This area, part of the Northern Limestone Alps, belongs more or less to the same mountain group as the better known Berchtesgadener Alps. They are situated between Salzburg and the Inn valley, mostly on German territory.
We'd better characterize them as pre-Alps, since they do not offer the high altitude of the Berchtesgadener Alps. The highest summit is the Sonntagshorn (1.960 m).
Nevertheless, as everywhere in the German Alps, you may expect fine walking possibilities in these forests and alms, accentuated by the rocky limestone massifs sticking out of them.