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What is the blue mountain range in Jamaica and where is it?

The Blue Mountains are generally located between Kingston to the south and Port Antonio to the north. Rising to 2,300 metres (7,500 ft), they are some of the highest mountains (MORE)

Why are the Blue Mountains called the blue mountains?

The Blue Mountains of New South Wales gained their name Blue Mountains as a result of the blue haze that covers them when seen from a distance (especially in hot weather). T (MORE)

When were the Blue Mountains first crossed?

May 1813. William Wentworth, William Lawson and Gregory Blaxland were the first Europeans to make a complete journey across the Blue Mountains without being forced to turn b (MORE)

Why do the Blue Mountains look blue?

The Blue Mountains, which separate Sydney from the interior regions, are covered with vast expanses of Eucalyptus bushland. Eucalyptus trees, or "gum trees", give off eucalypt (MORE)

Is there kudzu in the Blue Ridge Mountains?

The dastardly weed was in the Blue Ridge before it was anywhere else in our land. Imported from Japan to restore the barren ruins left by a copper smelting industry at Ducktow (MORE)