The Große Bischofsmütze (German: "great bishop's mitre") is the highest peak in the Gosaukamm range of the Dachstein Mountains, Austria.
Together with the Kleine Bischofsmütze (2,430 metres (7,970 ft)), the Große Bischofsmütze (2,458 metres (8,064 ft)) forms a distinctive twin-peak, with the two summits separated by the Mützenschlucht ravine. The mountain is in the state of Salzburg, near the border with Upper Austria, and forms part of the larger Northern Limestone Alps.
There's a difficult alpine trail (T6) called Bischofsmütze Normalweg (III) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Hofpürglhütte located 1 439m/4 720ft SE of the summit.
By elevation Große Bischofsmütze is
# 2 out of 314 in Hallein # 39 out of 436 in the Dachstein Mountains # 40 out of 2301 in the Salzkammergut and Upper Austria Alps
By prominence Große Bischofsmütze is
# 5 out of 826 in Sankt Johann im Pongau # 5 out of 314 in Hallein # 29 out of 3018 in Salzburg # 5 out of 436 in the Dachstein Mountains # 24 out of 2301 in the Salzkammergut and Upper Austria Alps
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