Reiter Alpe

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Reiter Alpe

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Reiteralm seen from the east
Highest point
Peak Stadelhorn
Elevation 2,286 m (7,500 ft)
Coordinates 47°37′N12°48′E / 47.617°N 12.800°E / 47.617; 12.800 Coordinates: 47°37′N12°48′E / 47.617°N 12.800°E / 47.617; 12.800
Geography
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Reiter Alpe
Location of the Reiter Alpe
Countries Germany and Austria
States Bavaria and Salzburg
Parent range Berchtesgaden Alps

The Reiter Alpe (also Reiter Alm or Reither Steinberge) is a mountain range of the Berchtesgaden Alps, [1] named after the village Reit. it is located on the German–Austrian border in Bavaria, Germany, and Salzburg, Austria. [2]

Berchtesgaden Alps mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps

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Geography

Major peaks include:

Stadelhorn mountain

The Stadelhorn (2,286 m) is the highest and most prominent peak in the Reiter Alm on the Austro-German border, lying on the boundary between the states of Bavaria and Salzburg.

Großes Häuselhorn mountain

Großes Häuselhorn is a mountain on the Reiter Alpe in the western part of the Berchtesgaden Alps located in Salzburg, Austria.

Wagendrischelhorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.

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Reiteralm may refer to:

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