Allgäu Alps

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Allgäu Alps
German: Allgäuer Alpen
GrosserKrottenkopf.jpg
The Großer Krottenkopf
Highest point
Peak Großer Krottenkopf
Elevation 2,656 m (8,714 ft)
Coordinates 47°18′43″N 10°21′22″E / 47.31194°N 10.35611°E / 47.31194; 10.35611Coordinates: 47°18′43″N 10°21′22″E / 47.31194°N 10.35611°E / 47.31194; 10.35611
Geography
Countries Germany and Austria
Region Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Tyrol and Vorarlberg
Parent range Northern Limestone Alps
Borders on Lechtal Alps and Ammergau Alps
Type of rock Sedimentary

The Allgäu Alps (German: Allgäuer Alpen) are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps, located in Bavaria in Germany and Tyrol and Vorarlberg in Austria. The range lies directly east of Lake Constance.

Principal summits[edit]


The Allgäu Alps and the Hopfensee
The Allgäu Alps and the Hopfensee


External links[edit]