The Mountains ClipArt gallery includes 10 illustrations of landforms that rise significantly above the surrounding area and generally have steeper sides than hills.

This illustration shows a perspective view and a vertical section of an anticline. It shows the half-cigar-shaped mountains of the hard rocks and the arches formed by the beds.

Anticline

This illustration shows a perspective view and a vertical section of an anticline. It shows the half-cigar-shaped…

A Cuesta is a scarped ridge formed when one slope is steep and the other gentle, if one slope is a dip slope.

Cuesta

A Cuesta is a scarped ridge formed when one slope is steep and the other gentle, if one slope is a dip…

Diagram of a mountain region from which the former glaciers have melted away, leaving the cirques to testify to their former presence. Some of the cirques diverge, leaving a broad rounded ridge between them, others converge, being separated only by a serrated knife-edge or arete.

Glacier Mountain Range

Diagram of a mountain region from which the former glaciers have melted away, leaving the cirques to…

A Hog's Back is a ridge where the crest is very rounded.

Hog's Back

A Hog's Back is a ridge where the crest is very rounded.

An illustration of a group of men hiking along the cliff of a crater.

Men Hiking

An illustration of a group of men hiking along the cliff of a crater.

The Mont Blanc (French for white mountain) or Monte Bianco (Italian 'White Mountain'), also known as "La Dame Blanche" (French, the white lady) is a mountain in the Alps. With its 4,810 m (15,781 ft) summit, it is the highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe, and is ranked 11th in the world in topographic prominence. The mountain lies between the regions of Aosta Valley, Italy, and Haute-Savoie, France. The location of the summit is on the French-Italian border but Cartographers of France place it within its own boundaries on maps.

Mont Blanc

The Mont Blanc (French for white mountain) or Monte Bianco (Italian 'White Mountain'), also known as…

A mountain dome is a land form that occurs when magma rises from the mantle and pushes sedimentary rock into a dome shape.

Mountain Dome

A mountain dome is a land form that occurs when magma rises from the mantle and pushes sedimentary rock…

The highest point of a mountain, formed by convergent tectonic plate movement. Distinguishable from a peak in that the upper slopes are steep.

Mountain Peak

The highest point of a mountain, formed by convergent tectonic plate movement. Distinguishable from…

A Native American father and his son find a pony while hiking near the mountains.

Native Americans with Pony

A Native American father and his son find a pony while hiking near the mountains.

A pass is a land form that occurs where land rises on two opposite sides, but falls at the two opposite sides perpendicular to the first two. This can occur between two mountains, allowing one to 'pass' through.

Pass

A pass is a land form that occurs where land rises on two opposite sides, but falls at the two opposite…