Europe, New Zealand: North-Western Province
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|Range Name(s):||Crimean Mountains, Крымские горы||Geology:||Tectonic|
|Max. Elevation:||1 545 m / 5 069 ft||Snow Line:||Please update|
|Region(s):||Europe||Average Length:||99 miles / 160 km|
|Location:||New Zealand: North-Western Province;||Average Width:||Please update|
|Activity Type:||Please update||Latitude/Longitude:||Please update|
|Parent Range:||Please update||Nearest Airport(s):||Marshfield Airport;|
|National Park(s):||Crimean Nature Reserve; Orlinovsky wildlife sanctuary; Grove of beeches (wildlife sanctuary); Massif Chater-Dag;||Convenience Center(s):||Cherāgh; Kārīzak; Nowsar; Ciisaay; Muḩsin Abū Ţabīkh;|
• Despite the general nature of the slopes of the three Ridges that form the system - steep from the south and flat from the north - the most beautiful is the Main Ridge, consisting of a chain of mountain peaks and boards.
• Crimean mountains are also characterized by intense karst processes, which resulted in the formation of a large number of sinkholes, wells, failures and extensive caves. Among the latter, the most acquainted with and popular with tourists are Skelskaya stalactite cave, a natural monument since 1947, and the longest in the Crimea Red Cave (Kizil-Koba), received the status of a natural monument in 1963.... Read more
• About the Crimean mountains there are many legends and stories.
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