St Bernard Pass

St Bernard Pass may refer to:

  • Great St. Bernard Pass crosses the Valais Alps between Martigny, Switzerland and Aosta, Italy
  • Little St Bernard Pass lies between Mont Blanc and the Graian Alps, connecting Bourg St Maurice, France to Courmayeur, Italy

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