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Austria Alps Top 50 by Prominence

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Großglockner796612,461Kärnten/TirolHohe Tauern108.9 
2.Wildspitze741812,362TirolTirol Alpen30.2 
4.Hoher Dachstein70089826Oberösterreich/SteiermarkSalzkammergut29.6 
5.Zugspitze57289718Bavaria/TirolBavarian Alps26.6 
6.Großer Priel55878251OberösterreichSalzkammergut27.1 
8.Polinik51849134KärntenHohe Tauern11.3 
9.Birkkarspitze51419019TirolBavarian Alps20.6 
10.Wilder Kaiser50927690TirolKitzbuhel15.8 
11.Hochtor49877772SteiermarkEastern Austria12.9 
13.Zirbitzkogel49287861SteiermarkNoric Alps21.7 
15.Reisskofel45607779KärntenCarnic Alps10.8 
16.Grosser Buchstein44727297SteiermarkEastern Austria3.5 
17.Hochiss44597543TirolBavarian Alps8.1 
18.Schneeberg44236811NiederösterreichEastern Austria32.5 
19.Mirnock44076923KärntenNoric Alps5.6 
20.Hoher Riffler440010,394TirolWestern Austria Alps14.9 
21.Grosses Ochsenhorn42948238SalzburgKitzbuhel5.6 
22.Grosser Höllkogel42456109OberösterreichSalzkammergut13.5 
23.Grosser Pyhrgas42327362OberösterreichSalzkammergut9.9 
24.Latschur41607336KärntenCarnic Alps12.4 
25.Tschirgant41447776TirolBavarian Alps5.8 
26.Grosse Sandspitze40859088TirolCarnic Alps11.3 
27.Parseierspitze40789961TirolWestern Austria Alps6.4 
28.Daniel40457677TirolWestern Austria Alps4.5 
28.Dobratsch40457106KärntenCarnic Alps11.4 
30.Ameringkogel40427175SteiermarkNoric Alps11.4 
31.Olperer403511,404TirolTirol Alpen6.5 
32.Großvenediger393412,028Salzburg/TirolHohe Tauern16.6 
33.Hochplattig39019081TirolBavarian Alps4.0 
36.Geierhaupt38457930SteiermarkNiedere Tauern11.9 
37.Monte Coglians37549121Kärnten/Friuli-Venezia GiuliaCarnic Alps22.8 
38.Guffertspitze37507198TirolBavarian Alps6.2 
39.Hochgolling36889390Salzburg/SteiermarkNiedere Tauern16.2 
41.Hochkogel35895820SteiermarkEastern Austria5.9 
43.Köllenspitze35707343TirolWestern Austria Alps6.7 
44.Hoher Sarstein35576480SteiermarkSalzkammergut9.8 
45.Hochstadl35176296SteiermarkEastern Austria5.6 
49.Hochschwab34287470SteiermarkEastern Austria24.1 
49.Spitzegel34286952KärntenCarnic Alps5.8 

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