The Aletsch Glacier is a glacier in the Bernese Alps. It is the largest glacier in Switzerland and of the Alps.
The Aletsch Glacier begins at various points south of the Mönch and the Jungfrau, on the border between the cantons of Bern and Valais. Thus, strictly speaking, the glacier does not belong to the Bernese Oberland. Three large glaciers, the Grosse Aletschfirn, the Jungfraufirn and the Ewigschneefeld unite at the Konkordiaplatz in the Aletsch Glacier. The view from the Jungfraujoch extends for miles over the Aletsch Glacier. The glacier flows south into Valais and discharges into the Massa River, which itself flows back into the Rhone after less than 10 km.
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