| 13.0 km → Guffert|
| Upper Carnian - Norian|
| 1,986-1,031 m ↓ Wechsel|
main dolomite, plattenkalk
Bavarian Prealps, Mangfall Mountains
Mangfall Mountains, Bavarian Prealps
Veitsberg, Schinder, Großer Traithen, Trainsjoch, Rotwand
Hinteres Sonnwendjoch Wikipedia
The Hinteres Sonnwendjoch in the Austrian state of Tyrol is a mountain, 1,986 m (AA), and the highest peak of the Mangfall range, a subdivision of the Bavarian Prealps. Because the Brandenberg Alps to the south are lower, its summit offers outstanding views of the Central Alps despite its low elevation. The Hinterer Sonnwendjoch drops away steeply to the north into the Grund. The summit is made of main dolomite and, on the south side, of plattenkalk.
A long, but easy mountain hike from Valepp (890 m) in Bavaria leads up to the Bärenbadalm (1,590 m) and on to the summit. Considerably shorter, but also easy is the climb from Ackernalm (1,383 m) south of the massif, which is easily reached on the toll road from Bayrischzell or Kufstein.