The Hohe Stoppelkopf, locally just called the Stoppelkopf, is a 566.2-metre-high hill in the Palatine Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It lies 3 km north of the small town of Lambrecht.
Together with the Drachenfels (577 m) to the northwest and the Stabenberg (496 m) to the east, the Stoppelkopf lies on the watershed between the catchment areas of two Palatine Rhine tributaries, the Speyerbach (south) and the Isenach (north). The two longest tributaries of the Mußbach rise on the Stoppelkopf; both later empty into the left mouth branch of the Speyerbach, the Rehbach.
There's a trail called Luipäddel leading to the summit.
By elevation Hinterer Stoppelkopf is
# 37 out of 753 in Naturpark Pfälzerwald # 4 out of 131 in Landkreis Bad Dürkheim
By prominence Hinterer Stoppelkopf is
# 5 out of 753 in Naturpark Pfälzerwald # 11 out of 3148 in Rhineland-Palatinate # 1 out of 131 in Landkreis Bad Dürkheim # 77 out of 8522 in the North France-West Rhine Area
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