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Rauher Kulm

The Rauher Kulm is a small basalt mountain located in the Upper Palatinate region of the state of Bavaria, Germany. It is located 23 kilometers southeast of Bayreuth and 5 kilometers south of Kemnath. The town of Neustadt am Kulm is situated at t ...

                                               

Hoher MeiSner

The Hoher MeiSner is densely forested and covers an area of 10 km by 5 km. It is located approximately between Eschwege and Grossalmerode as well as Bad Sooden-Allendorf and Waldkappel. Together with large parts of the Kaufungen Forest and the So ...

                                               

Scharfenstein (Hesse)

Scharfenstein is a 304 metres hill composed of basalt in the Schwalm-Eder-Kreis district of North Hesse, Germany. It is the remains of one of a number of extinct volcanoes in the West Hesse Depression.

                                               

Fissenkenkopf

The Fissenkenkopf is a hill in the Harz Mountains of Germany, that rises south of Sieber in the district of Gottingen in Lower Saxony. It is 527 metres high and is the western extension of the Adlersberg and the Kloppstert hills.

                                               

Rochlitzer Berg

Rochlitzer Berg is a mountain of volcanic origin in Saxony, southeastern Germany. It is situated south-west of the town of Rochlitz on the river Zwickauer Mulde. Its elevation is variously given as 348.9 m NHN, 348 m HN or 353 m NN. The mountain ...

                                               

Kickelhahn

Kickelhahn is a mountain in the northern edge of the Central Thuringian Forest in the municipal area of Ilmenau, Germany. Its summit has an altitude of 861.1 metres a.s.l.

                                               

Tanggeasinua Mountains

The Tanggeasinua Mountains are a range of mountains on the island of Sulawesi, in Indonesia. Running northwest–southeast, they form part of the spine of the southeast peninsula of the island. They are parallel to and east of the Mekongga Range an ...

                                               

Mount Sekincau

Sekincau is a volcano with two calderas, Belirang and Balak, located in the south of Sumatra, Indonesia. A 300 m wide of crater is found at the summit. Fumarole activities are found at the foot of calderas.

                                               

Seulawah Agam

Seulawah Agam is an extensive forested stratovolcano located at the northwestern tip of Sumatra. Several names have been given to the mountain: Seulawaih Agam, Seulawain Agam, Solawa Agam, Solawaik Agam, Selawadjanten and Goldberg. The volcano wa ...

                                               

Mount Yamin

Mount Yamin is a peak found in Papua Province, New Guinea. Rising around 4.540 m, it is the fourth highest freestanding mountain in New Guinea. The mountain is poorly surveyed and explored.

                                               

Blackstairs Mountains

The Blackstairs Mountains run roughly north/south along the border between County Carlow and County Wexford in Ireland. The highest peak is Mount Leinster with a total height of 2612 ft/ 796 metres.

                                               

Mullaghmore, County Clare

Mullaghmore is a 180m limestone hill in the Burren in Glenquin, County Clare, Ireland. It is part of a hiking trail called the Mullaghmore Loop in the Burren National Park.

                                               

Slieve Aughty

The Slieve Aughty are a mountain range in the western part of Ireland spread over both County Galway and County Clare. The highest peak in the Slieve Aughty Mountains is Maghera in Clare which rises to 400m. The mountain range consists of two rid ...

                                               

Ballyhoura Mountains

The Ballyhoura Mountains are located in south-east County Limerick and north-east County Cork in central Munster, running east and west for about 6 miles on the borders of both counties.

                                               

Caher Mountain (Cork)

Caher Mountain is a hill, 338 metres high, with views of the Sheeps Head peninsula, roughly west of and above the village of Kilcrohane in County Cork, Ireland.

                                               

Carron Mountain

Carron Mountain is a mountain 440m high on the border of County Limerick and County Cork, Ireland. It is part of the Ballyhoura Mountains. Carron is home to the North Cork transmitter for the UPC MMDS service.

