The Altmann rises steeply almost 1,000 meters over the valleys of the Alpstein. The second highest summit of the Appenzell Alps is a classic climbing mountain. The view from the top is impressive and goes from Lake Constance, over the Rhine valley, the Allgäu Alps, the Rätikon, the Silvretta Alps, up to the Bernese Alps, and Lake Zurich. Around the Altmann you have a fairly good chance to meet Alpine ibexes, which are widespread in the area.



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Elevation: 2435 m
Country and region: Switzerland, Appenzell Innerrhoden / St. Gallen
Mountain range: Appenzell Alps
Prominence: 313 m
Orometric dominance: 13
Coordinates: 47.239556, 9.371778

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