The highest summit of the Austrian state Salzburg lies on the border to Tyrol and is the high point of the Venediger Group, the westernmost mountain range of the High Tauern. The Großvenediger's characteristic summit is determined by its glaciers and the prominent ridges, running along towards all four cardinal points of the compass.



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Elevation: 3666 m
Country and region: Austria, Salzburg / Tyrol
Mountain range: High Tauern
Prominence: 1199 m
Orometric dominance: 32
Coordinates: 47.109444, 12.345556

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