Great Saint Bernard

(redirected from Great St Bernard Pass)
Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to Great St Bernard Pass: Simplon Pass

Great Saint Bernard,

pass: see Saint BernardSaint Bernard,
two Alpine passes, both used since antiquity. The Great Saint Bernard (alt. 8,110 ft/2,472 m), on the Italian-Swiss border, links Valais canton, Switzerland, with Valle d'Aosta, Italy.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
A SWISS tourist bus plunged into an Alpine ravine near the Great St Bernard Pass, killing 12 people and injuring 15, four seriously.
It had been snowing around the Great St Bernard pass - a main route through the western Alps near the borders of France and Italy - but the narrow, winding road was only wet when yesterday's accident occurred.
Rescuers found the body of a woman whose car was caught in another mud slide on the road leading to the Great St Bernard pass crossing to Italy.
According to dpa, they were part of a group of five back-country skiers who had been on a tour near the Great St Bernard Pass on the border with Italy.
The Great St Bernard pass is one of the main routes through the western Alps near the borders of France and Italy.