The summits of the CBMT

Alps

The Alps are the most extensive mountain range in Europe. From Monaco to Trieste in Italia, the range crosses 8 countries and gives the whole area a strong cultural identity. Although it is a natural barrier inside Europe, the area is a booming place with a lot of cross-border exchanges promoted by the European Union and also regional organisations such as the Alpine Convention.

Mont Blanc ; Monte Bianco (4810m) – France/Italy

Grand Mont ; Gramondo (1378 m) – France/Italy

On the French/Italian border – 4 October 2020


Dinaric Alps

Dinara/Troglav (1831/1913m) – Croatia/Bosnia Herzegovina

On the summit – 30 October 2020

Tromedja ; Trekufiri ; Тромеђа (2366m) – Albania/Montenegro/Kosovo

Hajla (2403m) – Kosovo/Montenegro

Tumba peak ; Τούμπα ; Тумба (1880m), Bulgaria/Greece/North Macedonia


Armenian highlands

Mount Ararat ; Çiyayê Agirî (5137m) – Turkey


South Caucasus

Mount Kazbeg ; ყაზბეგი ; Сӕна (5047m) – Georgia/Russia

Gora Khochaldag ; მთა ხოჩალდაღი ; Гора Хочалдаг (3428m) – Georgia/Russia

Mount David Gareja (866m) – Georgia/Azerbaijan

Mount Kaputjugh ; Կապուտջուղ (3905m) – Armenia/Haut-Karabagh

Bazardüzü ; Базардюзю (4446m) – Azerbaijan/Russia


Zagros Mountains

Dalenper (3466m) کوه دالامپر – Iraq/Iran/Turkey


Karakoram/Hindou Kouch

Broghil pass ; بروغل‎ (3400m) – Pakistan/Afghanistan