|Schwaighofenberg ( Rotte )|
|Pole. District , state||Salzburg area (SL), Salzburg|
|Pole. local community||Eugendorf ( KG Schwaighofen )|
|Building status||74 (addresses, 2012)|
|Post Code||5301 Eugendorf|
|Counting district / district||Eugendorf-Süd (50310 002)|
Source: STAT : Place directory ; BEV : GEONAM ; SAGIS ; SAGIS
Schwaighofenberg also Schwaighofen-Berg , is a place between the Salzburg Lake District and the Salzburg Pre-Alps in the State of Salzburg , and part of the municipality of Eugendorf in the Salzburg-Umgebung district .
Schwaighofenberg is 3 kilometers south of Eugendorf, at around Heuberg – Petersberg train , forms a wooded knoll . Towards the southeast the relief descends into the valley of the Alter Bach (via Guggenthal to Salzburg) and the pass landscape around Unterkoppl , in the southeast lies the Forsthuber Bühel ( ) and to the east extends Oberplainfeld , where the terrain is located abruptly breaks off to the Plainfelder Bach and towards Thalgau , and towards the north, without any recognizable border, the terrain descends into the hill country of the Salzburg Lake District , which is already counted as part of the Alpine foothills . The location allows a good view, up to the Sauwald (granite and gneiss highlands).in a pass landscape right on the edge of the Alps, which is also called Schwaighofner Berg here . Here the Eugendorfer Berg ( ), an extension of the
The Rotte itself includes the houses on the L254 Reitbergstraße , which leads from the Reitbergsiedlung on the L103 Thalgauer Landesstraße to Unterkoppl, up to the Eugendorferberg around the Alpenblick and Dachsteinblick inns . The location comprises a total of around 75 addresses.
- Neighboring places
Although the Heuberg, as well as the northeast lying group of the Kolomannsberg belong to the flysch zone , the Schwaighofenberg / Eugendorfer Berg is already completely shaped by glacial sediments. Here, towards the north-east, from Gottsreit as well as from Sommeregg, strikes a typical moraine landscape with clearly defined walls left by the Salzach glacier . The southern group is the northern edge of the glacier tongue that has carved out the Guggenthal (Gnigler Lobus) , the northern group is the southern edge of the mighty Wallerseelobus (Söllheim-Kraiwiesner branch) , which united here at Schwaighofenberg / Reitbach, and met in Thalgau with the Dachstein glacier. The structure of the glacier levels is legible. Little can be said about the flysch itself here, as it lies under thick sediment east of Gottsreit - some outcrops can only be found south around Schwandt and Schwaighofen .
Johann Egger: Report 1992 on geological recordings in the Rhenodanubian Flysch Zone on sheet 64 Straßwalchen . In: Jahrbuch der Geologische Bundesanstalt , 136, Vienna, 1993, pp. 567-568 ( content ( memento of the original from July 28, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and Archive link according to instructions and then remove this note. , Geologie.ac.at); also Gustav Götzinger: Admission report by the chief geologist Prof. Dr. Gustav Götzinger on sheet Salzburg-Ost (4850) . In: Negotiations of the Federal Geological Institute 1937, Vienna 1937, pp. 37–41 ( content ( memento of the original dated August 30, 2012 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link accordingly Instructions and then remove this note. , Geologie.ac.at)