Granatspitze Group

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Granatspitze Group
Muntanitz vom Debantgrat a.JPG
Muntanitz, the highest mountain in the Granatspitze Group
Highest point
Peak Großer Muntanitz
Elevation 3,232 m above sea level (AA)
Geography
Granatspitze Group is located in Austria
Granatspitze Group
Range coordinates 47°04′00″N 12°35′00″E / 47.06667°N 12.58333°E / 47.06667; 12.58333Coordinates: 47°04′00″N 12°35′00″E / 47.06667°N 12.58333°E / 47.06667; 12.58333

The Granatspitze Group[1] (German: Granatspitzgruppe), sometimes also the Granatspitz Group, is a sub-group of the Central Alps within the Eastern Alps. Together with the Ankogel Group, the Goldberg Group, the Glockner Group, the Schober Group, the Kreuzeck Group, the Venediger Group, the Villgraten Mountains and the Rieserferner Group, the Granatspitze Group forms the main range known as the High Tauern. The Granatspitze Group is located in Austria in the federal states of Salzburg and Tyrol. Its highest summit is the Großer Muntanitz, 3,232 m (AA)

The Granatspitze Group is located in the central part of the High Tauern. The Felbertauernstraße road is the boundary of the group in the west. The group is rather overshadowed by its more famous neighbours which include the Großglockner and the Großvenediger. The range takes its name from the Granatspitze, 3,086 m above sea level (AA)

Neighbouring ranges[edit]

The Granatspitze Group is bordered by the following other mountain ranges of the Alps:

Summits[edit]

All named three-thousanders (main peaks in the Granatspitze Group):[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reynolds, Kev (2005). Walking in the Alps, 2nd ed., Cicerone, Singapore, p. 407, ISBN 1-85284-261-X.
  2. ^ Zlöbl: Dreitausender Osttirols p. 170

Sources[edit]

  • Georg Zlöbl: Die Dreitausender Osttirols im Nationalpark Hohe Tauern. Verlag Grafik Zloebl, Lienz-Tristach 2007, ISBN 3-200-00428-2