Jura Mountains

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Ju·ra Mountains

 (jo͝or′ə, zhü-rä′)
A range extending about 240 km (150 mi) along the French-Swiss border and rising to 1,720 m (5,643 ft). The area is a popular year-round resort region.
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The Jura range has a varied flavour profile with a taste to suit even the most fastidious of palates.
Laying the mountain line was complicated by the need for tunnels and gradients, but the outcome was particularly successful: one of the two tunnels under the Jura range, that of Loges, 3,259 m in length, was the longest in Switzerland.
From: Kyndal The latest addition to the Isle of Jura range of whiskies, Superstition is a marriage of two styles--highly peated and whiskies aged for up to 21 years.