Hochkönig is the highest mountain massif of the Berchtesgarden Alps south of the German-Austrian border and one of the most prominent peaks in the Alps. The massif appears especially impressive seen from the south. The summit is covered by the “Übergossene Alm”, a glacier which has shrinked severely over the last decades.



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Elevation: 2941 m
Country and region: Austria, Salzburg
Mountain range: Northern Limestone Alps
Prominence: 2181 m
Orometric dominance: 74
Coordinates: 47.420263, 13.062393

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