Thurwieserspitze around 1890
|Elevation||3,652 m (11,982 ft)|
|Prominence||301 m (988 ft)|
|Isolation||1.6 km (0.99 mi) |
|Listing||Alpine mountains above 3000 m|
|Location||South Tyrol / Province of Sondrio, Italy|
|Parent range||Ortler Alps|
|First ascent||20 August 1869 by Theodor Harpprecht and Josef Schnell|
The Thurwieserspitze (Italian : Punta Thurwieser; German : Thurwieserspitze) is a mountain in the Ortler Alps on the border between South Tyrol and the Province of Sondrio, Italy.
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