| Bavaria, Germany|
| 1,451 m|
| Voralpen westlich der Iller, Allgäuer Alpen|
Steineberg, Stuiben, Bärenköpfle, Sedererstuiben, Rindalphorn
Mittagberg ("Midday mountain") is a high mountain located in the Allgäu Alps in Bavaria, Germany. Located just south of Immenstadt, this mountain is part of the Nagelfluhkette, and the Naturparks Nagelfluhkette. Its vertical separation is at least 31 meters, meters, with a prominence of 500 meters when using the Bärenköpfle as reference.
When looking at the mountain from Immenstadt, the sun at noon is right on top of the peak, giving it its name "Mittag" based on the German word for noon (mid day).
There are multiple Hiking trails that lead up to the peak of the mountain.
There is a ski lift that goes from Immenstadt to the top, with one interruption approximately in the middle of the mountain. During the winter, more ski lifts open for skiing. A 5.1 km long toboggan run leads from the peak of the mountain to Immenstadt.