Rinnerkogel

This mighty limestone peak rises at the northern front of the 'Totes Gebirge' (which means the dead mountain range and belongs to the Northern limestone Alps). The 'Totes Gebirge' is the largest karst plateau in Austria and its highest point is the 'Grosse Priel'. Its major rock components are 'Dachstein' limestone and dolomite. That's why hikers can find a great variety of carstic features, such as sinkholes ('Dolinen') and caves ('Karsthohlen'). Other mountain peaks are 'Schoenberg' (the beautiful mountain), 'Spitzmauer', 'Loser' and the 'Kleine Priel'. Best hiking maps are the (general Austrian map) OEK 25 (1:25000, map # 97) and the Freytag & Berndt 1:50000.

Elevation (feet): 6,601
Elevation (meters): 2,012
Continent: Europe
Country: Austria
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Nearest major airport: Salzburg
Convenient Center: Bad Ischl

Thanks to Klemens Riha for adding this peak.

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Trip Reports

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  • Log #11882 - by Klemens Riha on Sep 28, 1999
    We had chosen a great day for our hiking trip which lead us from the 'Offensee' to the top of 'Rinnerkogel'. It took us about 4 hours to get to the top and another 4 hours down because we chose an...