Ötscher Caves; the best known Ötscher Caves in the area of the Ötscher peak and the Rauhe Kamm include the Geldloch, formerly also known as Seeluckn (alt. 1,460 m, 9,047 m long, vertical expansion 653 m), Taubenloch (alt. 1,505 m, 4131 m long, vertical expansion 514 m), Pfannloch (discovery of the main entrance in 1986, alt. 1,557 m, 3,314 m long, vertical expansion 304 m) and the Ötscher stalactite cave, a show cave, (alt. 710 m) in Roßkofel (Kerschbaum), 575 m long; subterranean lake below the pithead.