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Hohenberg (Wasgau)

The Hohenberg is a 552 m above sea level high hill in the Palatinate Forest, in the municipalities of Birkweiler, Queichhambach and Siebeldingen. At its summit is an observation tower, a refuge hut and starting ramps for hang gliders.

                                               

Hortenkopf

The Hortenkopf is a hill, 606 metres above sea level, in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which lies in the middle of the Palatine Forest between Hofstatten and Leimen. The Hortenkopf is recognisable from a long way off thanks to the tra ...

                                               

Huttenberg (Haardt)

The Huttenberg near Maikammer in the Rhineland-Palatinate county of Sudliche WeinstraSe is a subpeak, 620.1 m above sea level, of the Kalmit the highest mountain in the Haardt in the eastern Palatinate Forest of Germany. There is a blockfield, th ...

                                               

Kalmit

The Kalmit is the highest peak in the Palatinate Forest and the second highest in the Palatinate region of Germany. It is 672.6 m above sea level and located 5.5 kilometres south of the town of Neustadt an der WeinstraSe. The mountain attracts ma ...

                                               

Kleine Kalmit

The Kleine Kalmit is a hill, 270.5 m above sea level high, just outside the eastern edge of the Palatine Forest, and the Haardt range, in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Parts of the hill have been designated as a Nature reserve bearing ...

                                               

Kesselberg (Haardt)

The Kesselberg near Edenkoben in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is a mountain, 661.8 m above sea level, It iis second highest peak in the Palatine Forest region after the Kalmit and also the third highest mountain in the Palatinate region.

                                               

Mosisberg

The Mosisberg near Hofstatten in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is a hill, 608.7 m above sea level, in the central Palatine Forest. It has two domes, the eastern one is the summit and is called Langer Kopf and the western high point is ...

                                               

Nestelberg (Wasgau)

The Nestelberg is a 402-metre-high hill in the Dahner Felsenland in the Wasgau, a region that comprises the southern part of the Palatine Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate and the northern part of the French Vosges in the departm ...

                                               

Orensberg

The Orensberg, also known in the region as the Orensfels due to the striking rock formations on its summit plateau, is a hill, 581.2 m above sea level, near Frankweiler in the county of Sudliche WeinstraSe in the German state of Rhineland-Palatin ...

                                               

Peterskopf (Haardt)

The Peterskopf, near the Palatine county town of Bad Durkheim in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, is a 487-metre-high hill in the Haardt mountains. On its summit is the Bismarck tower.

                                               

Queitersberg

The Queitersberg, more rarely spelt Quaidersberg, Quaitersberg or Queidersberg, is a 394-metre-high hill in the northern Palatine Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. On a subpeak is the natural monument of the Felsplatt, a rock fo ...

                                               

Rahnfels

The Rahnfels is a hill in the Palatine Forest in Germany, about 2 kilometres northwest of the ruins of Hardenburg castle. With a summit height of 517 m above NN the Rahnfels is the highest point in the Palatine Forest north of the River Isenach.

                                               

Rehberg (Wasgau)

The Rehberg is a prominent hill, 576.8 m above sea level, in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. After the Grand Wintersberg in French North Alsace, the Rehberg is the second highest hill in the Wasgau, the Franco-German region that forms t ...

                                               

RoSberg (Haardt)

The RoSberg near Ramberg in the county of Sudliche WeinstraSe in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is, at 637 m above sea level, the third highest mountain in the Palatine Forest. Rosberg is Heard, East of the ridge the Palatine forest in ...

                                               

Schindhubel

The Schindhubel is a hill, 571 m above sea level, that rises in the middle of the Palatine Forest in Germany, 5 kilometres southwest of Elmstein.

                                               

Steigerkopf

The Steigerkopf, also colloquially called the Schanzel, near Edenkoben in the county of Sudliche WeinstraSe in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, is a mountain, 613.6 m above sea level, in the Palatine Forest. At the summit, which lies on ...

                                               

Hoher Stoppelkopf

The Hohe Stoppelkopf, locally just called the Stoppelkopf, is a 566.2-metre-high hill in the Palatine Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It lies 3 km north of the small town of Lambrecht. Together with the Drachenfels 577 m in th ...

