Abakan Range ( ) is a metamorphic rock mountain range in the Southwestern Siberia, Russia. Length: 300 km., elevation: up to 1984. It is mostly covered by taiga, up to 1500m, followed by mountainous tundra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abakan Range"
The Caucasus Mountains are a mountain system between the Black and Caspian seas in the Caucasus region, usually considered the southeastern limit of Europe. The Caucasus Mountains are made up of two separate mountain systems/ranges made up of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range and the Lesser Caucasus Mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caucasus Mountains"
Chamar-Daban is a mountain range in Siberia, Russia at the Lake Baikal. The highest peak is the Tchersky Peak at 2090 metres. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chamar-Daban"
The Chersky Range is a chain of mountains in northeastern Siberia. It generally runs from northwest to southeast through the republic of Sakha and the oblast of Magadan. The tallest mountain in the range is Peak Pobeda, which is 3147 meters tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chersky Range"
Greater Caucasus ( , Azerbaijani: Böyük Qafqaz Dağları, sometimes translated as "Caucasus Major", "Big Caucasus" or "Large Caucasus") is the major mountain range of Caucasus mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greater Caucasus"
The Khibiny Massif, Khibiny Mountains or Khibins is one of the two main mountain ranges of the Kola Peninsula, Russia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khibiny Massif"
Kuznetsk Alatau is a mountain range, South Siberia, Russia between Kuznetsk Depression and Minusinsk Depression. Length: about 300 km., elevation: up to 2,078 m (6,900 ft). It is part of the mountain system of Central Asia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kuznetsk Alatau"
Lovozero Tundras ( Russian: Ловозёрские тундры, Lovozerskiye Tundras, named after the lake in that area – Lovozero; the region is also known as Ловозёрье, Lovozerye, Lovozyorye) is a mountain range located in the center of Kola Peninsula, in Russia, between Lovozero and Umbozero Lake, and constitute a shoe-shaped ridge of picturesque hills, that surround the Seydozero Lake. The slopes are covered mainly with spruce and pine. Highest point is a mount Angvundaschorr (1120 m). The area around the lake is inhabited by Saami and several place names are of non-Russian origin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lovozero Tundras"
The Putoran Mountains are a range of mountains on the nortwestern edge of the Central Siberian Plateau, in an area also known as the Putoran Plateau. The highest mountain in the range is Mount Kamen which stands 1,700m above sea level. ...more on Wikipedia about "Putoran Mountains"
Salair Ridge ( ) is an eroded plateau-type highland in the Southwestern Siberia, Russia. Elevation: up to 621m., length: 300 km, width: 15-40 km. It is a natural continuation of Altai Mountains and separates the Kuznetsk Depression from the Ob Plain, the basin of Ob River. Its main ridge is nearly parallel to that of Kuznetsk Alatau. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salair Ridge"
The Sayan Mountains ( Russian, Sayanskiy Khrebet) is a mountain range in southern Siberia, Asia, forming the eastern continuation of the Sailughem or Altay range, stretching from 89° E to 106° E. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sayan Mountains"
The Sikhote-Alin (also spelled Sikhotae-Alin) is a mountain range in Primorsky and Khabarovsk Krais, Russia, extending about 900 km to the northeast of the Russian Pacific seaport of Vladivostok. The highest summit is Anik Mountain (1,933 m). ...more on Wikipedia about "Sikhote-Alin"
The Stanovoi Range ( Russian: Станово́й хребе́т), also spelled as Stanovoy Range, is a mountain range located in southeastern parts of the Russian Far East. About 725 km long, it runs generally east-west from the Olekma River to the Mayar River, close to the Sea of Okhotsk, and delimits the watersheds of the Lena and Amur Rivers. Its highest point is Mount Skalisty at 2,482 m (8,143 ft). ...more on Wikipedia about "Stanovoi Range"
The Tannu-Ola mountains, more properly called the Tangdy-Uula mountains (Tuvan Таңдь-Уула), are a range of mountains making the border between Tuva and Mongolia. The watershed of the Yenisei river flows north from them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tannu-Ola Mountains" http://www.shortopedia.com Dreamteam. Mountain_ranges_of_the_Russian_Federation
The Ural Mountains ( Russian: Уральские горы = Урал) also known simply as the Urals and as the Riphean Mountains in Greco-Roman antiquity, is a mountain range that runs roughly north and south through western Russia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ural Mountains"
The Verkhoyansk Range (also Cherskiy Range) is a mountain chain of eastern Siberia, spanning ca. 1000 km (600 m.), across the Sakha Republic. It forms a vast arc between the Lena and Aldan rivers to the west and the Yana River to the east. It rises to ca. 2,480 m (8,150 ft) in the south. There are coal, silver, lead, and zinc deposits. It constitutes the boundary of the Eurasian and the North American tectonic plates. ...more on Wikipedia about "Verkhoyansk Range"
The Yablonoi Mountains or Yablonovyy Mountains are a mountain range in Siberia. The range runs north-east from Mongolia, passing just to the east of Lake Baikal. They run for about 1600 kilometers before joining with the Stanovoi Range. The range forms the dividing line between the rivers that empty into the Arctic Ocean and those that empty into the Pacific. The isolated range is sparsely inhabited, with most of the settlements being based around mines. The area is especially rich in tin. The Trans-Siberian Railroad runs parallel to the range before going through a tunnel to bypass the heights. The range is not particularly tall or large being long and thin. The tallest peak is Mount Sokhondo at 2,500 meters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yablonoi Mountains"
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