Kleiner Solstein

Local nameKleiner Solstein
LocationHötting, Innsbruck, Austria

The Kleiner Solstein is a mountain, 2,637 m high, in the Nordkette in the Karwendel Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Despite its name it towers above its western neighbour, the Großer Solstein by almost 100 m and is thus the highest summit in the Nordkette. The southern side of the Kleiner Solstein facing the Inn valley is characterised by schrofen and steep-sided cirques. To the north it plummets in a rock face up to 600 m high towards the valley of Großkristental, which runs from the Gleirsch valley in a southwesterly direction to the Erl Saddle.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kleiner_Solstein

Address 6020, Austria

Coordinates 47°18'8.939" N 11°19'27.841" E

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