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Top of Schneibstein
Salzburg

The Schneibstein is a 2276 meter high mountain in the Berchtesgaden Alps. Directly over the summit is the borderline between Germany - Bavaria and Austria - Salzburg. From Jenner there is a hiking trail over the Stahl-Haus with easy climbs to the top of Schneibstein, which has earned him the title of "easiest two thousand meter mountain of the Berchtesgaden Alps".

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