                                               

Clara Mountain

                                               

Clara Mountain

Claragh Mountain or Clara Mountain is a 452 metres mountain in Millstreet, north-west Cork in Ireland. It is part of the Derrynasaggart Mountain range which spreads across the Cork-Kerry border.

                                               

Shehy Mountains

The Shehy Mountains are a range of low mountains situated on the border between County Cork and County Kerry, in Ireland.

                                               

Barnaslingan

Barnaslingan is a 238 metres high hill in County Dublin, Ireland. It is most noted for the geological feature known as The Scalp that lies to the west of the summit. Samuel Lewis, in A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, described it thus:" A de ...

                                               

Dalkey Hill

Dalkey Hill is the northernmost of the two hills which form the southern boundary of Dublin Bay. Dalkey Hill is 140 metres high and has views over the surrounding areas: Dublin to the northwest; the Irish Sea and the mountains of Wales to the eas ...

                                               

Kilmashogue

Kilmashogue or Kilmashoge is a mountain in Dun Laoghaire–Rathdown county in Ireland. It is 408 metres high and forms part of the group of hills in the Dublin Mountains which comprises Two Rock, Three Rock, Kilmashogue and Tibradden Mountains. The ...

                                               

Shielmartin Hill

Shielmartin Hill or Shelmartin high) is a peak on Howth Head. From it can be seen Portmarnock, Sutton, Bull Island and the coastal areas behind it, and most of Dublin Bay.

                                               

Brassel Mountain

Brassel Mountain at 575 metres, is the 261-st highest peak in Ireland, on the Arderin scale. It is part of the MacGillycuddys Reeks range in County Kerry. Brassel Mountain is the south-east spur of the larger neighbouring peaks, Cnoc an Chuillinn ...

                                               

Mountains of the Central Dingle Peninsula

The Mountains of the Central Dingle Peninsula are the generic name given to the mountains that lie on the Dingle Peninsula between the Brandon Group of mountains in the west, and the Slieve Mish Mountains at the eastern end of the peninsula.

                                               

Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula

The Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula are not found in a single mountain range, but instead consist of a number of unnamed mountain ranges found on the Iveragh Peninsula of County Kerry, in Ireland. The mountains dealt with here include all thos ...

                                               

Stacks Mountains

The Stacks Mountains are a mountain range about seven kilometres northeast of Tralee, along the N69 road in County Kerry in Ireland. The highest peak in the range is Crusline, which is 355 metres high. It is the highest peak in Kerry north of Tra ...

                                               

Mullaghmast

Mullaghmast, is a hill in the south of County Kildare, Leinster, near the village of Ballitore and near the borders with Wicklow, Laois and Carlow. It was an important site in prehistory, in early history and again in more recent times. It is cla ...

                                               

Sheeffry Hills

The Sheeffry Hills or Sheeffry Mountains is a range of hills in County Mayo, Ireland. It is bounded to the west by Glencullin Lough and Doo Lough; to the south by Glenummera and Tawnyard Lough; to the east by Owenmore Glen and to the north by the ...

                                               

Hill of Slane

                                               

Barcam

The mountain stands at 484 metres 1.588 feet high making it the fourth-highest mountain in Offaly, the fifth-highest mountain in the Slieve Bloom Mountains, and the 613th-highest summit in Ireland.

                                               

Carrolls Hill

The mountain stands at 482 metres 1.581 feet high, making it the fifth-highest mountain in Offaly, the seventh-highest mountain in the Slieve Bloom Mountains and the 617th-highest summit in Ireland.

                                               

Farbreague

Farbreague is a mountain in Offaly, Ireland. It is a popular walking destination in Offaly. At 430 metres high, it is the sixth-highest mountain in Offaly, the eighth-highest mountain in the Slieve Bloom Mountains and the 798th-highest summit in ...

