The Roter Kogel is a mountain, 2,832 m (AA), in the Stubai Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It lies on a ridge that runs from the Hohe Villerspitze over the Lüsener Villerspitze (3,027 m (AA)) northwards as far as the Fotscher Windegg (2,577 m (AA)). West of this chain lies the Lüsener Valley and the village of Praxmar, a starting point for an ascent of the Roter Kogel. East of the Roter Kogels stretches the valley of Fotscher Tal, where there are two other bases: the Alpengasthof Bergheim Fotsch (1,464 m (AA)) and the Potsdamer Hut. This ascent up the eastern side is also a popular ski tour in winter.
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