The Bächlistock (left) and the Grosser Diamantstock (centre right) from the north side
|Elevation||3,247 m (10,653 ft)|
|Prominence||232 m (761 ft) |
The Bächlistock is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, overlooking the Unteraar Glacier in the canton of Bern. Its summit has an elevation of 3,247 metres above sea level and is the tripoint between the glacier valleys of Hiendertelltigletscher, Bächligletscher and Unteraar.