The Hochschwab is the highest mountain in the Hochschwab Group in Styria, in the east of Gesäuse National park. The Hochschwab group is a karstified plateau, mostly without vegetation. The Plateau drops down to the south with a steep approximately 300 meter tall and two kilometer wide rock face. Typical for a karstic rock formation are its caves all over the massif, the most famous one being the Rauenmauerhöhle.



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Country and region: Austria, Styria
Mountain range: Eisenerz Alps
Prominence: 1051 m
Orometric dominance: 46
Coordinates: 47.618060, 15.142220

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