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Switzerland. Canton Bern. Adelboden. Two men enjoy the skatepark in the late afternoon. View on the Gross Lohner (also spelled Gross Loner: Great Lohner),which is a limestone mountain of the Bernese Alps, located in the Bernese Oberland. The main summit has an elevation of 3,048.7 metres and is distinguished by the name Vorder Lohner ("Fore Lohner"). The mountain features several other peaks, from east to west: Nünihorn, 2,717 metres , Hinder Lohner (Rear Lohner), 2,929 metres, Mittler Lohner (Central Lohner), 3,002 metres and Mittaghorn, 2,678 metres. The Lohner range is located east of Adelboden in the Engstlige valley. The Gross Lohner is separated from the Chlyne Lohner (Small Lohner) to the north by the Bunderchrinde Pass. Adelboden is a mountain village and a municipality located in the Frutigen-Niedersimmental administrative district in the Bernese Highlands. 6.11.2020 © 2020 Didier Ruef