Samnaun Alps

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Samnaun Alps
Muttler01.jpg
Highest point
Peak Muttler
Elevation 3,293 m (10,804 ft)
Coordinates 46°54′1″N 10°22′42″E / 46.90028°N 10.37833°E / 46.90028; 10.37833Coordinates: 46°54′1″N 10°22′42″E / 46.90028°N 10.37833°E / 46.90028; 10.37833
Geography
Countries Austria and Switzerland
States Tyrol and Graubünden
Parent range Central Eastern Alps
Borders on Verwall Alps, Silvretta, Sesvenna Range and Ötztal Alps

The Samnaun Alps are a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps, named after the Swiss municipality of Samnaun. They are located at the border of the Austrian state of Tyrol and the Graubünden canton of Switzerland.

The range includes the following peaks:

Peak Elevation (m/ft)
Muttler 3293 10,804
Piz Tschütta 3258 10,689
Piz Mundin 3146 10,322
Vesilspitze 3115 10,220
Piz Rots 3097 10,161
Vesulspitze 3092 10,145
Hexenkopf 3038  9,968
Bürkelkopf 3033  9,951
Gemspleiskopf 3017  9,899
Rothbleiskopf 2938  9,640
Flimspitz 2929  9610
Muttler (left) and Piz Tschütta (right)

For a list of passes, see Passes of the Silvretta and Rätikon Ranges.

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