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Rugged Mountain

Rugged Mountain is the apex of the Haihte Range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. From it, several glaciers, Nootka Sound, Woss Lake and the Tlupana Range are in view.

Seymour Range

The Seymour Range is a low and small mountain range comprising the mountains/hills between the valley of Cowichan Lake and that of the San Juan River on southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It has an area of 888 km 2 and is a subr ...

Somerset Range

The Somerset Range is a low mountain range comprising the mountains/hills between Nitinat Lake and Barkley Sounds Imperial Eagle Channel on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It has an area of 203 km 2 and is a subrange of the V ...

Sophia Range

The Sophia Range is a low, small mountain range on southern Nootka Island, forming a peninsula west of Tahsis Inlet, between Esperanza Inlet and Nuchatlitz Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. It is made up of hills and has an area of 150 km 2 and is ...

Sutton Range

The Sutton Range is a mountain range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, located in the area between the headwaters of the Nimpkish River and those of the White River. It has an area of 448 km 2 and is a subrange of the Vancouver Islan ...

Mount Whymper (Frederick)

Mount Whymper is a mountain located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It is the highest point in Canada located south of the 49th parallel and is located between the headwaters of the Chemainus River and the South Nanaimo River 14 km north o ...

Abatan River

The Abatan River is a river in eastern Bohol, Philippines. The river winds through the towns of Catigbian, Antequera, Balilihan, and Maribojoc to its mouth at Cortes. The river is navigable up to 19 km, 12 miles for boats of 4 metres, and up to 2 ...

Inabanga River

The Inabanga River is the largest river in Bohol, Philippines. It is 25 kilometres long and up to 7 to 10 metres deep at its mouth at the town of Inabanga. Its name means "rent a river", from the root word abang which means "rent." From drowning ...

Loboc River

The Loboc River is a river in the Bohol province of the Philippines. It is one of the major tourist destinations of Bohol. The source of the Loboc river is located in the city of Carmen, near the center of the city. From Carmen, the river takes t ...

Ceboom

Super Typhoon Mike PAGASA name: Ruping crossed Cebu on November 13, 1990, destroying many houses in Cordova, sinking ships in the harbor, and leaving the metropolitan area without electricity and potable water. It took about a month to restore el ...

Leyte Gulf

Leyte Gulf is a gulf in the Eastern Visayan region in the Philippines. The bay is part of the Philippine Sea of the Pacific Ocean, and is bounded by two islands, Samar in the north and Leyte in the west. On the south of the bay is Mindanao Island ...

Guimaras Strait

Guimaras Strait is a strait in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines, connecting the Visayan Sea with the Panay Gulf and Sulu Sea beyond. To the north and west are Panay and Guimaras Islands, while Negros Island is to the south and east. ...

Jalaur River

Jalaur River, also known as Jalaud River, is the second longest river in Panay island and the second largest by drainage basin, only Panay River in Capiz has the longest and the largest river system in Panay. Jalaur river ranked 17th largest rive ...

Sicogon

Sicogon is an island in northern Iloilo, which is part of the municipality of Carles, Iloilo, Philippines. It is named after cogon, a type of grass found in abundance on the island. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 5.238. Sico ...

Cancajanag

Cancajanag is classified by Philippine volcanologists as a potentially active dome complex volcano with an elevation of 900 meters and a base diameter of 4 kilometres. It was a hot spring, mainit Spring Anahawan range temperature 63.4 °C to 63.9 ...

Mandalagan

The Mandalagan volcano is located at latitude 10.65° North, longitude 123.25° East, in the province of Negros Occidental, on the north of the island of Negros of the Philippines. It is located inside the Northern Negros Natural Park. Mandalagan, ...

Cabalian Volcano

Cabalian is classified by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology PHIVOLCS as active with solfataric activity. Radiocarbon dating on a pyroclastic flow deposit from the volcano estimated that the last eruption was in 1820 +/- 30 ye ...

Sogod Bay

Sogod Bay is a large bay in the southern part of Leyte Island in the Philippines. An extension of the Bohol Sea, the bay is surrounded by the province of Southern Leyte, and the namesake municipality of Sogod is located at the head of the bay. Pa ...

Subangdaku River

Subangdaku River is the largest river in Southern Leyte, Philippines. It drains into the Sogod Bay at the municipality of Sogod. The rivers name means "big river" or "wide river" in Cebuano. For many years after the flood, this has created a prob ...

Maasin

Maasin, officially the City of Maasin, or simply referred to as Maasin City, is a 4th class city and capital of the province of Southern Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 85.560 people. He has 70 barangays a ...

Khulm River

The Khulm River is a river of northern-central Afghanistan. In its upper course, it passes through Khulm and Haybak, today in Balkh Province. The Khulm is a tributary to the Oxus basin. Its source is located to the north of the city of Khulm. Fur ...

Koh e Alburz (Balkh)

Koh e Alburz, Romanized as Kuh i Elburz, Gory Koh-i-Elburz, Kohe Alborz, Kuh i Alborz is a mountain a ridge of the Hindu Kush in Afghanistan, Balkh Province. The ridge is elongated to the south of the ancient city of Balkh, which is about 25 kilo ...

Lor Koh

Lor Koh is a mountain, 2.492 metres high, southeast of the city of Farah in western Afghanistan. The mountain was renamed Sharafat honor Koh mountains on the Afghan Mujahideen after they established a stronghold there in 1979. The Afghan Communis ...

San Jorge Gulf

The San Jorge Gulf is a bay in southern Patagonia, Argentina. It is an ocean basin opening to the Atlantic. Its shoreline spans Chubut and Santa Cruz province. The gulf measures approximately 142 miles at its mouth and covers approximately 39 squ ...

