Ko Mountain

Russia, southern Far East

The Sikhote-Alin ridge lies in the south of the Russian Far East and occupies most of the Primorsky Kray and southern part of Khabarovsky Kray. Sikhote-Alin is covered with mixed and coniferous forests. The peaks of the ridge with a height of more than 1500 meters are occupied by mountain tundras. Ko mountain is the second highest (2003 meters above sea level) top of the Sikhote-Alin ridge (the highest mountain is Tardoki-Yani, 2090 m.) Ko Mt. is located far from all settlements and is rather difficult to access.
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