Hohe Munde, Austria The Hohe Munde is a 2,662-metre (8,734 ft) high mountain at the eastern end of the Mieming Chain in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It has two peaks: the west top (2,662 m) and the east top or Mundekopf (2,592 m).The Hohe Munde rises north of the village of Telfs in the Inn valley. To the east is the Seefeld Plateau and the Leutasch village of Moos. To the north it is separated from the Wetterstein Mountains by the valley of Gaistal. To the west, the Mieming Chain stretches away into the distance. Beyond the saddle of Niedere Munde (2,059 m) is the next peak in the chain, the 2,469 metre high Karkopf, followed by the 2,719 metre high Hochwand.
Lacke Mountain by John O'Nolan Via Flickr: This was our view from the summit of Lacke Mountain, in Mieming Austria - after a 5am start to hike to the top in time for sunrise. Totally worth it.
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