Mountain Groups and hiking trails

Here is a map of the geographical breakdown of the Alps, which is consistent with the classification SOIUSA.
Wikipedia: SOIUSA

This is not about a simple breakdown by country of: Austrian Alps, Swiss Alps, French Alps, Italian Alps, Bavarian Alps and the Slovenian Alps. This is a map of geographical division in accordance with the classification of the Alps SOIUSA. Developed data include 5 major chains, 36 groups and 132 subgroups. Mountain subgroups are described by the following: name of the subgroup (mountain range), the name of the group, the name of the main chain, photo of highest mountain, and name and height of highest mountain, and links to information in the wikipedia page.

Mountain Groups and hiking trails are described in the following data: name, section, chain, highest peak, link to Wikipedia, photo.

07.5 Alps Mont Blanc

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 07.5 Masyw Mont Blanc -
Italian Alps French Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 07 Graian Alps


highest peak: Monte Bianco (4.810 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

08.2 Prealpi del Giffre

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 08.2 Masyw Giffre -
French Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 08 Pre-Alps of Savoy


highest peak: Haute Cime des Dents du Midi (3.257 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

08.3 Prealpi dello Sciablese

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 08.3 Masyw Chablais -
French Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 08 Pre-Alps of Savoy


highest peak: Hauts-Forts (2.466 m)

09.1 Alpi del Grand Combin

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 09.1 Masyw Grand Combin -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 09 Pennine Alps


highest peak: Grand Combin de Grafeneire (4.314 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

09.2 Alpi del Weisshorn e del Cervino

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 09.2 Grupa Weisshorn i Matterhorn -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 09 Pennine Alps


highest peak: Weisshorn (4.505 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

09.3 Alpi del Monte Rosa

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 09.3 Monte Rosa -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 09 Pennine Alps


highest peak: Punta Dufour (4.634 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

09.5 Alpi del Mischabel e del Weissmies

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 09.5 Alpy Mischabel i Weissmies -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 09 Pennine Alps


highest peak: Weissmies (4.023 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

10.1 Alpi del Monte Leone e del San Gottardo

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 10.1 Alpy Monte Leone i Sankt Gottard -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 10 Lepontine Alps


highest peak: Monte Leone (3.552 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

10.2 Alpi Ticinesi e del Verbano

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 10.2 Alpy Ticino i Verbano -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 10 Lepontine Alps


highest peak: Basodino (3.273 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

10.3 Alpi dell'Adula

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 10.3 Adula -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 10 Lepontine Alps


highest peak: Adula (3.402 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

11.1 Prealpi Comasche

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 11.1 Prealpy Comasche -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 11 Lugano prealps


highest peak: Pizzo di Gino (2.245 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

11.2 Prealpi Varesine

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 11.2 Prealpy Varesine -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 11 Lugano prealps


highest peak: Monte Tamaro (1967 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

12.1 Alpi Urane

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 12.1 Alpy Urneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 12 Bernese Alps


highest peak: Dammastock (3.630 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

12.2 Alpi bernesi iss

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 12.2 Alpy Berneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 12 Bernese Alps


highest peak: Finsteraarhorn (4.275 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

12.3 Alpi di Vaud

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 12.3 Alpy Vaud - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 12 Bernese Alps


highest peak: Les Diablerets che raggiunge (3.210 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

13.1 Alpi Urano-Glaronesi

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 13.1 Alpy Urano-Glarneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 13 Glarus Alps


highest peak: Oberalpstock (3.328 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

13.2 Alpi Glaronesi iss

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 13.2 Alpy Glarneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 13 Glarus Alps


highest peak: TÖdi (3.614 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

14.1 Prealpi di Vaud e Friburgo

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 14.1 Prealpy Fryburskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 14 Swiss prealps


highest peak: Gummfluh (2458 m)

14.2 Prealpi Bernesi

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 14.2 Prealpy Berneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 14 Swiss prealps


highest peak: Schilthorn (2.970 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

14.3 Prealpi di Lucerna e di Untervaldo

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 14.3 Prealpy Lucerneńskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 14 Swiss prealps


highest peak: Pilatus (2.118 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

14.4 Prealpi di Svitto e di Uri

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 14.4 Prealpy Schwyzu i Uri - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 14 Swiss prealps


highest peak: Rigi (1.797 m)

14.5 Prealpi di Appenzello e di San Gallo

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 14.5 Prealpy Appenzellskie - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: North Western Alps
section: 14 Swiss prealps


highest peak: Säntis (2.502 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.1 Alpi del Platta

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.1 Oberhalbstein -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Piz Platta (3.392 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.2 Alpi dell Albula

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.2 Albula - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Piz Kesch (3.418 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.3 Alpi del Bernina

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.3 Masyw Bernina -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Piz Bernina (4.049 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.4 Alpi di Livigno

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.4 Alpy Livigno -
Italian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Cima de‘ Piazzi (3.439 m)

15.5 Alpi della Val Müstair

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.5 Masyw Sesvenna -
Swiss Alps Italian Alps Austrian Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Piz Sesvenna (3.204 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.6 Alpi del Silvretta, del Samnaun e del Verwall

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.6 Silvretta -
Swiss Alps Austrian Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Piz Linard (3.411 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.7 Alpi del Plessur

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.7 Plessur - Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Aroser Rothorn (2.980 m)

source: wikipedia/commons

15.8 Catena del Rätikon

Mountain Groups and hiking trails - 15.8 Rätikon -
Austrian Alps Swiss Alps
Point on the map

chain: Central Eastern Alps
section: 15 Western Rhaetian Alps


highest peak: Schesaplana (2.964 m)

source: wikipedia/commons