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Eastern Europe Ranges

Range TypeBogus mountain grouping for this site
Highest PointGerlachovský štít (2654 m/8707 ft)
CountriesRussia (56%), Ukraine (14%), Poland (7%), Romania (5%), Belarus (5%), Hungary (2%), Germany (2%), Czech Republic (2%), Lithuania (1%), Latvia (1%), Slovakia (1%), Estonia (1%), Moldova (1%)
(numbers are approximate percentage of range area)
Area4,381,355 sq km / 1,691,643 sq mi
Area may include lowland areas
Extent2,862 km / 1,779 mi North-South
2,998 km / 1,863 mi East-West
Center Lat/Long56° 19' N; 35° 4' E
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Map of Eastern Europe Ranges
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Note: Range borders shown on map are an approximation and are not authoritative.
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Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Eastern Europe Ranges.
EuropeLevel 1 (Parent)
         Scandinavia-European ArcticLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Northwest EuropeLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Iberian PeninsulaLevel 2 (Sibling)
         AlpsLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Italian Peninsula and IslandsLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Eastern Europe RangesLevel 2
                 Southeast Baltic PlainsLevel 3 (Child)
                 Bohemian RangesLevel 3 (Child)
                 Carpathian MountainsLevel 3 (Child)
                 Southern CarpathiansLevel 3 (Child)
                 Ukrainian PlainsLevel 3 (Child)
                 Central RussiaLevel 3 (Child)
                 North RussiaLevel 3 (Child)
         Balkan PeninsulaLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Ural MountainsLevel 2 (Sibling)
         Caucasus MountainsLevel 2 (Sibling)



Major Peaks of the Eastern Europe Ranges

Ten Highest Peaks
RankPeak NamemftRange3
1.Gerlachovský štít26548707Carpathian Mountains
2.Lomnický štít26348642Carpathian Mountains
3.L'adovy štít26278619Carpathian Mountains
4.Pysny štít26238606Carpathian Mountains
5.Lavínový štít26068550Carpathian Mountains
6.Malá L'adový štít26038540Carpathian Mountains
7.Kotlový štít26018533Carpathian Mountains
8.Kezmarsky štít25568386Carpathian Mountains
9.Vysoka25478356Carpathian Mountains
10.Moldoveanu25448346Southern Carpathians
Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.
Child Range High Points
RankPeak NamemftRange3
1.Gerlachovský štít26548707Carpathian Mountains
2.Moldoveanu25448346Southern Carpathians
3.Sněžka16025256Bohemian Ranges
4.Roman-Kosh15455069Ukrainian Plains
5.Łysica6122008Southeast Baltic Plains
6.Sparrow Hills220722Central Russia



Photos of Peaks in the Eastern Europe Ranges

Gerlachovský štít

Clouds appear to be devouring the high massif of Gerlach, highest point in the High Tatra (1993-08).
Moldoveanu
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The highpoint of Romania, Moldoveanu, and its shorter neighbor Vârful Viștea Mare on its left (2012-06-14). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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Vârful Viștea Mare
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The highpoint of Romania, Moldoveanu, and its shorter neighbor Vârful Viștea Mare on its left (2012-06-14). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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Omu
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The small hut and rock outcropping on the summit of Omu, highpoint of the Romanian Bucegi Mountains, as well as Dâmboviţa and Prahova counties (2015-06-03). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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Rysy

Approaching the high crest of the Tatra, near Rysy, from the south (Slovak) side of the range (1993-08).
Rysy-North Peak
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Approaching the summit of Rysy (North Peak) and Poland's highest point (2014-10-05). Photo by Mark McAllister.
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Lăițel
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Graeme Rankine with Andrew Rankine on our way to Negoiu Peak on June 5, 2015 (2015-06-05). Photo by Graeme Rankine.
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Gora Goverla
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The summit of Gora Goverla decorated with Ukrainian flags (2014-10-08). Photo by Mark McAllister.
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Sněžka
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The summit of Sněžka with chapel and two visitor centers, taken from the Czech-Polish border (2012-06-23). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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Vysoké Kolo
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Vysoké Kolo in the background with the cirque Śnieżne Kotły and a radio mast to its right (2012-06-24). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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