Mountains of Switzerland that aren't in the Alps

Name some mountains in Switzerland that aren't in the Alps.
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Last updated: August 23, 2019
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This mountain lies parallel to the Lake of Bien and from the top you can see not only the Lake of Bien but also the Lake of Neuchatel and the Lake of Murten in front of the Alps.
Chasseral
Separating the two cantons of Vaud and Fribourg, this mountain has a very narrow ridge and it's name is made up of two words.
Vanil Noir
This is probably one of the most famous mountains in the Jura region in western Switzerland. It has a unique horseshoe shaped cliff.
Soliat
Also in the Jura, this mountain is named after the French word for "root."
Racine
Named the "Black Mountain," this peak resides near the Lake Leman.
Noirmont
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This mountain overlooks the Castle of Gruyere and the Alps.
Dent de Broc
Almost part of the Alps, this mountain is known for its pyramid shape.
Niesen
Located in the pre-Alps, this mountain overlooks the ski resort of Grindelwald.
Reeti
This mountain overlooks the city of Lucerne.
Pilatus
This mountain lies between the Walensee Lake and the District of Appenzell.
Santis
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