Traunstein is the highest mountain on the east bank of Traunsee in the district of Gmunden, Austria. As measured by the height above sea level of its summit it is 1691 metres (5548 ft) high. Because of its almost vertical walls ending directly in the lake and secluded, advanced position Traunstein looks like a boulder in the landscape. Its distinctive silhouette is visible from a great distance therefore it is often called a guardian of the Salzkammergut.
There's a difficult alpine trail (T6) called Traunstein-Ostgrat leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Gmundner Hütte located 440m/1 445ft W of the summit.
By elevation Traunstein is
# 16 out of 654 in the Upper Austrian Prealps
By prominence Traunstein is
# 13 out of 2108 in Upper Austria # 8 out of 767 in Gmunden # 16 out of 2301 in the Salzkammergut and Upper Austria Alps # 5 out of 654 in the Upper Austrian Prealps
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