                                               

Taubenkopf (Haardt)

The Taubenkopf is a hill, about 604 metres high, in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is part of the mountain chain of the Haardt in the Palatine Forest and lies in the municipal territory of Diedesfeld in the borough of Neustadt an de ...

                                               

Teufelsberg (Haardt)

The Teufelsberg is a hill massif, 598 metres high, in the southern Palatinate Forest on the territory of Burrweiler in the county of Sudliche WeinstraSe. It has a subpeak, the Lambertskopf. The Teufelsberg offers extensive views over the Upper Rh ...

                                               

Teufelsstein (Haardt)

The Teufelsstein in the Haardt mountains, near the Palatine county town of Bad Durkheim in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, is a hill 317 m above sea level. On its domed summit is a monolith of the same name. Traces of human activity on ...

                                               

Weilerskopf

The Weilerskopf is a hill, 470 metres high, in a wooded exclave of Herxheim am Berg northwest of the German town of Bad Durkheim. Its summit is the site of a transmission tower owned by Deutsche Telekom.

                                               

Weinbiet

The Weinbiet is a hill, 554 m above sea level, in the borough of Neustadt an der WeinstraSe in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate and is one of the highest hills in the Haardt, the line of mountains and hills forming the eastern edge of the ...

                                               

WeiSenberg (Frankenweide)

The WeiSenberg in the Palatine Forest is a hill in the municipality of Merzalben. Its height is variously give as 610 m above sea level or 607 m above NHN. The higher value has been officially recommended since 2011. That makes the WeiSenberg the ...

                                               

Wetterkreuzberg

The Wetterkreuzberg is a hill in the Haardt range on the eastern edge of the Palatine Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

List of hills in the North Pennines

This is a list of hills in the North Pennines. To avoid the list becoming infinitely long and arbitrary, only hills with more than 30 m relative height are included. This includes all Marilyns and Hewitts as well as many other hills. Topographica ...

                                               

Blackstone Edge

Blackstone Edge is a gritstone escarpment at 1.549 feet above sea level in the Pennine hills surrounded by moorland on the boundary between Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire in England.

                                               

Crompton Moor

Crompton Moor is an area of moorland in the South Pennines, in North West England. It lies along the northeastern outskirts of Shaw and Crompton, in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, Greater Manchester. Covering about 160 acres 65 hectares, rea ...

                                               

Cross Fell

Cross Fell is the highest mountain in the Pennine Hills of Northern England and the highest point in England outside the Lake District. It is located in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the summit, at 893 metres 2.930 m, ...

                                               

Great Dun Fell

At a height of 848 metres, Great Dun Fell is the second-highest mountain in Englands Pennines, lying two miles south along the watershed from Cross Fell, its higher neighbour. Together with its smaller twin, Little Dun Fell, which reaches 842 met ...

                                               

Harden Moor

Harden Moor is an expanse of moorland that lies north of the village of Harden in West Yorkshire, England. The moor encompasses stretches of heather, woodland and former quarry workings and is bordered by Airedale to the east, the Worth Valley to ...

                                               

Ilkley Moor

Ilkley Moor is part of Rombalds Moor, the moorland between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire, England. The moor, which rises to 402 m above sea level, is well known as the inspiration for the Yorkshire "county anthem" On Ilkla Moor Baht at.

                                               

Nine Standards Rigg

Nine Standards Rigg is the summit of Hartley Fell in the Pennine Hills of England. It lies near the boundary between Cumbria and North Yorkshire, a few miles south-east of Kirkby Stephen and approximately 770 yards outside the Yorkshire Dales Nat ...

                                               

Standedge

Standedge is a moorland escarpment in the Pennine Hills of northern England between Marsden, West Yorkshire and Diggle, Greater Manchester. Standedge has been a major moorland crossing point since Roman times and possibly earlier. From East to We ...

                                               

Tan Hill, North Yorkshire

Tan Hill is a high point on the Pennine Way in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies north of Keld in the civil parish of Muker, near the borders of County Durham and Cumbria, and close to the northern boundary of the Yo ...

