The Schladminger Tauern (German: Schladminger Tauern) is the highest mountain range in the Low Tauern. It has the highest mountain - Hochgölling 2 863 m above sea level. The mountain is named after the nearby tourist centre, the town of Schladming.
The mountains are mainly rocky and have many beautiful lakes (e.g. Klaffersee and Rauhenbergsee). It is about 50 km long and borders the Rottenmann Tauern, Nockberge, Wölz Tauern, Radstadt Tauern, Dachstein and Dientener Berge.
Hochgolling 2 863 above see level
Hochwildstelle 2 747 above see level, Roteck 2 742 above see level, Preber 2 740 above see level, Kasereck 2 740 above see level, Waldhorn 2 702 above see level.
Sölktäler Nature Park
It's part of the system: Low Tatras
It is in country: Austria
Predominant rocks: shale; granite; rune