The Hochstadl is a mountain of the Ybbstal Alps located in Styria, Austria, belonging to the Kräuterin karst massif. It is the highest summit of the Northern Lower Austria Alps.

The Hochstadl seen from northeast.
Highest point
Elevation1,919 m (6,296 ft)[1]
Prominence1,072 m (3,517 ft)[2]
Coordinates47°41′11″N 15°04′31″E
Parent rangeNorthern Lower Austria Alps
Easiest routethrough the Kräuterinhütte


Administratively the mountain belongs to the Austrian state of Styria.

Access to the summit

The suggested route for the mountain starts from Dürradmer and reaches the top through the Kräuterinhütte (Kräuterin mountain hut) at 1,394 m.[3]


  1. Die Kräuterin (Hochstadl) 1919 m, article on ergkraxler.heimat.eu (accessed in May 2012)
  2. "Hochstadl - Peakbagger". "peakbagger.com. Retrieved 23 February 2016.
  3. Kräuterinhütte (1394 m), article on www.tourensuche.eu (accessed in May 2012)
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