Riedberger Horn

The Riedberger Horn (1786 m), sometimes also called Riedbergerhorn, is the highest peak of the Hörnergruppe in the western Allgäuer Alpen. This typical Allgäu grass mountain is located east of Balderschwang. It is highly appreciated by hikers in the summer and is a very popular skiing mountain and a mountain for ski tours in winter. Luis Trenker once called the Riedberger Horn the "nicest skiing mountain of Germany".

Elevation (feet): 5,860
Elevation (meters): 1,786
Continent: Europe
Country: Germany
Range/Region: Bavarian Alps
Latitude: 47.451454
Longitude: 10.159392
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
First successful climber(s): Locals
Nearest major airport: Memmingen
Convenient Center: Oberstdorf

Thanks to Uwe Dengler for adding this peak.

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