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Not only is Zugspitze the highest mountain in Germany, but it is also the highest summit of the Wetterstein Mountains. The mountain towers at an impressive height of 2,962 meters (9718 feet) above sea level. A famed ski region, the area surrounding Zugspitze has a variety of activities and attractions on offer for both skiers and non-skiers. Cable cars run up the mountain, offering visitors a chance to take in spellbinding alpine views from this iconic peak.
Watzmann Peak towers 2,713 meters (8,900 feet) above the surrounding Bavarian landscape. This mountain is the third tallest in Germany and is situated within Berchtesgaden National Park. Directly below the knife-like edge of the mountain's east face lies the icy Watzmann glacier; on this western side of this icy patch lie the remains of a transport-bomber plane that crashed here in 1940. Watzmann Peak is notorious mountain climbing area. Avid mountain climbers peak normally ascend from June to September, until the paths get too slick and dangerous. Several lookout points in the national park offer spectacular views of the mountain peak.
The Feldberg is one of the highest mountain peaks in Germany. It stands at a height of 1493 meters (4898 feet) and has a municipality named after it. The large mountain is a popular spot amongst the adventure-seekers and offers a variety of sports activities like hiking, skiing and more. Besides, the mountain houses a nature reserve and has a rich flora and fauna collection.
Found at an elevation of 950 meters (3,116 feet), the Wasserkuppe in the district of Fulda is regarded as the highest peak of the Rhön Mountains. Renowned for providing gliding opportunities to interested visitors, Wasserkuppe also attracts tourists with activities such as snow-kiting, skiing, paragliding and snowboarding.
Rising to a height of 2,224 meters (7,297 feet), Nebelhorn got its name from Nebelhorn Classics, which is a race event and also the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition. a popular hiking destination, the important thing to remember about climbing this place is that it must be attempted with a 'Klettersteig set' i.e. special equipment. The biggest feature here is that from here spectacular views of Alpine Massif can be enjoyed.