The Totenkirchl is mountain, 2,190 m high, in the Wilder Kaiser range in the Northern Limestone Alps in Austria, east of Kufstein in Tyrol.
The mountain is one of the most famous climbs in the Northern Limestone Alps with over 50 climbing routes of UIAA grade III. It is particularly known for its chimneys including the Dülfer Chimney (Dülfer-Kamin) named after Hans Dülfer. The base camp for tours on the Totenkirchl is the Stripsenjochhaus owned by the ÖAV.
The nearest mountain hut is Stripsenjochhaus located 790m/2 591ft undefined of the summit.
By elevation Totenkirchl is
# 21 out of 108 in Kaisergebirge (Naturschutzgebiet) # 28 out of 320 in Bezirk Kufstein # 65 out of 426 in Bezirk Kitzbühel # 21 out of 93 in the Wilder Kaiser # 21 out of 149 in the Kaisergebirge
By prominence Totenkirchl is
# 7 out of 108 in Kaisergebirge (Naturschutzgebiet) # 30 out of 320 in Bezirk Kufstein # 23 out of 426 in Bezirk Kitzbühel # 7 out of 93 in the Wilder Kaiser # 9 out of 149 in the Kaisergebirge # 99 out of 1916 in the North Tyrol Limestone Alps
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