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Mountains; the chief mountains in Austria:


Grossglockner, East Tyrol, Carinthia, Hohe Tauern, 3,798 m; Wildspitze, Tyrol, Oetztal Alps, 3,768 m; Grossvenediger, East Tyrol, Salzburg, Hohe Tauern, 3,666 m; Hochfeiler, Tyrol, Italy, Zillertal Alps, 3,509 m; Zuckerhuetl, Tyrol, Stubai Alps, 3,507 m; Olperer, Tyrol, Tux Alps, 3,476 m; Piz Buin, Vorarlberg, Silvretta, 3,312 m; Parseierspitze, Tyrol, Lechtal Alps, 3,036 m; Hoher Dachstein, Upper Austria, Styria, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,995 m; Schesaplana, Vorarlberg, Switzerland, Raetikon, 2,965 m; Hochkoenig, Salzburg, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,941 m; Hochgolling, Salzburg, Styria, Niedere Tauern, 2,862 m; Grosser Priel, Upper Austria, Totes Gebirge, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,515 m; Rosennock, Carinthia, Nockberge, Noric Alps, 2,440 m; Zirbitzkogel, Styria, Seetal Alps, Noric Alps, 2,396 m; Hochtor, Styria, Ennstal Alps, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,369 m; Ellmauer Halt, Tyrol, Kaisergebirge, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,344 m; Hochschwab, Styria, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,277 m; Hoher Ifen, Vorarlberg, Germany, Bregenzerwald, 2,232 m; Dobratsch, Carinthia, Gailtal Alps, 2,166 m; Grosser Speikkogel, Carinthia, Koralpe, 2,140 m; Schneeberg, Lower Austria, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,076 m; Heukuppe, Styria, Rax, Northern Limestone Alps, 2,007 m; Oetscher, Lower Austria, Northern Limestone Alps, 1,893 m; Schafberg, Salzburg, Upper Austria, Northern Limestone Alps, 1,782 m; Hochwechsel, Styria, Lower Austria, Styrian Rim Mountains, 1,743 m; Traunstein, Upper Austria, Northern Limestone Alps, 1,691 m.