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May 15, 2022

[Answer] What is the highest mountain in the world that isn't part of a range?

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...1. Matterhorn 2. Mount Logan 3. Mount Fuji 4. Mount Kilimanjaro




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Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's tallest mountain, reaching 19,340 feet above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro also holds the distinction of being the world's largest freestanding mountain, meaning it's not part of an extended mountain range. Located in Tanzania, Kilimanjaro is actually a snow-capped stratovolcano, which explains why, unlike ranges that were likely formed from the shifting of tectonic plates, the peak stands alone. It was formed from ash, lava, and rock, and is made up of three cones: Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. Although Mawenzi and Shira are extinct, Kibo, the tallest, is dormant, so it’s possible that it will erupt again.:


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