From the rugged peaks of the Alps to the sleepy foothills of the Smoky Mountains, these are the 25 Mountain Ranges You Need To Visit If You Are A Fan Of Nature.
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Not as high as some of the ranges we’ve encountered so far, these mountains run down the center of the Italian peninsula. Although they are mostly green or semi-arid there is one glacier to be found Corno Grande, the highest peak.
Located in the remote northern regions of Alaska and Canada, this range was once known as the Arctic Mountains.
Forming the border between France and Spain, they are home to the small country of Andorra.
Located between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caucasus Mountains are considered to divide Europe and Asia in this region.
Although they’re not the highest mountains on our list, the Smoky Mountains are part of the most visited region in the United States. As you can guess, the mountains are appropriately named as quite often a natural fog encompasses them.