Serles is a 2717-meter high mountain in the Stubai Alps in Tyrol. The summit and the two sub peaks are visible from Innsbruck on clear days. A legend tells the story that the “Giant Serles” once was a cruel king who was turned into stone by god, as a punishment for his misdeeds.



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Elevation: 2717 m
Country and region: Austria, Tyrol
Mountain range: Stubai Alps
Prominence: 333 m
Orometric dominance: 12
Coordinates: 47.123323, 11.381793

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