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Guffert Nordwand.jpg
The Guffert from the north
Highest point
Elevation 2,195 m (7,201 ft)
Prominence 1,143 m (3,750 ft) [1]
Isolation 9.7 kilometres (6.0 mi)
Coordinates 47°32′49″N 11°47′21″E / 47.54694°N 11.78917°E / 47.54694; 11.78917Coordinates: 47°32′49″N 11°47′21″E / 47.54694°N 11.78917°E / 47.54694; 11.78917
Guffert is located in Austria
Parent range Brandenberg Alps
Age of rock Triassic
Mountain type Wetterstein limestone, Main dolomite[2]

The Guffert is a 2,195 metres (7,201 ft) high, isolated, prominent limestone alpenstock in the Brandenberg Alps (Rofan) that, together with the Guffertstein, forms a twin peak. It lies north of Steinberg am Rofan. Because it projects above the Mangfall Mountains to the north by about 300 metres, the striking double peak is easily recognised from the Alpine Foreland, the Tegernsee and the Bavarian Prealps.


  1. ^ "Guffertspitze - peakbagger". Retrieved 25 February 2015. 
  2. ^ Geologische Karte von Bayern mit Erläuterungen (1:500.000). Bayerisches Geologisches Landesamt, 1998.

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