|Ida Mountains||mountain range in northwestern Turkey, southeast of the ancient site of Troy. The highest peak is Mount Gargarus, 1,767 m/5,797 ft .|
|Adirondack Mountains; Adirondacks||mountain chain in northeastern New York State, known for spectacular scenery and recreational activities. The highest peak is Mount Marcy 1,629 m/5,344 ft .|
|Allegheny Mountains; Alleghenies||western mountain range of the Appalachian Mountains, in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia. The range is the divide between those rivers emptying into the Gulf of Mexico and those flowing into the Atlantic Ocean.|
|Altai Mountains||mountains in central Asia, on the Kazakhstan-Mongolia border, south of Russia and north of China|
|Anti-Lebanon Mountains||mountain range running from north to south in Lebanon, parallel to the Mediterranean coast|
|Appalachian Mountains; Appalachians||North American mountain system, stretching from southeastern Canada to central Alabama. Major ranges include the White, Green, Catskill, Allegheny, Blue Ridge, Great Smoky, and Cumberland mountains. The highest point is Mount Mitchell 2,037 m/6,684 ft .|
|Balkan Mountains||extension of the Alpine mountain system, running across central Bulgaria. The highest point is Botev Peak 2,376 m/7,795 ft .|
|Bighorn Mountains||mountain range of north central Wyoming and southern Montana, part of the Rocky Mountains. The highest point is Cloud Peak 4,019 m/13,187 ft . Bighorn National Forest lies in the range.|
|Black Mountains||mountain range in western North Carolina, part of the Blue Ridge and the highest range in the Appalachians. Its highest point is Mount Mitchell, 2,037 m/6,684 ft, the highest peak in the United States east of the Mississippi River.|
|Blue Ridge; Blue Ridge Mountains||mountain range in the United States, extending from northern Georgia across western North Carolina and into West Virginia. It is the easternmost range of the Appalachian Mountains, with its highest point at Mount Mitchell 2,037 m/6,684 ft .|
|Carpathian Mountains||mountain system in eastern Europe, situated along the border between Slovakia and Poland and extending southward through the Ukraine and eastern Romania. Its highest peak is Gerlachovka 2,655 m/8,711 ft .|
|Catskill Mountains||group of mountains in the Appalachian system, southeastern New York, situated along the western bank of the Hudson River. Its highest peak is Slide Mountain, 1,281 m/4,204 ft .|
|Chugach Mountains||mountain range in southern Alaska, stretching 480 km/300 mi from St. Elias Mountains in the east to Cook Inlet in the west. The highest point is Mount Marcus Baker 4,016 m/13,176 ft .|
|Elburz Mountains||mountain range in northern Iran, near the southern shore of the Caspian Sea. The highest peak is Damavand, 5,604 m/18,386 ft .|
|Grampian Mountains||mountain range in central Scotland that forms a natural division between the Highlands and Lowlands. The highest peak is Ben Nevis, 1,343 m/4,406 ft .|
|Green Mountains||mountain range in the Appalachian system, extending from Canada into western Massachusetts. The highest point is Mount Mansfield, 1,339 m/4,393 ft .|
|Guadalupe Mountains||mountain range of the Rocky Mountains that runs from New Mexico to Texas. The highest peak is Guadalupe Peak, 2,667 m/8,749ft .|
|Olympic Mountains||mountain range in northwestern Washington State, on the Olympic Peninsula, mainly in Jefferson and Clallam counties. The highest point is Mount Olympus, 7,965ft/2,428m .|
|Ouachita Mountains||mountain range in central Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. Highest Point: 899 m/2,950 ft .|
|Pocono Mountains||range of forested mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania, reaching about 640 m/2,100 ft|
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