Bockkarkopf

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Bockkarkopf
Bockkarkopf Hochfrottspitze.JPG
The Bockkarkopf from the Steinschartenkopf
Highest point
Elevation2609m
Prominence105 m ↓ Bockkarscharte → Hochfrottspitze
Isolation0.8 km → Hochfrottspitze
Geography
Bockkarkopf is located in Austria
Bockkarkopf
Bockkarkopf
Parent rangeCentral ridge, Allgäu Alps
Climbing
Normal routeover the Heilbronn Way

The Bockkarkopf is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps on the main ridge.[1] It is 2,609 metres (8,560 ft) high. It is the ninth highest peak in the Allgäu Alps.

Bockkarkopf forms a border between Bavarian border with Tyrol. It is found between the Wilder Mann mountain to the southwest and the Hochfrottspitze mountain to the northeast. The popular Heilbronn Way (Heilbronner Weg) runs over the triangular peak.

Left to right: TrettachspitzeMädelegabelHochfrottspitze, Bockkarkopf, Wilder Mann

References[change | change source]

  1. "Peakware".

Other reading / maps[change | change source]

  • Dieter Seibert: Allgäuer Alpen Alpin, Alpenvereinsführer. München, Bergverlag Rudolf Rother 2004. ISBN 3-7633-1126-2
  • Alpenvereinskarte 1:25.000, Blatt 2/1, Allgäuer- Lechtaler Alpen, West