                                               

Knocknashee

Knocknashee was identified as a hilltop fort in 1988. It is an enclosed hill fort with limestone ramparts containing cairns, burial chambers and hutsites. The fort is 700 metres long and 320 metres wide and is enclosed by two earth and stone ramp ...

                                               

Tibradden Mountain

Tibradden Mountain is a mountain in County Dublin in Ireland. Other former names for the mountain include "Garrycastle" and "Kilmainham Begg". It is 467 metres high and is the 561st highest mountain in Ireland. It forms part of the group of hills ...

                                               

Arra Mountains

The Arra Mountains or Arra Hills are situated in County Tipperary in Ireland, between the towns of Nenagh and Ballina, south east of Lough Derg and north of the M7 Motorway. The highest summit is Tountinna Irish: Tonn Toinne at 457m high. On Loug ...

                                               

Comeragh Mountains

The Comeragh Mountains are a glaciated mountain range situated in the south east of Ireland in County Waterford. They are located between the towns of Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel on the County Tipperary border and the villages of Kilrossanty and ...

                                               

Ankers Bower

Ankers Bower is a townland and hill in St. Marys civil parish in the barony of Brawny, County Westmeath, Ireland. It is partly within the former urban district of Athlone. The name may derive from John Ankers, who was vicar of St. Marys in 1608.

                                               

Black Rock Mountain, County Wexford

Black Rock Mountain is in the Blackstairs Mountains which are located on the Carlow-Wexford border. The Blackstairs are divided into two massifs, to the north Mount Leinster and to the south Blackstairs Mountain. Black Rock is the terminal peak o ...

                                               

Mountain peaks of the Wicklow Mountains

This article comprises a sortable table of major mountain peaks of the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland. This article defines a major mountain peak as a summit with a topographic elevation of at least 300 m. Topographic elevation is defined as the ve ...

                                               

Khodutka

Khodutka, also known as Khodutkinskiye Gory, is a stratovolcano located in the southern part of Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. It was formed from an older stratovolcano, known as Priemysh, between the late-Pleistocene and the early Holocene periods ...

                                               

Jebel Al-Heben

                                               

Jabal Yanas

                                               

Ards Peninsula

The Ards Peninsula is a peninsula in County Down, Northern Ireland, that separates Strangford Lough from the North Channel of the Irish Sea on the north-east coast of Ireland. Several towns and villages are located on it, including Donaghadee, Ne ...

                                               

Islandmagee

Islandmagee is a peninsula and civil parish on the east coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, located between the towns of Larne and Whitehead. It is part of the Mid and East Antrim Borough Council area and is a sparsely populated rural commu ...

                                               

Inishowen

Inishowen is a peninsula in the north of County Donegal in Ireland. Inishowen is the largest peninsula on the island of Ireland. The Inishowen peninsula includes Irelands most northerly point, Malin Head. The Grianan of Aileach, a ringfort that s ...

                                               

Isle of Doagh

The Isle of Doagh is a small peninsula in the north of Inishowen on the north coast of County Donegal in Ulster, Ireland. It once was an island. Over time, the channel between Doagh and the mainland silted up and it became joined to the mainland. ...

                                               

Rybachy Peninsula

Rybachy Peninsula is the northernmost part of continental European Russia. Its name is translated as "Fisher Peninsula". It is connected with the Sredny Peninsula, "Middle Peninsula" by a thin isthmus. So the peninsula is in fact nearly completel ...

                                               

Sredny Peninsula

Sredny Peninsula is a peninsula at north part of continental European Russia. The peninsula is connected with the continent by a thin isthmus and with Rybachy Peninsula by a similar thin isthmus, making it nearly completely surrounded by water. A ...

                                               

Cartmel Peninsula

Cartmel Peninsula is a peninsula in Cumbria in England. It juts in a southerly direction into Morecambe Bay, bordered by the estuaries of the River Leven to the west and the River Winster to the east. It is, along with the Furness Peninsula, one ...

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