Torkofel (centre) as part of the Jauken Massif.
|Elevation||2,276 m (7,467 ft)|
|Prominence||661 m (2,169 ft) |
|Parent range||Gailtal Alps|
Torkofel (2,276 m) is a mountain of the Gailtal Alps in Carinthia, Austria. It is the highest summit of the Jauken Group, a small limestone massif west of Reißkofel. It lies between the Drava valley to the north and the Gail valley in the south. It was first climbed in 1853 by the Johann Festin von Wald and Paul Grohmann.
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