The Cronese Mountains are found in the Mojave Desert of California in the United States. The small range is found north of Interstate 15 southwest of the town of Baker. The mountains are located at the northwestern edge of the Devils Playground and southwest of the Soda Mountains. The eastern part of the range lies between East and West Cronese Dry Lakes, and the Arrowhead Trail runs along the range near the freeway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cronese Mountains"
The Diablo Range is a large group of mountain chains and ranges in western California. It is sandwiched by the Pacific Ocean to the west and by the Central Valley to the east. The range was named after Mount Diablo, which is usually considered to be its northernmost mountain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diablo Range"
The Eagle Mountains are found in southeastern California, USA, and lie partly in Joshua Tree National Park. The range lies to the north of Interstate 10 and west and southwest of the Coxcomb Mountains. The mountains reach an elevation of 1,631 meters inside the park, at the western end of the range near Cottonwood Pass. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eagle Mountains"
The El Paso Mountains are located in central southern California in the United States. The range lies in a southwest-northeasterly direction east of Highway 14, and north of the Rand Mountains and Randsburg Red Rock Road. Red Rock Canyon State Park lies at the western end of the range. ...more on Wikipedia about "El Paso Mountains"
The Elk Range is a mountain range in Mendocino County, California in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elk Range (California)"
The Funeral Mountains are a short, arid mountain range in the United States along the California- Nevada border approximately 100 mi (160 km) west of Las Vegas. The mountains are considered a subrange of the Amargosa Range that form the eastern wall of Death Valley. The Amargosa Desert lies along the eastern flank of the range in Nevada. The crest of the range is within Death Valley National Park. The range connects to the Grapevine Mountains on the north and Black Mountains on the south. According to information provided by the Bureau of Land Management web site, the highest peak in the range is 5300 ft (1616 m). Other sources, including United States Geological Survey and various commercial maps, list the highest point as Pyramid Peak, at 6703 ft (2043 m). ...more on Wikipedia about "Funeral Mountains"
The Granite Mountains is a small mountain range in San Bernadino County, California, USA, located at the edge of the Mojave Desert. The range stretches from Granite Pass ( ) to Budweiser Wash ( ). ...more on Wikipedia about "Granite Mountains (California)" This text is made for www.shortopedia.com Mountain_ranges_of_California
The Grapevine Mountains are located along the eastern border of California in the United States. The mountain range is about 22 miles long, and lies in a northwest-southeasterly direction along the Nevada-California state line. The range reaches an elevation of 8,738 feet at Grapevine Peak, near Phinney Canyon on the Nevada side. The range lies in Inyo County California, and Nye County, Nevada. Daylight Pass is at the southern end of the range. Most of the Grapevine Mountain chain is in Death Valley National Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grapevine Mountains"
The Greenwater Range is located in the eastern Mojave Desert of California in the United States. The mountains lie a short distance to the east of the Amargosa Range and the Black Mountains, and south of the Funeral Mountains. The southern part of the range lies in Death Valley National Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greenwater Range"
The Hollywood Hills, an unofficial designation of part of the City of Los Angeles, California, are part of the eastern section of the low transverse range of the Santa Monica Mountains, which extends from the Los Feliz District and Hollywood, on the south side of the Valley, to Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu and Pacific Palisades. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hollywood Hills"
The In-Ko-Pah Mountains are located near the US border with Mexico in southern California, west of the Jacumba Mountains. The range is approximately 12 miles long. Mt. Tule, at 4,647 feet, and Sombrero Peak, at 4,229 feet above sea level, are the tallest mountains in the chain. The range, which lies in a north-south direction, is located just north of Interstate 8, and east of the Manzanita Indian Reservation. ...more on Wikipedia about "In-Ko-Pah Mountains"
The Inyo Mountains are a short mountain range east of the Sierra Nevada mountains in eastern California in the United States. The range separates the Owens Valley to the west with Saline Valley to the east, extending for approximately 70 mi (130 km) SSE from the southern end of the White Mountains, from which they are separated by Westgard Pass, to east of Owens Lake. The highest peak in the range is Waucoba Mountain (elevation 11,123 ft/3,390 m), located approximately 18 mi (29 km) southeast of Big Pine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inyo Mountains"
The Ivanpah Mountains are located in the eastern Mojave Desert of California in the United States. The range lies to the south and east of the Mescal Range and west of the Ivanpah Valley and New York Mountains. The mountains lie in a southwest-northeasterly direction, and are home to the Morning Star, Kokoweef, and Allured Mines. The southern part of the range lies in the Mojave National Preserve. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ivanpah Mountains"
The Jacumba Mountains are located in southern California near the US border with Mexico. The mountains lie in a northwest-southeasterly direction east of the In-Ko-Pah Mountains, and north of Interstate 8. The range is approximately 10 miles long, and the mountains are located about four miles northeast of the town of Jacumba. The mountains reach an elevation of 4,089 feet at Table Mountain, at the southwestern end of the chain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacumba Mountains"
