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The District Imst is an administrative district in Tyrol, Austria. It borders the district Reutte in the north, as well as sharing a small border with Bavaria. It borders the district Innsbruck-Land in the east, South Tyrol (Italy) in the south, and the district Landeck in the west. The district comprises a part of the upper Inn valley, with its tributary valleys Ötztal, Pitztal, and Gurgltal, and the Mieminger Plateau. The area is dominated by high alpine mountains. Mountain ranges include the Stubai Alps, Ötztal Alps, and Mieminger Mountains. The District is around 35 km from west to east and 80 km from north to south. Highest mountain is the Wildspitze, the second highest mountain of Tyrol and the highest mountain of North Tyrol (all districts of Tyrol without the Lienz District). The Imst District is the southeast District of North Tyrol and includes one of the three passes from North to South Tyrol (Province Bolzano-Bozen, Italy), the Timmelsjoch, which is also the highest pass of Tyrol.