Risserkogel Panoramic View, Northern Calcareous Alps, Bavaria

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The Risserkogel is situated to the south of Munich, more specifically to the south of Rottach-Egern, Tegernsee. The Risserkogel is composed of Upper Triassic Plattenkalk-Beds. 360°-panoramic view was taken 5. Sept. 2003. Starting image shows Lake Tegernsee to the North, the Blankenstein peak (Upper Triassic Upper Rhaetian Reef Limestone) in moreground, the Wallberg in middle ground and the path from Wallberg Hotel to the West.

Continue to W (i.e. drag image to the right) to see Setzberg (with Flyschbuilt Blomberg in back) and Tegernsee mountains Not Upper Rhaetian Reef Limestone peaks Ross- and Buchstein (back) as well as Leonardistein (middleground)

Dragging further to the right shows you the Kreuth Valley with Zugspitze in Background, the Hauptdolomit dominated "Blue Mountains" in middleground with Wetterstein and Karwendel Mountains in Background. Glacier covered mountains in background are central Austrian and Northern Italian Central Alps, including Großvenediger and Großglockner. View with iron rope shows Wilder Kaiser in background. Further east (drag right) the Rotwand area of the Schliersee mountains is visible, further back Wendelstein is peeping out.

Panorama by Reinhold Leinfelder. © R. Leinfelder 2003. May be downloaded and used for personal use, but not redistributed or changed.

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