Choč Mountains

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Location
49°10'00"N
019°19'59"E
Country
 Slovakia
Categories
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Description

The Choč Mountains (in Slovak, Chočské vrchy) are a range of mountains in north-central Slovakia, a portion of the Fatra-Tatra Area of the Inner Western Carpathians. The range is 24 kilometers long and on average only 4 kilometers wide. Highest peak is Veľký Choč at 1 611 metres above sea level.

Location

Choč Mountains are bordered: in the northwest by the Oravská Highlands, in the northeast by the valley of the Podtatranská Brázda, in the east by the Western Tatras, the south by the basin of the Podtatranská kotlina, in the southwest by Greater Fatra

Highest Peaks

Veľký Choč, 1611 metres Malý Choč, 1465 metres Prosečné, 1371 metres Holica, 1340 metres Lomná, 1278 metres
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