The Kelso Mountains are located just north of the small community of Kelso and the Kelso Dunes, in the Mojave National Preserve in southeastern California. The town of Baker, near Interstate 15, lies approximately 18 miles to the northwest of the mountain range. Kelso Peak, at 4,764 feet, is the principal peak of the range. Like most of the Mojave Desert, the range is characterized by little rainfall, and usually receives less than 5-6 inches of precipitation in a normal year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelso Mountains"
The King Range is a mountain range of northern coastal California. Part of the Northern Coast Ranges, the King Range runs parallel to the coast, and its western slopes fall steeply to the Pacific Ocean. The inaccessible coastal wilderness, known as the Lost Coast, is the longest undeveloped stretch of coast in California. The King Range is adjacent to the Mendocino Triple Junction, where three tectonic plates (the Pacific Plate, the North American Plate, and the Juan de Fuca Plate) meet, and the area experiences frequent earthquakes. ...more on Wikipedia about "King Range, California"
The Kingston Range, sometimes called the Kingston Mountains, is located in Inyo and San Bernardino counties in the Mojave Desert in eastern California. The range reaches a height of 7,323 feet above sea level at Kingston Peak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kingston Range"
The Klamath Mountains are a mountain range in northwest California and southwest Oregon, the highest peaks being Thompson Peak (2744m / 9002') in Trinity County, California, and Mount Ashland (2296m / 7533') in Jackson County, Oregon. They have a very varied geology, with substantial areas of serpentine and marble, and a climate characterised by cold winters with very heavy snowfall, and warm summers with limited rainfall. As a consequence of the geology, they have a unique flora, known as the Klamath-Siskiyou forests, which includes several endemic or near-endemic species, such as Lawson's Cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), Foxtail pine (Pinus balfouriana), Brewer's Spruce (Picea breweriana) and Kalmiopsis (Kalmiopsis leachiana). The northern portion of the Klamath range is also known as the Siskiyou Mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Klamath Mountains"
The Laguna Mountains are a section of the Peninsular Ranges in eastern San Diego County. The mountains run in a northwest/southeast alignment for approximately 20 miles. They are bordered by the Cuyamaca area on the west and the Sonoran Desert on the east, where the mountains form a steep escarpment along the Laguna Salada Fault. To the north the Laguna Mountains are bounded by the Elsinore Fault and to the south by Cameron Valley and Thing Valley. The highest point is Cuyapaipe Mountain at 6,378 feet. The mountains are largely contained within the Cleveland National Forest. Mount Laguna is a village in the Laguna Mountains with a population of about 80. ...more on Wikipedia about "Laguna Mountains"
The Last Chance Range of California is located near the Nevada state line in eastern Inyo County in the United States. The range lies in a generally north-south direction, and stretches for more than 30 miles. The mountains lie to the northwest of the Cottonwood Mountains, and are almost entirely within Death Valley National Park, except for a small area near the Sulphur Mine in the north. The range reaches an elevation of 8,674 feet above sea level at Dry Mountain in the southern part of the range. ...more on Wikipedia about "Last Chance Range"
The Lava Bed Mountains are located in the Mojave Desert in southeastern California, USA. The mountains lie in a northwest-southeasterly direction, and are located almost entirely within the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, which is a restricted area. The mountains reach a height of 4,488 feet above sea level at Argos Mountain, and are found at the northwestern end of the Bullion Mountains. Gays Pass is located at the southern end of the chain, with the Rodman Mountains to the northwest. The Lava Bed Mountains are approximately 11 miles long, and lie in the arid climate zone, characterized by little rainfall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lava Bed Mountains" www.shortopedia.com - Xtending Info.
The Little Maria Mountains are located in southeastern California in the United States. The range lies in a northwest-southeasterly direction east of the Palen Mountains and west of the Big Maria Mountains. The mountain range is approximately 15 miles long and is located about 12 miles north of Interstate 10, and 12 miles southwest of the abandoned Rice Army Airfield near highway 62. The Victor Mine is found at the southeastern end of the range near Midland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Little Maria Mountains"
The Little San Bernardino Mountains are short peninsular range in southern California in the United States. They extend for approximately 40 mi (64 km) southeast from the San Bernardino Mountains through San Bernardino and Riverside counties to the northeast edge of the Salton Sea. The range separates the Coachella Valley on the west from the Mojave Desert on the east. The peaks vary in height from approximately 4,000-5,000 ft (1200-1650 m). The popular resort community of Palm Springs sits to the west of the range in the Coachella Valley. ...more on Wikipedia about "Little San Bernardino Mountains"
The Marl Mountains are located in the Mojave National Preserve in eastern California in the United States. Like the Beale Mountains to the east, the range is one of the smallest mountain ranges in the nation, and is only about four miles long. The mountains are located northeast of the Kelso Mountains, in the Mojave National Preserve. The Marl Mountains lie just east of Kelbaker Road, which connects the town of Baker with the small community of Kelso. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marl Mountains"
The Mayacmas Mountains are located in northwestern California in the United States. The mountains are found west of Clear Lake south and east of Ukiah. The range stretches for more than 30 miles in a northwest-southeasterly direction, and reaches an elevation of 4,720 above sea level at Cobb Mountain in the southeastern part of the chain. There are several other peaks over 3,000 feet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mayacmas Mountains"
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