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Location type: Mountain
Location address: Österreich, Imst
Number of texts: 1
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Made by | Reference Svíčková | © CC 3.0
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The Acherkogel is a mountain in the Austrian Alps with a 3,008 m AA high summit. It is the northernmost three-thousander in the state of Tyrol. It dominates the village of Oetz in the lower valley of the River Ötz, where high rock faces rise to the northwest and southwest. To the west, a sharp ridge leads down to the Achplatte (2,423 m) and Habicher Wand (2,176 m), another ridge strikes northeast to the 2,894 m high Maningkogel. Another sharp ridge heads southeast to the 2,954 m high Wechnerkogel. In the main, the Acherkogel has the character of a rocky peak, only to the north and east are there small snowfields.

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