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Range Name(s): Cameroon Mountains, Камерунское Нагорье, Cameroon Highlands, Камерунские горы     Geology: Volcanic
Max. Elevation: 4 040 m / 13 255 ft     Snow Line: Absent
Region(s): Africa     Average Length: 497 miles / 800 km
Location: Cameroon: Adamaoua, Far North, Littoral, North Province, South-West Province, West; Nigeria: Adamawa, Taraba State; Chad: Chari-Baguirmi Region, Lac Region, Mayo-Kebbi West Region; ... Read more     Average Width: 500 miles / 311 km
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Parent Range: West Africa Mountains     Nearest Airport(s): Douala International Airport (DLA);
National Park(s): Mt Cameroon National Park; Mount Manengouba National Park; Korup National Park; Cross River National Park;     Convenience Center(s): Douala;

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Peak Phaco of Cameroon volcano is the highest point in Central and West Africa. This ascent is a part of "Higher point of Africa" project.

DESCRIPTION Edit

Cameroon Mountains - the region located along the Cameroon line and consists of mountain ranges and volcanoes.
Cameroonian Highlands includes several dormant volcanoes, including Manengouba, Bamboutu and the Oku Massif
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In the Gulf of Guinea, the Cameroon line consists of six offshore volcanic swells that have formed islands or seamounts. On the mainland, the line starts with Mount Camer
oon and extends northeast in a range known as the Western High Plateau. East of Oku there are further volcanic mountains in the Ngaoundere Plateau, some of which appear to have similar origins.... Read more

LOCATION Edit

Located partly on land, partly in the waters of the Gulf of Guinea, being a chain of volcanic islands. In the south-east it borders with the South Cameroon Plateau, north-east Adamawa plateau and coastal plain in the south of Cameroon.

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