Fineilspitze

The Fineilspitze (Italian: Punta di Finale) is a peak in the Schnalskamm group of the Ötztal Alps on the border between Tyrol, Austria, and South Tyrol, Italy. It is known for being the discovery site of Otzi.

Fineilspitze
Fineilspitze 2009.jpg
Fineilspitze from the north.
Highest point
Elevation3,514 m (11,529 ft)
Prominence497 m (1,631 ft)
Parent peakSimilaun (Hintere Schwärze)
Isolation4 km (2.5 mi) Edit this on Wikidata
ListingAlpine mountains above 3000 m
Coordinates46°46′49″N 10°49′54″E / 46.78028°N 10.83167°E / 46.78028; 10.83167Coordinates: 46°46′49″N 10°49′54″E / 46.78028°N 10.83167°E / 46.78028; 10.83167
Geography
Fineilspitze is located in Austria
Fineilspitze
Fineilspitze
Location within Austria on the Austrian—Italian border
LocationTyrol, Austria / South Tyrol, Italy
Parent rangeÖtztal Alps
Climbing
First ascent8 September 1865 by Franz Senn with the guides Cyprian Granbichler and Josef Gstrein
Easiest routeNortheast or southwest

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