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Tannheimer Tal

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Floor elevation  1060-1140 m
Long-axis length  20 km
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Location  Tyrol, Allgäu Alps, Austria
Type  high valley, hanging valley
Watercourses  Berger Ache, Vils; Nesselwängler Ache, Warpsbach, Weißenbach
Similar  Haldensee, Vilsalpsee, Neunerköpfle, Alps, Allgäu Alps

The Tannheimer Tal ("Tannheim valley") is a high valley, at an elevation of about 1,100 metres, in the Tannheim Mountains, which are part of the Allgäu Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol (county of Reutte).

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Map of Tannheimer Tal, 6675, Austria

Geography

The Tannheimer Tal branches off the upper Lech valley as a hanging valley near Weißenbach, runs via the Gaicht Pass and the lake of Haldensee to the Oberjoch Pass in Bavaria. Between the Haldensee and Nesselwängle it run as a valley-floor divide at around 1,140 m (AA). East of it, the Nesselwängler Ache, Warpsbach and Weißenbach drain into the Lech, to the west the Berger Ache and Vils rivers flow through it. The Vils runs in a wide bow around the Tannheim Mountains and also empties into the Lech at the town of Vils.

References

Tannheimer Tal Wikipedia


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