Mühlbachtal (Taufers)

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View of the inner Mühlbachtal

The Mühlbachtal , also Mühlbacher Tal or Mühlbach for short , is an orographically left side valley of Taufers in South Tyrol . Administratively it belongs entirely to the municipality of Gais . It branches off towards the northeast at the main town of the municipality and leads into the Rieserferner group. It is drained by the Mühlbach , which flows into the Ahr . On its south-facing slopes, it offers space for the village of Mühlbach at an altitude of around 1500  m . Above it begins the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park , which encompasses the majority of the Mühlbach Valley. The valley head is dominated by several high peaks, among which the Große Windschar ( 3041  m ) with the Bramstaller ( 2559  m ) in front , the Morgenkofel ( 3073  m ) and the Wasserkopf ( 3135  m ) are the most famous.

Web links

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Egon Kühebacher : The place names of South Tyrol and their history. The historically evolved names of the valleys, rivers, streams and lakes. Athesia, Bozen 1995, ISBN 88-7014-827-0 , pp. 202-203.

Coordinates: 46 ° 51 ′ 20 ″  N , 12 ° 0 ′ 31 ″  E