The Nordkette, also known as Northern Chain or Inn Valley Chain, is the southernmost mountain chain in the Karwendel. Its highest summit is Kleiner Solstein, which is nearly 100 meters higher than neighbouring Großer Solstein. The via ferrata Innsbrucker Klettersteig leads over seven summits of the chain, from Seegrubenspitze via Langer Sattel to the summit named Frau Hitt.



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Elevation: 2637 m
Country and region: Austria, Tyrol
Mountain range: Karwendel
Prominence: 511 m
Orometric dominance: 19
Coordinates: 47.301940, 11.324170

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