The Großes Wiesbachhorn (German pronunciation: [ˈɡʀoːsəs ˈviːsbaχˌhɔʁn]) is a mountain in the federal state of Salzburg, Austria and, at 3,564 m (AA) (according to other sources 3,570 m (AA)), is the third-highest peak of the Hohe Tauern range.Its entirely free-standing firn-capped summit forms the main peak of the Fusch/Kaprun chain and is often viewed in Alpine literature as a rival of the Großglockner.

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  • The Großes Wiesbachhorn (German pronunciation: [ˈɡʀoːsəs ˈviːsbaχˌhɔʁn]) is a mountain in the federal state of Salzburg, Austria and, at 3,564 m (AA) (according to other sources 3,570 m (AA)), is the third-highest peak of the Hohe Tauern range.Its entirely free-standing firn-capped summit forms the main peak of the Fusch/Kaprun chain and is often viewed in Alpine literature as a rival of the Großglockner. The great slope on its eastern and southeastern side plunges 2,418 metres to the Fuscher Ache - the greatest height difference between mountaintop and valley floor in the Eastern Alps. Of alpinistic significance was the first ascent of the Northwest Face (Nordwestwand) on 15 July 1924 by Franz Riegele and Willo Welzenbach. They were the first ones to use ice nails (Eisnägel) to assist them; these were later developed into the ice screws used today. The Northwest Face was one of the classic ice walls of the Eastern Alps; the ice has since melted, however. (en)
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  • In the 18th century by two farmers from Fusch called Zanker and Zorner (en)
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  • The Großes Wiesbachhorn seen from the start of the Großglockner Alpine Road (en)
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  • The Großes Wiesbachhorn (German pronunciation: [ˈɡʀoːsəs ˈviːsbaχˌhɔʁn]) is a mountain in the federal state of Salzburg, Austria and, at 3,564 m (AA) (according to other sources 3,570 m (AA)), is the third-highest peak of the Hohe Tauern range.Its entirely free-standing firn-capped summit forms the main peak of the Fusch/Kaprun chain and is often viewed in Alpine literature as a rival of the Großglockner. (en)
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