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Apart from the westernmost part, these distant mountains are the Zillertal Alps, the highest of which are defining the Italian - Austrian border, well over 40 km to the north.
Though the glaciers on the north side are much more substantial, even the south still has a few. The biggest white surface, well on the left in this photo, is the Östlicher Nevesferner / Vedretta di Neves Orientale. From this distance it looks harmless, but I had seen that glacier up close just a couple of weeks before, and it packed some dangerous looking crevasses:
Crevasses on the Östlicher Nevesferner
17 Aug 2014.