The Piz Palü is a 3'901 metres high mountain in the Bernina Range of the Rhaetian Alps. The mountain has three peaks, Muot dal Palü (3'901 m), Piz Palü Orientale (3'882 m) and Piz Spinas (3'823 m).
Piz Spinas marks the border to Italy, the other two peaks are situated within Switzerland.
First ascent of its highest peak:
1866 by Kenelm Edward Digby, guide Peter Jenny and a porter or on 28 June 1868 by A.E. Moore, Horace Walker and Jakob Anderegg.
Albert Wachler, Mr. Wallner and Mr. George with the guides Hans and Christian Grass made the first traverse of all three peaks on 22 July 1868.
Switzerland 1970, Piz Palü.
Switzerland 1999, Bernina Range seen from Schafberg.
Painting of Giovanni Segantini 1858-1899, ¨Noon in the Alps¨.
Switzerland 2009, Piz Bernina and Bernina Range, seen from Morteratsch Valley.