Zian Mountains

Zian Mountains
Moraine Lake 17092005.jpg
Lake Themba in Zian Mountain National Park
Highest point
PeakGrouse Mountain
Elevation4,970 m (16,310 ft)
Dimensions
Length2,100 km (1,300 mi)
Width212 km (132 mi)
Geography
CountriesZamastan
Geology
Age of rockCarboniferous
Type of rockMetamorphic, igneous, sedimentary

The Zian Mountains are a mountain range that runs from the Danaska River through northwestern Zamastan along the Horseshoe Bay Valley.

The mountains lie within the provinces of Zian, Northern Isle, Pahl, and Jade, and they hold a significant contribution to the mining sectors of the Economy of Zamastan being rich in ores and rare-earth minerals.

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