One of the strangest-looking mountains in the Allgäu Alps, the "Hoher Ifen" mountain (2,230 m). Seen from the Toreck (2,017 m). The highest mountain behind the Ifen is the "Großer Widderstein" (2,533 m).
Oberstdorf in front of the Allgäu Alps. The most southern town in Germany is located in a remarkably beautiful valley and surrounded by the highest mountains in the region.
The most prominent mountains in this picture are: Trettachspitze (2,595 m), Mädelegabel (2,645 m) and Hochfrottspitze (2,649 m) with the noticeable cloud as well as the Biberkopf mountain (2,599 m) to the right.
Viewpoint: Jochspitze mountain (2,232 m) The most significant mountains from the left to the right are: Rauheck (2,384 m), Höfats (2,259 m), Kleiner Wilder (2,306 m), Großer Wilder (2,379 m) and Hochvogel (2,592 m). The mountain behind the Wilder massif is the "Schneck" (2,268 m), where I´ve taken this panorama. Location: Allgäu Alps (Germany and Austria).
Fantastic fresh snow was there last weekend when we walked to the top of the mountain Hochkünzelspitze (2,397 m) in the Lechquellengebirge, Vorarlberg, Austria. You can´t see the mountain on this pic, what you actually see is the Rothorn (2,239 m) to the left.