The Hochfrottspitze is the highest mountain on the German side of the Allgäu Alps. Trettachspitze, Mädelegabel and Hochfrottspitze form the famous triumvirate of peaks. The cliffy wilderness on the south side used to be called “Frut”, from which the mountain probably received its name. Inhabitants of nearby Oberstdorf also call the mountain one of the three Trettach peaks.
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Elevation: 2649 m
Country and region: Germany, Bavaria / Austria, Tyrol
Mountain range: Allgäu Alps
Prominence: 203 m
Orometric dominance: 8
Coordinates: 47.297000, 10.293000