Schwarzberg (Upper Austrian Pre-Alps)
|location||Upper Austria , Austria|
|Mountains||Enns and Steyrtaler Flysch Mountains , Upper Austrian Pre-Alps|
The Schwarzberg is Upper Austrian Pre-Alps .high summit in the
Location and landscape
It is a north-westerly foothill of the edge-alpine Spadenberg massif ( ). The Spadenberg ridge runs east-west over the Plattenberg ( ) to the Willeitenberg ( ), the secondary ridge from this northwards over the Schwarzberg and Braschenberg ( ) to the same The ridge of the Damberg ( ), which rises above the city of Steyr , travels east-west again . These mountains are usually included in the Enns and Steyrtaler Flysch mountains .
The Dambach (Rädlbach) flows to the west with the northern side ditch Höllbach to the Enns (river) , where the Garstener village [Unter-] Dambach is located . To the east go two small trenches, Riedlgraben and Moosbach, to the Kleinkohlergraben in the Kleinramingtal, with the village of St. Ulrich of the same name.
The mountain is an easy pre-alpine hiking and mountain biking area.
The summit cross reminds of the flood disaster of 1959 in Dambach.
- Schwarzberg. Tour description on nationalparkregion.com (accessed July 5, 2018).
- Damberg-Schwarzberg. Tour description on oberoesterreich.at (accessed July 5, 2018).
- Damberg-Schwarzberg circuit via Steyr. Tour description AV-alpenvereinaktiv.com on bergfex.at (accessed July 5, 2018).
- Flood 1959. Sand volunteer fire brigade (undated, accessed July 1, 2018).