Elevated landform characterized by steep slopes; it is usually part of a chain.
Elongated depression shaped by a watercourse or glacier and bounded by the slopes of the surrounding land.
Cavity formed as a mass of melting ice detaches from the tongue of a receding glacier; some kettles fill with water to form a lake.
Low hill sculpted by a moving glacier and formed of glacial drift; drumlins are usually found in parallel groupings.
Vast expanse of land covered with trees.
Moderately high landform whose slopes follow a gentle incline.
Body of water completely surrounded by land; it varies in size and depth.
Vast expanse of relatively flat land, higher than the surrounding region and bounded by deep valleys with sheer cliffs.
Watercourse flowing steeply with irregular flow; it is subject to violent floods when the snow melts.
A mountain face that reaches down into the valley.
Long narrow section at the highest point on a mountain.
Mountain whose summit forms a cone or point.
A steep and fairly smooth slope.
A lower mountain chain bordering a principal chain.
Depression in a mountain landscape that creates a passage.
Line intersecting two mountain slopes; a crest can run all the way into the valley.
Accumulations of snow on the highest reaches of a mountain that never melt.
The highest point on the mountain.