                                               

Tandle Hill

Tandle Hill Country Park is a country park in Royton, Greater Manchester, England. It consists of approximately 110 acres, a combination of beech woodland and open grassland. The park contains a countryside centre, picnic areas, childrens play ar ...

                                               

Werneth Low

Werneth Low is a hill in Greater Manchester, England, and a part of the Pennines. It is located on the borders of Stockport and Tameside and rises to a height of 279 metres. The villages of Woodley, Greave, Gee Cross, Mottram and Romiley lie on t ...

                                               

Windy Hill (Pennines)

Windy Hill in the South Pennines within the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale in Greater Manchester, England, rises to 389 metres above sea level. The hill is located West of the A672 road and South-West of junction 22 of the M62. Or cutting of th ...

                                               

Adarra

Adarra is a mountain south of the city of San Sebastian in the Basque Country. It is a popular peak with the local residents. The mountain is flanked on the north by the minor summits of Oindi or Onddi and Onddo to the south, all of them located ...

                                               

Aneto

Aneto is the highest mountain in the Pyrenees and in Aragon, and Spains third-highest mountain, reaching a height of 3.404 metres. It stands in the Spanish province of Huesca, the northernmost of all three Aragonese provinces, 4 mi south of the F ...

                                               

Aspe peak

Aspe peak is a mountain in the western Pyrenees of Huesca, which is situated on the west side of the Aragon Valley near the towns of Villanua and Canfranc. The peak is 2.645 metres AMSL high. It is adjoined to the peak of Zapatilla. The peak towe ...

                                               

Mount Baigura

Mount Baigura, Baïgura, Baygoura or Baighoura is a mountain of the inner French Basque Country. Transmitters are set up near its summit. Leisure centre "base de comfortable" at Baigura, on the road from Helette in louhossoa in the municipality ca ...

                                               

Balaïtous

The Balaitus or Pic du Balaïtous is a granitic massif of the Pyrenees, located right on the border between Spain and France.

                                               

Bisaurin

Bisaurin, or less frequently Visaurin, is a mountain on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees, located in the northwest of Jacetania comarca, in Aragon. At 2668 m high, it is the highest peak between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pic du Midi dOssau. Its ...

                                               

Pic de Canalbona

Pic de Canalbona is a mountain of Catalonia, Spain. Located in the Montcalm Massif, Pyrenees, it has an altitude of 2.965 metres above sea level. The hotel estanyol Occidental, so de Canalbona or Estany de Canalbona is a small glacial lake locate ...

                                               

Carlit

Pic Carlit is a mountain of Pyrenees-Orientales, France. Located in the Pyrenees, it has an elevation of 2.921 metres above sea level.

                                               

Cascade Peaks

The Cascade Peaks are three summits in the Monte Perdido Range of the Pyrenees, culminating at 3.161 m on the eastern peak. The central peak, known as Brulle, and the western peak are 3.106 m and 3.095 m high, respectively. The peaks are located ...

                                               

Clot de la Hount

The Clot de la Hount or pic du clot de la Hount is a summit of the Pyrenees, located on the Franco-Spanish border in the Vignemale Massif, of which it is the second highest summit in the range, at 3.289 m, after Pique Longue.

                                               

Pic de Finestrelles

Pic de Finestrelles is a mountain located in the Oriental Pyrenees, in the area bordering the states of France and Spain, in concret in Catalonia. It has an altitude of 2.826 metres above sea level. This peak is noteworthy that this is the mounta ...

                                               

Pic du Gar

Pic du Gar is a mountain of the Pyrenees. It is located near Saint-Beat, Haute-Garonne departement, in the Comminges natural region. The limestone mountain has an altitude of 1.785 metres above sea level. Despite its relatively low altitude the p ...

                                               

Pic de Ger

It is told in the Ger and in the Col dAubisque, that a very old woman named Clara was taken by surprise above 2.000 m 6.600 ft by the cold and snowy weather, only wearing a thick shawl with a walking stick. She was surprised by a bear, also in de ...

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