The Kohlbergspitze is a 2,202 m high summit on the main chain of the Ammergau Alps in Tyrol, Austria. Less common names for the mountain are the Zigersteinjoch, Stapferwiesjoch and Zigerstein . With its 300-metre-high north faces and grassy and less steep southern slopes is the first prominent summit in the western part of the main chain.
The Kohlbergspitze can be climbed on a waymarked path in 3 hours from Bichlbach. The path runs initially up the wooded southern slopes, later through fields of mountain pine and finally up a grassy slope from the southeast to the summit. An alternative ascent climbs from the west over schrofen terrain to the highest point and is classified as a grade I climb.