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    Do mountain ranges on the moon count??

    Montes Recti, Earths moon.
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    The Rockies would have worked too. A wee bit closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    Do mountain ranges on the moon count??

    Montes Recti, Earths moon.
    That's the easy way out, and the Rockies...to easy. They are made of hundreds of mountain ranges.

    I'd substitute something like the Range of the Remarkables. Colorado and New Zealand.
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    So, Tetons is too easy for you too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    So, Tetons is too easy for you too?

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    Of Course not, but Andes, Alps, and Appalachians are. Those are continent length chains of mountains that contain hundreds are ranges. All of which are viable answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    Of Course not, but Andes, Alps, and Appalachians are. Those are continent length chains of mountains that contain hundreds are ranges. All of which are viable answers.
    The definition web page I am working with lists those "continent length chains of mountains" as ranges - that happen to have ranges in them.

    The web page also lists all the mountain ranges in the world ...
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    You're right they're all mountain ranges.

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    Edit...now we're going to run into some problems....X
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