Zugspitze

Pictured By – Octagon The Zugspitze, at 2,962 meters  above sea level, is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany. It lies south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and the Austria–Germany border runs over its western summit. It is also home three glaciers and Germany’s highest ski…

Watzmann

Pictured By – Nachtgiger The Watzmann at 2713 meters is a mountain in the Bavarian Alps south of the village of Berchtesgaden. It is the third highest in Germany, and the highest located entirely on German territory. Three main peaks array on a North to South  axis along a ridge on the mountain’s taller western…

Wetterwandeck

Pictured By – Herbert Rieger The Wetterwandeck is a summit at 2,698 meters high, in the Wetterstein mountains on the Austro-German border. It is located south of Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze, above the Southern Schneeferner in the ridge which borders the Zugspitzplatt to the south. Being part of the popular Zugspitze ski resort there…

Tegelberg

Pictured By – Qwesy qwesy Tegelberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany and stands at a height of 1881 meters. It is a part of the Ammergau Alps. The nearest town is Füssen. The two famous castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castle are approximately 2 km away. The Tegelberg has been a hang gliding area…

Plattspitze

Pictured By – Svíčková The Plattspitzen is a 2,680 meter high mountain in the Wetterstein Mountains on the border between Germany and Austria. It is a very striking mountain and the southern companion of Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze, located at the opposite end of the ledge known as the Plattumrahmung. Summit Junkie – Plattspitze

Nebelhorn

Pictured By – Springginggelar The Nebelhorn is a 2,224-meter-high mountain in the Allgäu Alps in Germany, near the village of Oberstdorf. It lends its name to the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition and the Nebelhorn Classics a freeride race event. The spectacularly beautiful Oberstdorf Nebelhorn is known for its impressive views of 400 mountain summits.…

Leutascher Dreitorspitze

Pictured By – Svíčková Dreitorspitze is a large and very prominent, multi-peak mountain massif in the eastern part of the Wetterstein Mountains in southern Germany. It is divided into Partenkirchen Dreitorspitze at 2,633 meters and Leutasch Dreitorspitze at 2,682 meters; each of which has several peaks. Summit Junkie – Leutascher Dreitorspitze

Hollentalspitzen

Pictured By – Günter Seggebäing The Höllentalspitzen are three formidable peaks in the Wetterstein Mountains near Garmisch-Partenkirchen in southern Germany. They rise from the ridge of Blassenkamm which runs eastwards from Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze, and separate the Hölle Valley to the north from the Reintal Valley to the south. The summit nearest to…

Hochblassen

Pictured By – Tk2~commonswiki The Hochblassen is a mountain 2,706 meters high, located in the Wetterstein in the German state of Bavaria. In addition to the main summit, it has a sub-peak, the so-called Signalgipfel which is 2,698 meters high. It was first climbed in 1871 by Hermann von Barth and Peter Klaisl. Summit Junkie…