The Schafkopf, with its height of 616.8 metres, is one of the few mountains of the Palatine Forest that exceeds the 600 metre mark. It lies south of the Forest's highest peak, the Kalmit, in the Palatine Forest-North Vosges Biosphere Reserve, not far from the municipality of St. Martin and, together with the Morschenberg (608 m), Rotsohlberg (607 m) and Steigerkopf (614 m), forms a contiguous massif. The Schafkopf is entirely forested. There are no official paths or tracks to the actual summit.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Fronbaum-Hütte located 658m/2 158ft WSW of the summit.
By elevation Schafkopf is
# 5 out of 753 in Naturpark Pfälzerwald # 5 out of 182 in Landkreis Südliche Weinstraße
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