The Hochwanner on the border between Bavaria and Tyrol is Germany's highest elevation outside the Zugspitze massif. The impressive north face drops more than 1400 meters toward Reintal. The first ascent was made in 1870 via the current normal route from the south from Tyrol. In the summer months, you have a good chance of encountering resident marmots during the ascent. Once at the top, there is a great view of the neighboring mountains such as the Alspitze in the north or the Mieminger chain in the south.



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Elevation: 2744 m
Country and region: Germany, Bavaria / Austria, Tyrol
Mountain range: Wetterstein mountains
Prominence: 699 m
Orometric dominance: 25
Coordinates: 47.395833, 11.054167

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