Petzeck (3,283m) is the highest mountain of the Schober Group in the High Tauern range, Austria. The mountain has a 1,000m high north face but its southern slope is more gentle, with lakes such as Kreuzsee and Wangenitzsee on its slopes. Its south western slope is glaciated.
The mountain is quieter than its near neighbours such as Grossglockner or Hoher Sonnblick.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Adolf-Nossberger-Hütte located 1 874m/6 150ft WNW of the summit.
By elevation Petzeck is
# 82 out of 3311 in the Western Tauern Alps # 59 out of 1318 in High Tauern National Park # 19 out of 1052 in Spittal an der Drau # 19 out of 2446 in Carinthia # 1 out of 184 in the Schober group
By prominence Petzeck is
# 10 out of 3311 in the Western Tauern Alps # 98 out of 23502 in Austria # 5 out of 1318 in High Tauern National Park # 8 out of 1052 in Spittal an der Drau # 19 out of 2446 in Carinthia # 1 out of 184 in the Schober group
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