Mountains of Austria

2017-07-28T16:32:39+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Dreitorspitze, Rhaetian Alps, Hochwanner, Pasterze Glacier, Zigerbergkopf, Rax, Semmering (ski resort), Bohemian Forest, Zuckerhütl, Hundsheimer Berge, Wildspitze, Lower Tauern, High Tauern, Hoher Dachstein, Erzberg mine, Hochgolling, Breithorn (Steinernes Meer), Zugspitze, Arlberg, Kitzsteinhorn, Schneeberg (Alps), Rennfeld, Golica, Petzen, Klek (Karawanks), Sulzfluh, Rosskopf (Carnic Alps), Dovška Baba, Stuhleck flashcards Mountains of Austria
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  • Dreitorspitze
    Dreitorspitze is a large and very prominent, multi-peak mountain massif in the eastern part of the Wetterstein Mountains in southern Germany.
  • Rhaetian Alps
    The Rhaetian Alps (Italian: Alpi Retiche; German: Rätischen Alpen) are a mountain range of the Eastern Alps.
  • Hochwanner
    At 2,744 metres (9,003 ft), the Hochwanner (formerly: Kothbachspitze) is the second highest mountain in Germany after the Zugspitze (if the somewhat higher Schneefernerkopf is only considered as a sub-peak of the Zugspitze).
  • Pasterze Glacier
    The Pasterze at approximately 8.
  • Zigerbergkopf
    Zigerbergkopf is a mountain on the border of Liechtenstein and Austria in the Rätikon range of the Eastern Alps with a height of 2,051 metres (6,729 ft).
  • Rax
    The Rax is a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps on the border of the Austrian federal provinces of Lower Austria and Styria.
  • Semmering (ski resort)
    Semmering, located in Semmering, Lower Austria, 90 km (56 mi) from Vienna, is the oldest ski resort in Europe.
  • Bohemian Forest
    The Bohemian Forest, known in Czech as Šumava (pronounced [ˈʃʊmava] ) and in German as Böhmerwald, is a low mountain range in Central Europe.
  • Zuckerhütl
    The Zuckerhütl is a mountain in Tyrol, Austria.
  • Hundsheimer Berge
    The Hundsheimer Berge (also Hainburger Berge) is a hill range located in Lower Austria and Burgenland, Austria next to the Devín Gate.
  • Wildspitze
    Wildspitze (German pronunciation: [ˈvɪltˌʃpɪʦə] ) is the highest mountain in the Ötztal Alps and in North Tyrol, as well as the second highest mountain in Austria after the Großglockner.
  • Lower Tauern
    The Lower Tauern or Niedere Tauern (Slovene: Nizke Ture) are a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps, in the Austrian states of Salzburg and Styria.
  • High Tauern
    The High Tauern (pl.; German: Hohe Tauern, Italian: Alti Tauri) are a mountain range on the main chain of the Central Eastern Alps, comprising the highest peaks east of the Brenner Pass.
  • Hoher Dachstein
    Hoher Dachstein is a strongly karstic Austrian mountain, and the second highest mountain in the Northern Limestone Alps.
  • Erzberg mine
    The Erzberg mine is a large open-pit mine located in Eisenerz, Styria, in the central-western part of Austria, 60 km north-west of Graz and 260 km south-west of the capital, Vienna.
  • Hochgolling
    The Hochgolling (2,862 m) is a mountain of the Eastern Alps, located on the border of Steiermark and Salzburg, Austria, near the ski resort of Schladming.
  • Breithorn (Steinernes Meer)
    Breithorn (elevation 2,504 m (8,215 ft)) is a summit in the Steinernes Meer of the Berchtesgaden Alps in the Austrian state of Salzburg.
  • Zugspitze
    The Zugspitze, (German pronunciation: [tsukʃpɪtsə]) at 2,962 m (9,718 ft) above sea level, is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany.
  • Arlberg
    Arlberg is a mountain range or massif between Vorarlberg and Tyrol in Austria.
  • Kitzsteinhorn
    The Kitzsteinhorn is a mountain in the High Tauern range of the Central Eastern Alps in Austria.
  • Schneeberg (Alps)
    The Schneeberg, with its 2,076-metre (6,811 ft) high summit Klosterwappen, is the highest mountain of Lower Austria, and the easternmost mountain in the Alps to exceed 2000 m.
  • Rennfeld
    Rennfeld (1,629 m) is a mountain in the Fischbach Alps, part of the Prealps east of the Mur.
  • Golica
    Golica (1835 m) (German: Kahlkogel) is a peak in the Western Karawanks, on the border between Slovenia and Austria, above the Slovene town of Jesenice.
  • Petzen
    Petzen (German) or Peca (Slovene) is the highest mountain of the eastern Karawanks, the second-highest mountain of the Northern Karawanks and the most eastern two-thousand-metre mountain of Slovenia.
  • Klek (Karawanks)
    Klek (1754 m), (German: Hahnkogel), also known as Petelin or Petelinjek to locals from the villages on the Slovene side below its summit, is a peak in the Western Karawanken Alps, between Golica/Kahlkogel to the east and Dovška Baba (German: Frauenkogel) to the west.
  • Sulzfluh
    The Sulzfluh is a mountain in the Rätikon range of the Alps, located on the border between Austria and Switzerland.
  • Rosskopf (Carnic Alps)
    Roßkopf or Rosskopf is a peak in the Carnic Alps of Austria, near the boundary with Italy.
  • Dovška Baba
    Dovška Baba (1,891 m), (German: Frauenkogel), also sometimes known as Dovška Rožca although this actually refers to a pasture some 200 m below the summit, is a peak in the Western Karawanken Alps.
  • Stuhleck
    Stuhleck (1,782 m) is a mountain in Steiermark, Austria.