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Rote Säule (Tauern)

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Prominence  303 m ↓ Rotebenscharte
State/Province  AT-5/AT-7
Normal route  West ascent (I)
Range  Venediger Group
Isolation  3.4 km → Kratzenberg
Parent range  Venediger Group
Elevation  2,993 m
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First ascent  1865 by Franz Keil (tourist and cartographer)

The Rote Säule (also Rote Saile) is a mountain, 2,993 m (AA), on the main chain of the Alps in the Venediger Group. It lies on the border between the Austrian states of Salzburg and East Tyrol.

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Location and ascent

The Rote Säule is a peak in the extreme north of the district of Lienz. It is located on the main chain of the Tauern between the Roter Kogel (2,946 m (AA)) to the southeast and the Abretter (2,979 m (AA)) to the northwest, the Rote Säule being separated from the Abretter by the col of Abretterscharte (2,856 m (AA)). The Rote Säule has a wide north and east face. To the south are the remains of a glacier, the Gschlößkees. The Rote Säule may be climbed from the Venedigerhaus, the route branching off from the Sandebentörl path towards the northwest.

Literature

  • Willi End, Hubert Peterka: Alpine Club guide Venedigergruppe. Bergverlag Rother, 5th edition, Munich, 2006, ISBN 3-7633-1242-0.
  • Alpine Club map 1:25,000, Sheet 36, Venedigergruppe, ISBN 3-928777-49-1.
  • References

    Rote Säule (Tauern) Wikipedia


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