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The Gaisberg is a peak in the Salzkammergut Mountains of the Northern Limestone Alps to the east of Salzburg.
The Gaisberg is a peak in the Salzkammergut Mountains of the Northern Limestone Alps to the east of Salzburg. A popular recreational area, it has a road as well as hiking trails to the summit at 1287 metres which offers incredible views of the valley, Salzkammergut, Berchtesgaden Alps, and upto Bavaria on a clear day. It also has the 100 metre tall TV signal transmitter for ORF Landesstudio Salzburg. Trails from the bus stops to the top can be covered in 1 to 3 hours. Alternately, you can take the Gaisberg Rundwanderweg - a 5 kilometre long circular hike around the mountain, or the Zistelrunde which stretches for 2.5 kilometres. Apart from hiking, it has facilities for skiing, mountain biking, and paragliding.
Gaisberg, 5026 Salzburg, Austria
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