Dreischusterspitze

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Dreischusterspitze
Punta dei Tre Scarperi
Gruppo dei Tre Scarperi.jpg
Dreischusterspitze as een from the summit of the Kleine Zinne
Elevation 3,152 m (10,341 ft)
Prominence 1,393 m (4,570 ft)[1]
Location
Dreischusterspitze is located in Alps
Dreischusterspitze
Dreischusterspitze
Location in the Alps
Location South Tyrol, Italy
Range Dolomites
Coordinates 46°40′7″N 12°19′5″E / 46.66861°N 12.31806°E / 46.66861; 12.31806Coordinates: 46°40′7″N 12°19′5″E / 46.66861°N 12.31806°E / 46.66861; 12.31806
Climbing
First ascent 18 July 1869 by Paul Grohmann, Franz Innerkofler and Peter Salcher

The Dreischusterspitze (Italian: Punta dei Tre Scarperi) is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. It is the highest peak of the Sexten Dolomites and the most northerly 3,000m peak of the range. From the north it resembles a majestic pyramid, while from the east and west it resembles a jagged ridge. The mountain is located above the village of Sexten. It was first climbed in 1869 by Paul Grohmann, Franz Innerkofler and Peter Salcher. [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dreischusterspitze - peakbagger". peakbagger.com. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  2. ^ "Punta dei Tre Scarperi - summitpost". summitpost.org. Retrieved 16 February 2015.