The Vorderseespitze is a mountain in the Lechtal Alps, Tyrol, Austria. At 2,889 m (AA) it is the eighth highest peak in the Lechtal Alps. The Lech Valley Ridgeway (Lechtaler Höhenweg) runs over its southeastern flank from Kaiserjochhaus to the Ansbacher Hut. According to the literature it was first climbed in 1855 by locals from Kaisers in the Lech Valley.
By elevation Vorderseespitze is
# 4 out of 775 in Bezirk Reutte # 8 out of 554 in the Lechtal Alps # 10 out of 1916 in the North Tyrol Limestone Alps
By prominence Vorderseespitze is
# 37 out of 775 in Bezirk Reutte # 27 out of 794 in Bezirk Landeck # 21 out of 554 in the Lechtal Alps # 89 out of 1916 in the North Tyrol Limestone Alps
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