The Alps are fold mountains . They are formed when tectonic plates crash together and they fold in and up .The Alps are fold mountains . They are formed when tectonic plates crash together and they fold in and up .
there are 180 Mountains in the Alps! :)
There are about 180 mountains in the alps.
the Alps, Carpathian mountains, Pyrenees, Apennine mountains, Dinaric alps and the mountains in Norway
There are lots of mountains in Italy. Some mountains are the Apennine Mountains, Julian Alps, and the Vicentine Alps.
The Alps are in Europe.
The French Alps and the Dolomites that run between Spain and France.
Those mountains are the Alps.
Yes Switzerland is in the alps.
the alps are in europe
Switzerlands mountains are the Alps.
they are the alps mountains.
They are mountains, except the 'Southern Alps' are actually a mountain range (numerous mountains together in one place).
there are 45 mountain in alps there are 45 mountain in alps
There are no Alps in Africa. The Alps are a mountain chain in Europe.
* Eastern Alps ** Central Eastern Alps (Austria, Switzerland, and Italy) *** Bergamo Alps *** Hohe Tauern **** Ankogel Group **** Defereggen Mountains **** Glockner Group **** Goldberg Group **** Granatspitz Group **** Hafner Group **** Kreuzeck Group **** Rieserferner Group **** Schober Group **** Venediger Group *** Kitzbühel Alps *** Niedere Tauern *** Ötztal Alps *** Rhaetian Alps **** Albula Range **** Bernina Range **** Bregaglia Range **** Livigno Range **** Oberhalbstein Range **** Plessur Range **** Samnaun Alps **** Sesvenna Range **** Silvretta *** Stubai Alps *** Tux Alps *** Verwall Alps *** Zillertal Alps ** Northern Limestone Alps (Austria and Germany) *** Allgäu Alps *** Berchtesgaden Alps *** Dachstein *** Ennstaler Alpen *** Karwendel *** Lechtal Alps *** Rätikon *** Totes Gebirge *** Wetterstein *** Wilden Kaiser ** Southern Limestone Alps (Austria, Italy, and Slovenia) *** Adamello-Presanella *** Brenta Group *** Carnic Alps *** Dolomites *** Julian Alps *** Kamnik Alps *** Karawanken *** Ortler Alps * Western Alps (France, Switzerland, and Italy) ** Bernese Alps ** Cottian Alps ** Dauphiné Alps ** Glarus Alps ** Graian Alps *** Vanoise *** Gran Paradiso ** Lepontine Alps ** Ligurian Alps ** Maritime Alps ** Mont Blanc Group ** North-Eastern Swiss Alps ** Pennine Alps ** Savoie Alps ** Urner Alps * Apennines, Italy * Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria and Serbia * Black Forest, Germany * Black Mountains, Wales * Brecon Beacons, Wales * Cairngorms, Scotland * Cantabrian Mountains, Spain * Picos de Europa * Basque mountains * Carpathian Mountains, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania * Tatra Mountains * Beskidy Mountains * Bieszczady Mountains * Transylvanian Alps * Caucasus (Russia, Georgia and Azerbaijan) * Dentelles de Montmirail, France * Dinaric Alps (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Albania) * Grampian mountains - Scotland * Ben Nevis * Harz, Germany * Jura mountains, Switzerland * Karelides, Finland (ancient) * Măcin Mountains, Romania * Ore Mountains (Erzgebirge), Germany and Czech Republic * Pennines, England * Pindus Mountains, Greece * Pirin, Bulgaria * Pyrenees, France and Spain * Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria and Greece * Rila, Bulgaria * Rhön Mountains, Germany * Scandinavian Mountains, Norway and Sweden * Jotunheimen * Lyngen Alps * Rondane * Saltfjellet * Trollheimen * Sierra Morena, Spain * Sistema Bético, Spain * Sistema Central, Spain * Sierra de Guadarrama * Sistema Ibérico, Spain * Sistema Penibético, Spain * Snowdonia, Wales * Svecofennides, Finland and Sweden (ancient) * Sudetes (Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland) * Table Mountains * Karkonosze * Jizera Mountains * Orlicke Mountains * Golden Mountains * Bardzkie Mountains * Rudawy Janowickie * Stone Mountains * Kaczawskie Mountains * Opawskie Mountains * Bystrzyckie Mountains * Owl Mountains * Šumava (Bavarian Forest, Bohemian forest), Czech Republic and Germany * Swabian Alb, Germany * Tatras, Slovakia and Poland * Ural Mountains, Russia * Vogelsberg Mountains, Germany * Vosges mountains, France * Wicklow Mountains, Ireland
The alps are really tall mountains
The Alps are on the Eurasian Plate.
Andes, Alps, Himalayas, Southern Alps, Coast Mountains, Rocky Mountains, Ural Mountains and Alaska Range.
what type of mountain is the alps in The alps are a range of mountains in Europe.
They do not have a specific climate of the Alps because the Alps is a series of 180 mountains
The Jura mountains, the Alps are about 60% and the Jura about 10%
the alps are a kind of highland