Elevation (feet): 5,418
Elevation (meters): 1,693
Continent: Europe
Country: Germany/Austria
Range/Region: Austrian Alps
Latitude: 47.34
Longitude: 12.46
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Year first climbed: 1908
First successful climber(s): J.F. Seitz and Max Zeller
Nearest major airport: Salzburg
Convenient Center: Berchtesgaden

Thanks to peter lyssy for adding this peak.

Sulzenstein is more a remarkable shoulder than a summit on the south end of the wild ridge " Leimbichlhörner ", the most southern part of Reiteralm, Berchtesgadener Alps. Literally translated, " Leimbichlhörner " means " horns of clay", because the ridge consists of " Ramsaudolomit ", an extremely brickly kind of limestone.

But Sulzenstein is easy to go except the last 160 feet below the summit. It is a very fine point of review only known to the locals.

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