For a long time the High Dachstein was written with a height of 3 004 m, but in fact it "only" has 2 995 m. One assumes that this had touristic reasons.
The nose of the Native American at the "Hohe Kalmberg" is regularly cleaned by the local mountain rescue service.
Safe on the mountain pasture
Guidelines for cooperation
- Avoid contact with grazing animals. Do not feed the animals, maintain a safe distance at all time!
- Keep calm, do not frighten grazing animals!
- Mother cows protect their calves. Avoid encounters between suckler cows and dogs!
- Always keep dogs under control and keep them on a short leash. If an attack by a grazing animal is foreseeable: Cast off immediately!
- Do not leave hiking trails on alpine pastures and pastures!
- If grazing cattle block the way, give them the wides berth you can!
- If a cow apporahces you: stay calm, do not turn your back, avoid the animals!
- Leave the pasture quickly at the first sign of anxiety!
- Fences must be observed! If there is a gate, use it, close it well and cross the pasture quickly!
- Meet the people working here, the nature and the animals with respect!
Alpine emergency call 140
- Keep calm, select emergency call (Alpine emergency call 140 or Euro emergency call 112)
- Render first aid and provide the injured person
- Follow the instructions and wait at the scene until help arrives
- Don't make too much calls so the battery lasts long