Summit Crosses Series 
Four special stamps with breathtaking views of Liechtenstein’s mountain landscape are continuing the “Summit Crosses” series. To the north-west of Sass, the two rock columns that form the “Kelchle” (fact value: CHF 1.00) rise to 1,914 metres above sea level. The “Mittlerspitz” (face value: CHF 2.00) owes its name to its position between Mittagsspitz and Rotspitz and the “Hubel” (face value: CHF 2.60) is a mountain ridge located in the high valley of Malbun. The folded layers of rock at “Kläusli” (fact value: CHF 1.50) similarly present a fascinating sight. The stamp also serves as Liechtenstein’s SEPAC stamp this year on the theme of “Spectacular views”.
text: Post of Liechtenstein.

Placeholder imageThe stamp (face value 1.50) also serves as Liechtenstein’s SEPAC stamp this year on the theme of “Spectacular views”.
A distant view towards the Bernina Range in the south.


Liechtenstein 2018 summit crosses stamp Kelchle
Kelchle
is a rock tower on Schönberg mountain.
47° 7'13.26"N 9°35'52.81"E

Liechtenstein 2018 summit crosses stamp Kläusli
Kläusli (Samlichlaus)
is a rock just west of the Vorder Grauspitz summit (Schwarzhorn).
47° 3'10.30"N 9°34'47.57"E
The Bernina Range in the background.

Liechtenstein 2018 summit crosses stamp Mittlerspitz
Mittlerspitz
is a summit of the Falknis massif.
47° 3'53.59"N 9°32'23.46"E

Liechtenstein 2018 summit crosses stamp Hubel
Hubel (Silberhorn)
is between Augstenberg and Nospitz
47° 5'13.01"N 9°36'20.01"E
A view towards Gamsgrat, Ochsenkopf and Galinakopf (left)

Liechtenstein 2018 summit crosses stamp Hubel