The Schnippenkopf is a 1,833 meter high mountain in the Allgäu Alps. It lies in the mountain range known as the Sonnenköpfe, which branches off to the north at the Gundkopf, which borders the Illertal to the east and ends in the Imberger Horn near Hindelang. The Schnippenkopf is the highest and southernmost of the partially wooded elevations that follow the Entschenkopf to the north.
The Schnippenkopf can be easily reached on marked paths. A popular ascent is from the Gaisalpe over the Falkenjoch and over the grassy slopes to the summit.
December 29, 2016
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