Großes Ochsenhorn (2,511m) is a mountain in Salzburg, Austria. It is the highest mountain in the Loferer Steinberge range. It is surrounded by a karst plateau. The mountain's name in German is translated as "Great Ox Horn". The nearest town is Lofer in the Saalachtal valley, and the mountain takes about six hours to climb from here.
There's a demanding alpine trail (T5) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Ludwig-Rieger-Biwak located 1 146m/3 760ft NE of the summit.
By elevation Großes Ochsenhorn is
# 41 out of 1048 in the Northern Salzburg Alps # 1 out of 93 in the Loferer Steinberge
By prominence Großes Ochsenhorn is
# 73 out of 60693 in the Alps # 21 out of 23502 in Austria # 2 out of 1291 in Zell am See # 4 out of 3018 in Salzburg # 4 out of 1048 in the Northern Salzburg Alps # 1 out of 93 in the Loferer Steinberge
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