The chamois goat, French: Chèvre chamoisée, German: Gämsfarbene Bergziege, Italian: Camosciata delle Alpi, is a breed of domestic goat originating in Switzerland. It is distributed throughout Switzerland and parts of northern Italy and Austria, and is exported to other countries, including France. There are two stocks, a horned type from Grisons or Grisons in the east of the country and a hornless type from the former Oberhasli district and the Brienz and Lake Brienz region of the Bernese Oberland in central Switzerland. In some countries, the hornless variety may be considered a separate breed, the Oberhasli goat. The Swiss herd book was created in 1930.