View from Montreux (east side)
|Elevation||1,080 m (3,540 ft)|
|Prominence||327 m (1,073 ft)|
|Coordinates||46°29′49″N 6°49′09″E / 46.49694°N 6.81917°ECoordinates: 46°29′49″N 6°49′09″E / 46.49694°N 6.81917°E|
Location in Switzerland
|Parent range||Swiss Prealps|
Mont Pèlerin (1,080 metres (3,540 ft)) (lit. "pilgrim mountain") is a mountain of the Swiss Prealps, overlooking Lake Geneva in the Swiss canton of Vaud. It lies north of Chardonne, near Vevey, the border with the canton of Fribourg running at the northern foot of the mountain.
The Mont Pelerin Society was named after the resort, following its inception at a meeting there in 1947.
- Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located near Sur le Mont at 753 metres.