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Germany Alps Top 50 by Prominence

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Zugspitze57289718Bavarian Alps26.6 
2.Berchtesgadener Hochthron41936470Kitzbuhel7.8 
3.Kreuzspitze38787169Western Austria Alps6.7 
5.Krottenkopf37936844Bavarian Alps8.9 
9.Großer Traithen33046076Bavarian Alps4.8 
10.Grosse Arnspitze32587205Bavarian Alps4.6 
11.Hochplatte31736831Western Austria Alps4.0 
14.Benediktenwand30985906Bavarian Alps9.3 
15.Heimgarten29175876Bavarian Alps3.4 
18.Soiernspitze27337405Bavarian Alps2.4 
19.Laberberg26735531Bavarian Alps4.4 
21.Hoher Göll25888274Kitzbuhel7.1 
22.Kramerspitz25456512Bavarian Alps4.4 
23.Buchstein24975581Bavarian Alps5.1 
24.Risserkogel24775991Bavarian Alps3.3 
26.Rotwand24316181Bavarian Alps3.6 
27.Östliche Karwendelspitze24128327Bavarian Alps2.4 
28.Wendelstein24056027Bavarian Alps4.1 
29.Hochgrat23426017Western Austria Alps8.1 
30.Hinterer Rauschberg23135482Kitzbuhel3.5 
31.Hochwanner22949003Bavarian Alps3.8 
32.Säuling22806716Western Austria Alps4.2 
34.Hochkarspitze21728143Bavarian Alps2.7 
35.Grünten21525702Western Austria Alps7.8 
36.Wildbarren21394751Bavarian Alps5.3 
37.Staffel20775026Bavarian Alps4.7 
39.Hirschberg20445472Bavarian Alps2.1 
42.Hochvogel18778504Western Austria Alps6.1 
42.Traunsnitzberg18775932Bavarian Alps3.7 
44.Sorgschrofen18735364Western Austria Alps3.1 
45.Rauhe Nadel18574462Kitzbuhel5.0 
46.Schafreuter18346893Bavarian Alps4.9 
47.Brecherspitz17985522Bavarian Alps3.5 
48.Hohe Bleick17885374Western Austria Alps3.4 
49.Wertacher Hoernle17725561Western Austria Alps3.3 

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