The Reisalpe (1,399 m) is the highest mountain in the Gutenstein Alps and lies between Lilienfeld, Hohenberg and Kleinzell in Lower Austria. It is a popular destination, both for hikers in summer and also for ski mountaineering and snowshoe walks in winter, and is classed as relatively safe from avalanches.
Near the summit stands a Madonna, recently joined by a summit cross, as well as the Reisalpe refuge hut (Schutzhaus) opened on 9 October 1898. A small Austrian Armed Forces hut is also located in the vicinity of the summit.
There's a trail called Reisalpenstraße leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Reisalpen Schutzhaus located 91m/299ft WSW of the summit.
By elevation Reisalpe is
# 36 out of 390 in Bezirk Lilienfeld # 1 out of 528 in the Gutenstein Alps
By prominence Reisalpe is
# 2 out of 390 in Bezirk Lilienfeld # 9 out of 4466 in Lower Austria # 1 out of 528 in the Gutenstein Alps # 9 out of 2013 in the Northern Lower Austria Alps
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