- Tux Alps
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map_caption=The Tux Alps (German: "Tuxer Alpen") are a small
mountain rangeof the Central Eastern Alpsin Austria. The range is named after the "Tuxertal", a side valley of the Ziller Valley.
The range is bounded by the Inn valley to the north (separating it from the
Karwendelmountain range and the Northern Limestone Alps); the lower Zillertalvalley to the east (separating it from the Kitzbühel Alps); the "Tuxerjoch" mountain passand the "Tuxertal" to the south (separating it from the Zillertal Alps); the Wipptalto the west (separating it from the Stubai Alps).
The highest peak of the Tux Alps is the
Lizumer Recknerwith an elevation 2,886 metres (9,469 ft). The Patscherkofelmountain was a site of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympicscelebrated in nearby Innsbruck.
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