Ankogel

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Ankogel
Ankogel.jpg
The Ankogel (centre)
Highest point
Elevation3,252 m (10,669 ft)
Prominence549 m (1,801 ft) [1]
Isolation6.34 kilometres (3.94 mi)
Coordinates47°03′00″N 13°15′00″E / 47.05000°N 13.25000°E / 47.05000; 13.25000Coordinates: 47°03′00″N 13°15′00″E / 47.05000°N 13.25000°E / 47.05000; 13.25000
Geography
Ankogel is located in Alps
Ankogel
Ankogel
Location in the Alps
LocationCarinthia / Salzburg, Austria
Parent rangeHigh Tauern
Climbing
First ascentc. 1742[2]

The Ankogel (3,252 m)[3] is a mountain in the Ankogel Group in the eastern High Tauern range in Austria. It is the second highest mountain in the group, the Hochalmspitze being higher at 3,360 m.

A cable car from Mallnitz goes up to 2,631 m on the mountain, making Ankogel one of the most accessible alpine peaks.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ankogel - Peakery". peakery.com. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
  2. ^ Braham, Trevor (2013). When the Alps Cast Their Spell: Mountaineers of the Alpine Golden Age. Neil Wilson Publishing. ISBN 9781906476342. Retrieved 2 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Österreichische Karte 1:50.000 (ÖK 50)". austrianmap.at. Retrieved 5 January 2015.