The Hohe Veitsch (1,981 m) is the highest mountain in the Mürzsteg Alps, in the Austrian state of Styria. It is a limestone massif, rich in wildflower meadows and good views, and runs from west (main summit, 1,981 m (AA)) to east (plateau at about 1,500 metres) to the Klein-Veitsch Alm, a distances of around 5.5 km.
There's a hiking trail (T1) leading to the summit. Hohe Veitsch is one of the 140 peaks along the multi-day European long distance path E6.
The nearest mountain hut is Graf Meran Haus located 531m/1 741ft SE of the summit.
By elevation Hohe Veitsch is
# 37 out of 1052 in Bezirk Bruck-Mürzzuschlag # 1 out of 494 in the Mürzsteg Alps
By prominence Hohe Veitsch is
# 5 out of 1052 in Bezirk Bruck-Mürzzuschlag # 25 out of 4784 in Styria # 1 out of 494 in the Mürzsteg Alps # 10 out of 1888 in the Northern Styrian Alps
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