Traunstein, often called the guardian of the Salzkammergut, has a characteristic outline - on some days it can still be seen from a distance of 150km. With 1,691m Traunstein is no especially high Alpine mountain - but its beauty attracted visitors at all times. The Austrian emperor Franz Joseph came to the area regularly to hunt chamois.



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Elevation: 1691 m
Country and region: Austria, Upper Austria
Mountain range: Upper Austrian Prealps
Prominence: 694 m
Orometric dominance: 41
Coordinates: 47.873353, 13.839897

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