Odo and Quarks climb

Odo and Quark prepare to mountain climb

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A mountain was a geological formation that rose significantly higher than the surrounding land, sometimes many kilometers high. Although there was no standard definition, a hill was usually much smaller than a mountain. Mountains and hills were a common occurrence on many planets and moons, both inhabited and not. (ENT: "Terra Nova")

Mountains on terra nova

Mountains on Terra Nova

The surface of the planet which housed the Vulcan monastery at P'Jem had high mountains. The area in which the sanctuary was located was also full of mountains and canyons. (ENT: "The Andorian Incident")

Deneb IV surface, remastered

The mountains on Deneb IV

The area surrounding Farpoint Station and Old Bandi City on the planet Deneb IV consisted of mountains. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

In the early 2370s, a Klingon civilian transport ship crashed in a mountainous area of the planet Galorda Prime. (DS9: "Rules of Engagement")

Trapped on Torga IV in the Gamma Quadrant, Enrique Muniz told Miles O'Brien that "...Ireland didn't have any mountains, it had hills." He jokingly called O'Brien a "mountain man... an old mountain man", to which O'Brien took offense. (DS9: "The Ship")

The mountains located on the Ba'ku planet had deposits of kelbonite. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

When Chakotay and Seven of Nine stranded on the surface of Ledos, they tried to communicate with the native people, the Ventu. Communication was a mix of gestures and images in the sand. To depict the area, Chakotay used a stone to stand-in for the mountains in that area and pointed at the mountain while talking to the Ventu healer. (VOY: "Natural Law")

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