List of non-Alpine European Ultras


List of non-Alpine European Ultras

This is a list of all the Ultra prominent peaks (with topographic prominence greater than 1,500 metres) in Europe, that aren't already listed in the top part of the List of Alpine peaks by prominence. The two lists together cover all the ultra prominent mountains of Europe.

For ease of reference, the list is divided into sections. Islands in the North Atlantic that are territories of European countries have also been included (with the exception of Greenland), and so have peaks in European Russia and the Caucasus states.

Scandinavia

Iberian Peninsula

Carpathian Mountains

The Crimea

External Links

Sourced from peaklist.org;
* [http://peaklist.org/WWlists/ultras/EuroCoreP1500m.html Continental Europe]
* [http://peaklist.org/WWlists/ultras/CaucasusP1500m.html European Russia and the Caucasus]
* [http://peaklist.org/WWlists/ultras/EuroAtlanticP1500m.html Atlantic Islands]

* [http://www.ii.uib.no/~petter/mountains/europe_finest.html Links to numerous trip reports]


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