The Daniel (2,340 m) is a mountain in the Austrian state of Tyrol, and the highest peak in the Ammergau Alps, a range within the Northern Limestone Alps . Located near the villages of Ehrwald and Lermoos, it is a popular mountain with hikers. Its North Face is around 200 metres high and its South Face has a more schrofen-like character. With the almost equally high Upsspitze (2,332 m) it forms a double summit. To the northwest is a neighbouring peak, the Hochschrutte (2,247 m).
There's a demading hiking trail (T3) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Tuftlalm located 1 880m/6 167ft SSE of the summit.
By elevation Daniel is
# 1 out of 378 in the Ammergau Alps # 80 out of 2187 in the Bavarian Alps
By prominence Daniel is
# 95 out of 60693 in the Alps # 31 out of 23502 in Austria # 2 out of 775 in Bezirk Reutte # 12 out of 5947 in Tyrol # 1 out of 378 in the Ammergau Alps # 1 out of 2187 in the Bavarian Alps
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