Isla Apipe

Isla Apipe or Isla Apipe Grande is an Argentine island about 25 km long in the Parana River below the Argentine city of Posadas, Misiones, very marginally within the border of Paraguay, divided by river and a thin strip of variable marsh dependin ...

Gibraltar Falls

The Gibraltar Falls are a cascade waterfall on the Gibraltar Creek, in the Australian Capital Territory, approximately 50 kilometres from Canberras city centre, The falls have a 50-metre drop.

Cliefden Caves

The Cliefden Caves ia heritage-listed geoheritage site in Mandurama, Cowra Shire, New South Wales, Australia. The caves comprises Ordovician fossil localities, limestone caves, a spring and tufa dams, and a site where limestone was first discover ...

Hornsby Plateau

The Hornsby Plateau is a sandstone plateau lying to the north of Sydney Harbour, which is cut by steep valleys. The North Shore and the Berowra Valley National Park are located on the Hornsby Plateau. Due to its hilly topography, it was slow to d ...

Mitchell River silt jetties

The Mitchell River silt jetties are an unusually long, thin landform in the Gippsland Lakes region in Victoria, Australia. A type of digitate delta, they have been formed over thousands of years by sediment deposition from the Mitchell River duri ...

Ridge Hill Shelf

The Ridge Hill Shelf is a landform that forms part of the foothills of the Darling Scarp, a low escarpment that runs parallel with the west coast in southwest Western Australia. It was formed by coastal erosion of the scarp in the Pleistocene, wh ...

Z Bend

The Z Bend lookout is a popular tourist lookout on the Murchison River Gorge in Western Australia. It is located at 27°39′19″S 114°27′19″E, about 30 kilometres east of Kalbarri, in the Kalbarri National Park. One of four lookouts in the national ...

Marajo

Marajo is a large delta island in the state of Para, Brazil. The island is bordered by the mouth of the Amazon River to the west and northwest, the Atlantic Ocean to the northeast and by the Para River, a distributary of the Amazon to the east. F ...

List of beaches in Pernambuco

Below is a list of beaches in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco by municipality, from the northernmost Carne de Vaca beach until Coroa Grande at the south end. The coast of Pernambuco 187 km 116 km Mi long plus the Fernando de Noronha Islands coa ...

List of beaches in Rio Grande do Norte

Below is a list of beaches in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte by municipality. On the coast of Rio Grande do Norte is 410 kilometers 250 miles long and is located on the northeast tip of the County South of the American continent. In t ...

Jureia Massif

The Jureia Massif is an isolated group of mountains on the coast of the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The mountains hold a well-preserved remnant of Atlantic Forest, and are contained in the fully protected Jureia-Itatins Ecological Station.

Banderishki Chukar

Banderishki Chukar is a 2.737 m-high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the main mountain ridge. It is the highest granite peak on the main mountain ridge. It is the 12th highe ...

Banski Suhodol

Banski Suhodol is a peak in the Pirin mountain, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the main ridge. Its height is 2.884 m which ranks it on third place in Pirin after Vihren and Kutelo. To the South-East of Bans ...

Bashliyski Chukar

Bashliyski Chukar is a 2.683 m-high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin and is built up of granite. It is situated on a short ridge stemming from Banderishki Chukar peak in south-w ...

Bayuvi Dupki

Bayuvi Dupki is a peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It falls within the borders of the Bayuvi Dupki–Dzhindzhiritsa reserve in Pirin National Park. It is situated on the main ridge of the range between the peaks of Banski S ...

Chengelchal

Chengelchal is a 2.709 m high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the mountains main ridge to the south of the summit of Dzhano, with which it is linked via a narrow and rocky s ...

Disilitsa

Disilitsa is a 2.700 m high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located on the Polezhan secondary ridge at the end of a stem between Ushitsite and the summit of Kaymakchal in the south. The slopes of Disilitsa are stee ...

Dzhano

Dzhano is a 2.668 m high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the mountains main ridge between Demirkapia Saddle and the summit of Chengelchal in the south. From Dzhano the main ...

Gazey

Gazey is a peak in the Pirin mountain, Bulgaria situated on a small sideward ridge of the Polejansli Ridge. It is 2.761 m high, which makes it ninth in the mountain. Viewed from Polejan it looks small, rising slightly above the Upper Polejan lake ...

Kamenitsa Peak (Pirin)

Kamenitsa is a peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the 22 km-long Kamenitsa secondary ridge between the summits of Malka Kamenitsa to the north and Yalovarnika to the south. Its ...

Kaymakchal

Kaymakchal, also known as Izvorets is a peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the Polezhan secondary ridge. It is 2.753 m high and is built up of granite. Four circuses to meet in ...

Kralev Dvor

Kralev Dvor is a 2.680 m high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located on the southern part of the main mountain ridge. It is a pyramidal peak formed by cirque erosion by the glaciers in the cirques of Demir Kapia, ...

Kuklite

Kuklite is a 2.686 m-high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the Kamenitsa secondary ridge between the summits of Yalovarnika, Zabat to the north-east and Golena to the south. ...

Kutelo

Kutelo is a summit in the Pirin mountain range, southwestern Bulgaria. With a height of 2.908 m it is the second highest peak in Pirin after Vihren, and the third one in Bulgaria, behind Musala in Rila and Vihren. Kutelo is a double peak with a s ...

Malak Polezhan

Malak Polezhan is a peak in the northern section of the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. Its height is 2.822 m which places it among the top ten summits of Pirin. The peak is built up of granite. Malak Polezhan is situated on the Pol ...

Momin Dvor

Momin Dvor is a 2.723 m high peak in the Pirin mountain range, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on its main ridge between the summits of Kralev Dvor and Dzhengal. Momin Dvor is pyramid-shaped and was formed by g ...