The Fellhorn in summer
|Elevation||2,038 m (6,686 ft)|
|Prominence||230 metres (750 ft)|
|Location||Germany / Austria|
|Parent range||Allgäu Alps|
The Fellhorn (2,038 metres (6,686 ft)) is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps near Oberstdorf, Germany, on the border with Austria. It is known for its fields of alpenroses (Rhododendron ferrugineum). According to Austrian sources the mountain is .
In 1972, a gondola lift, the Fellhorn Lift, was built that runs up the mountain from the Stillach valley. Its top station is at 1,967 metres. There is also a lift connection to the Kanzelwandbahn. The cross-border Fellhorn/Kanzelwand Ski Region has 24 kilometres of piste and 14 lifts.
- Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen Austria: Austrian Map online (Austrian 1:50,000 map series). Retrieved 19 January 2011.
- Skigebiet Fellhorn/Kanzelwand, retrieved 5 April 2012
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