The Similaun (German pronunciation: [ˌzimiˈlaʊ̯n]) is a mountain in the Schnalskamm group of the Ötztal Alps. It is on the Austrian-Italian border. At 3,606 m, it is Austria's sixth highest summit. It was first ascended in 1834 by Josef Raffeiner and Theodor Kaserer. It is most famous for being the mountain on whose slopes Helmut Simon and Erika Simon discovered Ötzi the Iceman in 1991.
There's a demanding alpine trail (T5) leading to the summit.
By elevation Similaun is
# 3 out of 78 in the Schnalskamm # 13 out of 23502 in Austria # 17 out of 3872 in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol # 11 out of 2178 in South Tyrol # 13 out of 5947 in Tyrol # 7 out of 188 in Naturpark Ötztal # 2 out of 153 in Naturpark Texelgruppe - Parco naturale Gruppo di Tessa # 7 out of 956 in Bezirk Imst # 7 out of 1937 in the Eastern Rhaetian Alps # 7 out of 965 in the Ötztal Alps
By prominence Similaun is
# 6 out of 78 in the Schnalskamm # 11 out of 188 in Naturpark Ötztal # 11 out of 153 in Naturpark Texelgruppe - Parco naturale Gruppo di Tessa # 57 out of 956 in Bezirk Imst # 83 out of 1937 in the Eastern Rhaetian Alps # 42 out of 965 in the Ötztal Alps
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