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Image:Cirque mountain.jpg|A steep-walled '''[[mountain]]''' basin which usually forms the blunt end of a '''[[valley]]'''. (French for "circus.") Image:Cirque mountain.jpg|A steep-walled '''[[mountain]]''' basin which usually forms the blunt end of a '''[[valley]]'''. (French for "circus.")
Image:Red Mountain Pass.jpg|In a range of '''[[hills]]''' or, especially, of '''[[mountains]]''', a pass (also gap, notch, col,''' [[saddle]]''', hause, bwlch (Welsh), brennig or bealach (Gaelic)) is a path that allows the crossing of a '''[[mountain]]''' chain. Image:Red Mountain Pass.jpg|In a range of '''[[hills]]''' or, especially, of '''[[mountains]]''', a pass (also gap, notch, col,''' [[saddle]]''', hause, bwlch (Welsh), brennig or bealach (Gaelic)) is a path that allows the crossing of a '''[[mountain]]''' chain.
 +Image:Snow lake cliff.PNG|'''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure. Cliffs are formed as erosion landforms due to the processes of erosion and weathering that produce them. Cliffs are common on coasts, in '''[[mountainous]]''' areas, '''[[escarpments]]''' and along '''[[rivers]]'''.
Image:Stockhorn Thun Switzerland.jpg|'''[[Horn]]''' a pyramid-shaped mountain '''[[peak]]''' created by several '''[[glaciers]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' away at different sides of the same '''[[mountain]]''' Image:Stockhorn Thun Switzerland.jpg|'''[[Horn]]''' a pyramid-shaped mountain '''[[peak]]''' created by several '''[[glaciers]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' away at different sides of the same '''[[mountain]]'''
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