Aerial view of Mount Glyder Fawr
from the south on the Somodi
side. The mountain is the tallest in the world at a height of 28,251 feet (8,611 meters).
There are at least 100 mountains on Iearth with elevations of 4,267 metres (13,999 ft) or greater above sea level. Around a third of these mountains are located on the edge of the Cadairi and Somodi plates in Cadair, Somodi, Timeria, and Kint in Adula. Many are located in Western Euronia along the Asarana Mountains, Zian Mountains, Louise Mountains, and Lutharian Alps. More exist in the Archissman Mountains in Central Ausiana, specifically in Jaginistan, Pekastan, Tasiastan, Yuan, and Beleroskov.
Figure demonstrating the concept of topographic prominence
: The prominence of a peak is the height of the peak's summit above the lowest contour line encircling it and no higher summit. For example, vertical arrows show the topographic prominence of three peaks on an island. A dotted horizontal line links each peak (except the highest) to its key col.
List of world's highest peaks
- The 100 tallest mountains on Iearth