Torkofel (2,276 m) is a mountain of the Gailtal Alps in Carinthia, Austria. It is the highest summit of the Jauken Group, a small limestone massif west of Reißkofel. It lies between the Drava valley to the north and the Gail valley in the south. It was first climbed in 1853 by the Johann Festin von Wald and Paul Grohmann.
There's a demading hiking trail (T3) leading to the summit. Torkofel is one of the 1 peaks along the Torkofel 232.
The nearest mountain hut is Jaukenalm located 828m/2 717ft SSW of the summit.
By elevation Torkofel is
# 65 out of 302 in Hermagor
By prominence Torkofel is
# 7 out of 302 in Hermagor # 10 out of 1052 in Spittal an der Drau # 27 out of 2446 in Carinthia # 30 out of 1900 in the Carnic and Gailtal Alps
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