|Prominence||375 m ↓ Schönecker Scharte|
|Isolation||8.9 km → Großer Krottenkopf|
|Parent range||Allgäu Alps (Hornbach chain)|
|Mountain type||Dolomite (Triassic)|
|Type of rock||Dolomite (Triassic)|
|First ascent||1869 Hermann von Barth|
|Normal route||Hinterhornbach – Kaufbeurer Haus – Urbeleskarspitze|
The Urbeleskarspitze is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps. It is 2,632 metres (8,635 feet) tall. It is in the state of Tyrol, Austria. It is the fifth tallest mountain in the Allgäu Alps. It is also the second tallest mountain of the Hornbach chain. It is located next to the Bretterspitze in the Hornbach chain. It is made of dolomite, and has a bell-shaped summit. The first recorded climb was in 1869, by Hermann von Barth, but many think locals climbed it first. There are no easy routes to the top. There are only two useable routes, both of which are quite difficult.