Styrian Seeberg Pass

Styrian Seeberg Pass

Styrian Seeberg Pass (also the Aflenzer Seeberg) (el. 1253 m.) is a high mountain pass in the Austrian Alps, located in the Bundesland of Styria, east of the Hochschwab Mountains. The pass forms the most important connection between the Mürz Valley at Kapfenberg and the pilgrimage destination of Mariazell (as well as neighboring Lower Austria). At the same time, it forms the division between the watersheds of the Mura and the Enns.

The Styrian Seeberg's name serves to differentiate from the Seebergsattel on the border between Carinthia and Slovenia, which is also called the Carinthian Seeberg.

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