The Incas were primarily from the Andes Mountains of South America.
I think it is andes
I think it is the Andes mountains
the rich soil.
I think the are the Andes
The Andes mountains run north and south for more than 4000 miles through South America.
mountains and glacers i think but i know that mountains are right
Alfred thought that mountain were formed by two continents smashing together with such force that the land was forced up.
The Andes mountains extend over seven countries Andes Mountains, is one of the most important archaeological centers in South America. The small tree Cinchona pubescence, a source of quinine which is used to treat malaria, is found widely in the Andes as far south as Bolivia. Other important crops that originated from the Andes are tobacco, and potatoes. The Inca Trail is one of the longest trails in the World. It runs in the Andes, connecting important spots of the region. Also known in Spanish as "El Camino Inca", the ancient road system has a length of 22.530 km the Andes is the most important factor influencing the ramifications of El NiÃ±o on the Amazon basin,the role of the mountain chain in preventing the warm and moist air characteristic of an El NiÃ±o from reaching the Amazon. The Andes is the most important region in the world for amphibians. For other major groups the numbers are equally impressive: Almost 600 species of mammals
The Andes Mountains is South America's highest mountain range, It is shared by Peru, Chile, and Argentina. Mount Aconcagua, located 50 miles northeast of Santiago, Chile and is part of the Andes, is the second tallest mountain in the world at 22,841 feet.
I think its K2 which is in the Himalayas, but I know the Andes has several mountains which are totally vertical. I don't know if they count as mountains, or rock faces/walls.
no i do not think they can