Bellavista (3,922 m) is a mountain in the Bernina Range in Switzerland and Italy. The mountain is bounded on the east by the Fuorcla Bellavista and on the west by the Pass dal Zupò. There are four summits on the main ridge, at the heights of 3,799 m, 3,888 m, 3,890 m and 3,922 m from east to west.
The first traverse of all four peaks was made by Emil Burckhardt and Hans Grass on 10 September 1868. C. C. Branch and B. Wainewright with guide Martin Schocher made the first traverse of the Bellavista peaks and the three peaks of the neighbouring Piz Palü on 19 August 1889.