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Austria-P1000

RankPeak Elev-M
(Avg)
 Prom-M
(Avg)
Isol-KmState
1.Großglockner37982428175.3Kärnten/Tirol
2.Wildspitze3768226148.6Tirol
3.Großvenediger3666119926.7Salzburg/Tirol
4.Zuckerhütl3507103319.6Tirol
5.Olperer3476123010.4Tirol
6.Hoher Riffler3168134124.0Tirol
7.Parseierspitze3036124310.4Tirol
8.Hoher Dachstein2995213647.6Oberösterreich/Steiermark
9.Zugspitze2962174642.8Bavaria/Tirol
10.Hochkönig2941218137.4Salzburg
11.Hochgolling2862112426.0Salzburg/Steiermark
12.Polinik2784158018.3Kärnten
13.Monte Coglians2780114436.7Kärnten/Friuli-Venezia Giulia
14.Grosse Sandspitze2770124518.3Tirol
15.Hochplattig276811896.5Tirol
16.Birkkarspitze2749156733.1Tirol
17.Birnhorn2634166516.7Salzburg
18.Kreuzjoch2558105114.5Tirol
19.Großer Priel2515170343.7Oberösterreich
20.Grosses Ochsenhorn251113098.9Salzburg
21.Raucheck2430146312.1Salzburg
22.Geierhaupt2417117219.1Steiermark
23.Zirbitzkogel2396150235.0Steiermark
24.Knittelkarspitze237610175.9Tirol
25.Reisskofel2371139017.4Kärnten
26.Tschirgant237012639.4Tirol
27.Hochtor2369152020.8Steiermark
28.Geissstein2363108915.0Salzburg
29.Grimming2351151822.1Steiermark
30.Wilder Kaiser2344155225.5Tirol
31.Daniel234012337.2Tirol
32.Hochiss2299135913.1Tirol
33.Stadelhorn228611215.8Bavaria
34.Hochschwab2277104538.9Steiermark
35.Grosser Pyhrgas2244129015.9Oberösterreich
36.Köllenspitze2238108810.8Tirol
37.Latschur2236126819.9Kärnten
38.Hochstuhl2225100922.9Kärnten
39.Grosser Buchstein222413635.7Steiermark
40.Guffertspitze219411439.9Tirol
41.Ameringkogel2187123218.3Steiermark
42.Dobratsch2166123318.3Kärnten
43.Wöllaner Nock2145104214.3Kärnten
44.Hochobir2139107116.8Kärnten
45.Spitzegel211910459.3Kärnten
46.Mirnock211013438.9Kärnten
47.Schneeberg2076134852.4Niederösterreich
48.Gamsfeld2027107014.6Salzburg
49.Hoher Sarstein1975108415.8Steiermark
50.Sonntagshorn1961118112.5Salzburg/Bavaria
51.Hochstadl191910729.0Steiermark
52.Grosser Höllkogel1862129421.8Oberösterreich
53.Hohe Salve1828101010.5Tirol
54.Schafberg1782117812.8Salzburg
55.Hochkogel177410949.5Steiermark
56.Unterberghorn177310139.6Tirol

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