The Goinger Halt is a mountain in the Kaisergebirge range in the Northern Limestone Alps in Austria. It has a double summit: a northern top to the rear, the Hinterer Goinger Halt (2,192 metres), and a higher, southern top in front, the Vorderer Goinger Halt (2,242 metres). The name "Halt" means something like Alpine meadow and refers therefore to the peak over the meadow areas, that belong to the parish of Going (c.f. Ellmauer Halt).
There's a demading hiking trail (T3) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Wildangerhütte located 1 007m/3 305ft NW of the summit.
By elevation Hintere Goinger Halt is
# 20 out of 108 in Kaisergebirge (Naturschutzgebiet) # 64 out of 426 in Bezirk Kitzbühel # 20 out of 93 in the Wilder Kaiser # 20 out of 149 in the Kaisergebirge
By prominence Hintere Goinger Halt is
# 9 out of 108 in Kaisergebirge (Naturschutzgebiet) # 36 out of 426 in Bezirk Kitzbühel # 9 out of 93 in the Wilder Kaiser # 13 out of 149 in the Kaisergebirge
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