Top 10 similar words or synonyms for hinterer

hintere    0.874280

vordere    0.860770

rothaar    0.838757

vorderer    0.837427

tannheim    0.835938

habichtswald    0.822956

seekopf    0.821146

brunnenkogel    0.820074

dreitorspitze    0.816903

schwedenschanze    0.814839

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for hinterer

Article Example
Hinterer Bratschenkopf The names of the surrounding mountains were rather confusing. "Kleiner", "Mittlerer", "Großer" and "Vorderer Bärenkopf" (i.e. "Little", "Middle", "Great" and "Fore") were designations arbitrarily given to different peaks and, in some cases, the same peaks. Not until the 1891 Alpine Club map was issued was there an authoritative allocation of names, that gave a recognised schema for Alpinists and reduced the then common difficulties of orientation and mistakes in climbing and surveying.
Hinterer Seelenkogel The Hinterer Seelenkogel () is a mountain in the Gurgler Kamm group of the Ötztal Alps.
Hinterer Bratschenkopf The Hinterer Bratschenkopf is ringed by glaciers. To the northeast lies the little "Kaindlkees" glacier, to the east is the accumuluation zone of the "Teufelsmühlkees" which reaches to just below the summit. To the south lies the "Bratschenkopfkees" and, in the west, below the mighty West Face, the "(Untere) Klockerinkees". Important neighbouring peaks are:
Hinterer Bratschenkopf The trail blazed by the Alpinists in 1869 runs from the Kaprun side, i.e. from the north, over the glacier saddle with the misleading name of "Wielingerscharte" ("Wielingen Notch") to the top. This route is still the standard one used today. The Hinterer Bratschenkopf can only be reached as part of a high Alpine tour, and appropriate equipment and glacier experience are necessary. The Heinrich Schwaiger Haus (2,802 m) acts as a base and lies to the east above the Mooserboden valley. From the hut, the trail runs in a southeasterly direction up to the "Oberen Fochezkopf" (3,159 m), over the firn-covered "Kaindlgrat" ridge on the upper "Wielingerkees" glacier, past the foot of the West Ridge of the Wiesbachhorn ("Wiesbachhorn-Westgrat"), then southwards over the so-called Wielingerscharte to the Bratschenkopfscharte and up to the summit cross of the Hinterer Bratschenkopf. According to the literature, the journey takes about 2 to 3 hours, depending on the conditions. Another option is the easy firn ascent from the southeast. More difficult climbs run from the Schwarzenberg Hut (2,267 m) to the south, over the "Hochgruberkees" and Bratschenkopfkees as an ice tour up the South Flank with gradients of 40 to 60°. Climbing routes of grade UIAA III run up the steep North Ridge ("Nordgrat"), a climb of 620 metres. Routes of up to about UIAA grade III+ difficulty and 1,300 metres in height run up the West Face, first conquered in 1928, but there is a high risk there of falling rocks.
Hinterer Troppelgraben Hinterer Troppelgraben is a river of Bavaria, Germany.