to an elevation of 3,638 meters, is an imposing peak in the Bernese Alps, prominently visible from the Bernese Oberland region, particularly Kandersteg. This mountain is distinguished by its notable prominence and its geographical proximity to Lake Oeschinen on its northern face. A key landmark in the Swiss Alpine landscape, the Doldenhorn first saw climbers reach its summit on June 30, 1862, marking a significant moment in the mountaineering history of the Bernese Alps. The mountain’s closest higher neighbor is situated near the Blüemlisalp, further enhancing its standing in the region.