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-[[Image:Foothills-going-to-Waterton-National-Park.JPG|thumb|250px|'''[[Foothills]]''' are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a '''[[mountain range]]'''. They are a transition zone between plains and low relief '''[[hills]]''' to the adjacent topographically high '''[[mountains]]'''.]]+[[Image:Foothills-going-to-Waterton-National-Park.JPG|thumb|400px|'''[[Foothills]]''' are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a '''[[mountain range]]'''. They are a transition zone between plains and low relief '''[[hills]]''' to the adjacent topographically high '''[[mountains]]'''.]]
'''[[Foothills]]''' are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a '''[[mountain range]]'''. '''[[Foothills]]''' are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a '''[[mountain range]]'''.

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Foothills are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a mountain range. They are a transition zone between plains and low relief hills to the adjacent topographically high mountains.
Foothills are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a mountain range. They are a transition zone between plains and low relief hills to the adjacent topographically high mountains.

Foothills are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a mountain range.

They are a transition zone between plains and low relief hills to the adjacent topographically high mountains.

Many neighborhoods and communities found in such a location are termed "the foothills".


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  • Wikipedia Foothills [1]



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