William Gladstone Steel has written: 'The mountains of Oregon, by W.G. Steel' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Description and travel, Mountains, Oregon Alpine club 'The mountains of Oregon' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Description and travel, Mountaineering, Mountains, Oregon Alpine club
There are several mountain ranges in Oregon and each has several of its own individual mountains. The Cascade Range is the most prominent mountain range. See Sources and related links for lists of mountain ranges and mountains in Oregon.
•The major mountain ranges of Sweden are the Scandinavian Mountains, Kebnekaise Mountains which is the highest mountain in Sweden and is also part of the Scandinavian Mountains and the Ahkka Mountains.
The Cascade Range is the most prominent mountain range in Oregon and runs north and south through the state. Mt. Hood is the tallest peak in Oregon. See Sources and related links for a list of mountains in Oregon.
In Oklahoma there are 4 primary mountain ranges. They are: the Ouachita Mountains, the Arbuckle Mountains, the Ozark Mountains, and the Wichita Mountains. http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Ouachita_Mountains
Some physical features of Oregon are hills, lakes, rivers, the Blue-Wallowa Mountains, the Klamath Mountains, the Columbia River Gorge, Cascade Mountains, Forest Park in Portland, valleys, and beautiful coastlines.