The Salzkammergut is a resort area located in Austria. It stretches from the City of Salzburg eastwards along the Austrian Alpine Foreland and the Northern Limestone Alps to the peaks of the Dachstein Mountains, spanning the federal states of Upper …
Latitude and longitude of Bad Aussee
Bad Aussee is a town in the Austrian state of Styria, located at the confluence of the three sources of the Traun River in the Ausseerland region. Bad Aussee serves as the economic and cultural center of the Styrian part of the Salzkammergut lakes region.
Latitude: 47° 36' 35.93" N
Longitude: 13° 46' 56.75" E
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Lake Toplitz (German: Toplitzsee) is a lake situated in a dense mountain forest high up in the Austrian Alps, 98 km (61 mi) from Salzburg in western Austria. It is surrounded by cliffs and forests in the Salzkammergut lake district, within the Totes…
Hoher Dachstein is a strongly karstic Austrian mountain, and the second highest mountain in the Northern Limestone Alps. It is situated at the border of Upper Austria and Styria in central Austria, and is the highest point in each of those states. P…
Lake Hallstatt or Hallstätter See is a lake in the Salzkammergut, Austria, located at (47°34′43″N13°39′38″E). Its surface is approximately 8.55 km² and its maximum depth is 125 metres.
Kulm is a ski flying hill located in Tauplitz, Styria, Austria. Opened on 8 March 1950, the hill is one of only five of its type in the world, allowing for jumps of more than 200 metres. The current distance record of 237.5 m was set by Severin Freu…
The Salzkammergut Mountains (German: Salzkammergut-Berge) are a mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps, located in the Austrian states of Salzburg and Upper Austria.
Almsee is a lake in Upper Austria's part of the Salzkammergut in the Almtal valley, 11 kilometers (6.8 mi) south of the village of Grünau im Almtal.
Loser (German pronunciation: [ˈloːzə]) is the name of a mountain in the Ausseerland in Austria which has an elevation of 1,838 metres above sea level.
The Hallstätter Glacier (German: Hallstätter Gletscher) (formerly also called the Karleisfeld or Karl Icefield) is the largest glacier in the Dachstein Mountains. It lies immediately beneath the northern foot of the Dachstein itself and runs down to…
Steinbrücken Cave (German: Steinbrückenhöhle, "Stone bridge cave", no. 1623/204 in the Austrian Caves Register) was discovered by the Cambridge University Caving Club on the Loser Plateau in 1999. It is named after a nearby natural arch.
Lauffen is situated in the district Gmunden within the central Salzkammergut in southern Upper Austria. It's a Katastralgemeinde of Bad Ischl.
The Upper and Lower Eissee are two lakes in the Dachstein Mountains in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.
The Dachstein Chapel (German: Dachsteinkapelle) in the Diocese of Linz is located immediately next to the Simony Hut in the Dachstein Mountains. It lies at a height of 2,206 m and is the highest place of worship in the Northern Limestone Alps.
Stein is a village in the Austrian state of Styria in the administrative district of Liezen.
Ruine Pflindsberg is a castle in Styria, Austria.
Pötschen Pass (el.
The Hirzkar Lake can be found south of the "Hohen Krippenstein" in Upper Austria.