Location in Switzerland
|Elevation||3,165 m (10,384 ft)|
|Prominence||471 m (1,545 ft)|
|Isolation||10.4 km (6.5 mi)|
|Parent peak||Piz Languard|
|Coordinates||46°37′37.8″N 10°5′41.7″E / 46.627167°N 10.094917°ECoordinates: 46°37′37.8″N 10°5′41.7″E / 46.627167°N 10.094917°E|
|Parent range||Livigno Alps|
Piz Quattervals (Romansh lit. "peak of the four valleys") is a mountain of the Livigno Alps, located in Graubünden, Switzerland. With a height of 3,165 metres above sea level, Piz Quattervals is the highest mountain of the chain north of Pass Chaschauna. Its mass lies between four valleys: Val Tantermozza, Valletta, Val Sassa and Val Müschauns, although its summit lies between the first three mentioned. Piz Quattervals is the highest accessible peak within the Swiss National Park.