Stubai Alps


Stubai Alps

Geobox|Range
name=Stubai Alps


image_caption=Lisenser FernerKogel, Rotgratspitze and Lisenser Spitze in July
country=Austria | country1 = Italy
state=Tyrol | state1=Bolzano-Bozen
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parent=Central Eastern Alps
highest=Zuckerhütl
highest_elevation=3507
highest_lat_d=46|highest_lat_m=57|highest_lat_s=42|highest_lat_NS=N
highest_long_d=11|highest_long_m=9|highest_long_s=13|highest_long_EW=E
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The Stubai Alps (Ger. "Stubaier Alpen") is a mountain range in the Central Eastern Alps of Europe. It is named after the Stubaital valley to its east. It is located southwest of Innsbruck, Austria, and several summits of the range form part of Austria's border with Italy. The range is bounded by the Inn River valley to the north; the Sill River valley ("Wipptal") and the Brenner Pass to the east (separating it from the Zillertal Alps); the Ötztal and Timmelsjoch to the west (separating it from the Ötztal Alps), and to the south by tributaries of the Passirio River and Isarco River.

Peaks

The main mountain peaks of the Stubai Alps are:

Passes

The main mountain passes of the Stubai Alps are:

Mountain passlocationtypeelevation (m/ft)
Sonklarscharte Sölden to Sterzing snow3327 10,916
Bildstockljoch Sölden to Ranaltsnow3138 10,296
Timmelsjoch (Passo del Rombo) Sölden to Merano road 2509 8232
Jaufen Pass/Passo di Monte Giovo Sterzing to Merano road2094 6870
Brenner Pass Innsbruck to Verona highway, railway1370 4495

External links

* [http://www.summitpost.org/show/mountain_link.pl/mountain_id/6124 Stubaier Alps on Summitpost]


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