The Albula Alps are a mountain range in the Alps of eastern Switzerland. They are considered to be part of the Central Eastern Alps, more specifically the Rhaetian Alps. They are named after the River Albula. The Albula Alps are separated from the Oberhalbstein Alps in the west by the Septimer Pass and the valley of the Sursés; from the Plessur Alps in the north-west by the Landwasser valley; from the Silvretta group in the north-east by the Flüela Pass; from the Bernina Range in the south-east by the Maloja Pass and the Inn valley (upper Engadin).
The Albula Alps are drained by the Albula, Gelgia, Landwasser and Inn rivers.
The main peaks of the Albula Alps are:
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The Albula Alps are crossed by one railway tunnel, under the Albula Pass. The main mountain passes of the Albula Alps are:
- ^ Reynolds, Kev (2005). Walking in the Alps, 2nd ed., Cicerone, Singapore, p. 275, ISBN 1-85284-261-X.