The Ammer Saddle is a high mountain pass in the Alps on the border between Tyrol, Austria and Bavaria, Germany.
The pass is located in the Ammergau region of southern Bavaria. It leads from Ettal near Oberammergau to Reutte in northwest Tyrol. The Ammer Saddle is the pass between the Ammergauer Hochplatte on the northwest, the Scheinbergspitz on the north, the Kreuzspitze in the southeast, and the Geierköpfe in the southwest. The first three of these peaks are in Germany, and the Geierköpfe in Austria.
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Garmisch-Partenkirchen, gemeindefreies Gebiet