| 2,184 m (7,165 ft)|
| Austria, Slovenia and Hungary|
Northern Styrian Alps, Eastern Tauern Alps, Carinthian-Styrian Alps and Slovenian Prealps
The Styrian Prealps (in German Steirisches Randgebirge, in Slovenian Štajersko Robno hribovje) is the proposed name for a subdivision of mountains in a new, and as yet unadopted, classification of the Alps, located in Austria and, marginally, in Slovenia and Hungary.
Styrian Prealps Wikipedia
The whole range is drained by the tributaries of the Danube river.
According to SOIUSA (International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps) the Styrian Prealps are an Alpine section, classified in the following way:main part = Eastern Alps
major sector = Central Eastern Alps
section = Styrian Prealps
code = II/A-20
The Styrian Prealps are divided into four subsections:North-western Styrian Prealps (Stubalpe; Gleinalpe; Westgraz) - SOIUSA code:II/A-20.I;
South-western Styrian Prealps (Koralpe; Reinischkögel; Kobansko) - SOIUSA code:II/A-20.II
Central Styrian Prealps (Fischbach; Ostgraz) - SOIUSA code:II/A-20.III;
Eastern Styrian Prealps (Wechsel-Joglland; Bucklige; Bernstein-Güns; Rosalien-Ödenburg) - SOIUSA code:II/A-20.IV.
Some notable summits of the Styrian Prealps are: