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Germany Alps Top 50 by Prominence

RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 4)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Zugspitze17462962Bavarian Alps42.8 
2.Berchtesgadener Hochthron12781972Kitzbuhel12.6 
3.Kreuzspitze11822185Western Austria Alps10.8 
5.Krottenkopf11562086Bavarian Alps14.3 
9.Großer Traithen10071852Bavarian Alps7.8 
10.Grosse Arnspitze9932196Bavarian Alps7.5 
11.Hochplatte9672082Western Austria Alps6.4 
14.Benediktenwand9441800Bavarian Alps15.0 
15.Heimgarten8891791Bavarian Alps5.5 
18.Soiernspitze8332257Bavarian Alps3.8 
19.Laberberg8151686Bavarian Alps7.1 
21.Hoher Göll7892522Kitzbuhel11.5 
22.Kramerspitz7761985Bavarian Alps7.0 
23.Buchstein7611701Bavarian Alps8.2 
24.Risserkogel7551826Bavarian Alps5.3 
26.Rotwand7411884Bavarian Alps5.9 
27.Östliche Karwendelspitze7352538Bavarian Alps3.9 
28.Wendelstein7331837Bavarian Alps6.6 
29.Hochgrat7141834Western Austria Alps13.0 
30.Hinterer Rauschberg7051671Kitzbuhel5.7 
31.Hochwanner6992744Bavarian Alps6.0 
32.Säuling6952047Western Austria Alps6.8 
34.Hochkarspitze6622482Bavarian Alps4.4 
35.Grünten6561738Western Austria Alps12.6 
36.Wildbarren6521448Bavarian Alps8.5 
37.Staffel6331532Bavarian Alps7.5 
39.Hirschberg6231668Bavarian Alps3.3 
42.Hochvogel5722592Western Austria Alps9.8 
42.Traunsnitzberg5721808Bavarian Alps6.0 
44.Sorgschrofen5711635Western Austria Alps5.0 
45.Rauhe Nadel5661360Kitzbuhel8.0 
46.Schafreuter5592101Bavarian Alps7.9 
47.Brecherspitz5481683Bavarian Alps5.6 
48.Hohe Bleick5451638Western Austria Alps5.5 
49.Wertacher Hoernle5401695Western Austria Alps5.3 

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