Steinschartenkopf

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Steinschartenkopf
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The Steinschartenkopf from the south between the Kleiner Steinscharte and Socktalscharte notches
Highest point
Elevation2615
Prominence74 m ↓ Kleine Steinscharte
Isolation0.4 km → Hohes Licht
Coordinates47°17′06″N 10°16′51″E / 47.285°N 10.28083°E / 47.285; 10.28083Coordinates: 47°17′06″N 10°16′51″E / 47.285°N 10.28083°E / 47.285; 10.28083
Geography
Steinschartenkopf is located in Austria
Steinschartenkopf
Steinschartenkopf
Parent rangeCentral Ridge, Allgäu Alps
Climbing
Normal routealong the Heilbronn Way

The Steinschartenkopf is a 2,615 metres (8,579 ft) high mountain in the Allgäu Alps.[1] It is north of the Hohes Licht, in Tyrol, Austria. It is the sixth tallest mountain in the Allgäu Alps.[1] The popular Heilbronn Way (Heilbronner Weg) runs over the summit.[2] It is the highest point on the Heilbronn Way.

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Additional reading[change | change source]

  • Dieter Seibert: Allgäuer Alpen Alpin, Alpine Club Guide. Munich, Bergverlag Rudolf Rother, 2004. ISBN 3-7633-1126-2
  • Alpine Club map 1:25,000 series, Sheet 2/1, Allgäuer- Lechtaler Alpen, West

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Steinschartenkopf". Peakware, World Mountain Encyclopedia. Interactive Outdoors, Inc. Retrieved January 15, 2017.[permanent dead link]
  2. "Heilbronner Weg". lechtal-info.com. Retrieved January 14, 2017.

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