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  • Mountains
    • The Balcony Cliffs
        • Apartment complex where Rachel and Wick - and Borne - live, but are eventually forced to leave by Mord proxies.
    • Black Chasm New record added 10/11/2021
        • The Great Dellaventura once levitated across the Black Chasm in the White Mountains.
    • The Black Mountain
        • Mountain that Morty mentions when he's dying: "I'm dying, Rick. I can see the black mountain." (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • Blue Ridge Mountains
        • In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Billy-Ben Turner proposes to Ellie Glover, the pretty daughter of a successful farmer. (episode Jess-Belle)
    • Bohr Peak
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Cheeseburger Mountain
        • Cheeseburger section of Jake's Freedom Feast 2017, the dinner he prepares for the precinct after being released from prison. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
    • The Cliffs of Bole
        • Sisko reminisces with Verad Dax, how they first met at Pelios Station, the trip they took to the Cliffs of Bole, and about the eight helpings of Andorian Redbat that Science officer Kustanovich at e while they were serving aboard the Livingston. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Curie's Cliff
        • Cliff in Eureka that Dr. Warren Hughes (Wallace Shawn) almost drives off of, thinking he's Sheriff Carter trying to save Allison after having his memories all mixed up. (Season 4 episode This One Time at Space Camp…)
    • Death Mountain
        • Mountain that Chief Wiggum mentions when he releases supervillain Dr. Colossos from jail. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Eagle Rock Mountain
        • Jess-Belle asks if Billy-Ben if he remembers the night they clung together in the sweet night grass on the top of Eagle Rock Mountain, when the moonlight made them see a silver mist on the fog below. (episode Jess-Belle)
    • Eniall Mountains
        • Mountain range the Martian Tomas meets mentions: "I'm on my way to a festival now at the canal, near the Eniall Mountains." (Chapter: Night Meeting)
    • The Fire Mountains Of Frazfraga
        • The Silastic Armorfiends of Striterax were engaged in one of their regular wars with the Strenuous Garfighters of Stug, and were not enjoying it as much as usual because it involved an awful lot of trekking through the Radiation Swamps of Cwulzenda, and across the Fire Mountains of Frazfraga, neither of which terrains they felt at home in. So when the Strangulous Stilettans of Jajazikstak joined in the fray and forced them to fight another front in the Gamma Caves of Carfrax and the Ice Storms of Varlengooten, they decided that enough was enough, and they ordered Hactar to design for them an Ultimate Weapon.
    • G'Quan Mountain
        • The final ceremony of the Narn religious holiday the Holy Days of G'Quan involves followers of G'Quan burning the flower G'Quan Eth as incense as first rays of sunlight pass over the G'Quan Mountain on the Narn Homeworld. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Half Peak
        • Half Peak was a mountain peak which, in keeping with it's name, had lost a significant chunk of it's mass under unknown circumstances.
    • Hamar Mountains
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
    • Hawthorne Mountains
        • Mountain range from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Hondo Mountains
        • Mountain range on the planet Lamuella. "Arthur, regarding perfectly normal beasts of the planet Lamuella: They come from a point just slightly to the east of the Hondo Mountains. They're the big ones behind us here, you must have seen them as you came in, and then they sweep in their thousands across the great Anhondo plains and, er, well that's it really. That's where they come from. That's where they go."
    • Hook Mountain
        • Home of the Snowmen. A Thundrillium meteor crashes near Hook Mountain. (Season 1 episode Lord of the Snows) When the Thundrillium meteor crashed into Hook Mountain, the Thundrillium got mixed up with gold. (Season 1 episode All that Glitters)
    • The Ismaloya Mountains
        • Fictional mountains where a group of dinosaurs, that were escaped from the Park, appeared.
    • King George Mountain
        • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a mountain on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
    • Lenny
        • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Magramal
        • Mountain that the magician Effrafax once attempted to make disappear. "The ultra-famous sciento-magician Effrafax of Wug once bet his life that, given a year, he could render the great megamountain Magramal entirely invisible. Having spent most of the year jiggling around with immense Lux- O-Valves and Refracto-Nullifiers and Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics, he realized, with nine hours to go, that he wasn't going to make it."
    • Messick Mountain
        • The Falcon Fury flies to Messick Mountain to stop Dick Dastardly, a reference to Don Messick, the original voice actor for Scooby-Doo.

    • Misty Volcanoes
        • Volcanoes from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Mount Bashenga
        • Mountain in Wakanda that Killmonger mentions, that his father told him about. (Season 1 episode What If… Killmonger Rescued Tony Stark?)
    • Mount Bloodkill
        • Bart plays with his action figures: "Sergeant Activity, your mission is to scale the icy walls of Mount Bloodkill." (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Mount Carlmore
        • Big rock in the desert that Lenny carved his best buddy Carl's face into in West Springfield. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • Mount Crane
        • Joke Frasier makes: "I allowed her to climb to the first base camp on Mount Crane and I believe she's feeling the effects of the altitude." (Season 11 episode Crock Tales)
    • Mount Ego
        • Joke Niles makes at Frasier's expense. Female fan to Frasier: "I just think you're like the smartest guy on the face of the earth." Frasier: "Well, one does hear tales of a certain wise man in Tibet, but why split hairs? (to Niles) Where was I?" Niles: "You were last seen hiking up Mount Ego!" (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Mount Embolism
        • When Homer rediscovers the snow skis he bought after the Nagano Olympics, the Simpsons go skiing on Mount Embolism. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Mount Everett
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Mount Hammond / Mount Sibo
        • Mountain/Volcane on Isla Nublar mentioned on the promotional Dinosaur Protection Group website: Mount Sibo (or as some of the InGen employees like to call it, "Mount Hammond") is located toward the north end of the island and is building towards an inevitable eruption. With the impending event being the focus of most media coverage, many tend to overlook the devastating effects volcanic activity will have on the island in the days prior to the eruption.
    • Mount Inostranka
        • Mountain in Alaska (first seen in episode 1: I Haven't Told You Everything)
    • Mount Kaku
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Mount Sadmore
        • Birdperson: Rick, have you teamed up with a memory of yourself? I ask, because that would be deeply sad.
          Rick Sanchez: You don’t get to tell anyone what’s sad, man. You’re like a on-man Mount Sadmore. So I guess like a Lincoln Sadmorial.
          (Season 5 episode Rickternal Friendship of the Spotless Mort)
    • Mount Sibo
        • An estimated 35% of the power on Isla Nublar is solar-powered, with the other 65% being powered by geo-thermal energy produced from the activity of Mount Sibo in the north of the island. Jurassic World ensures that clean sources of energy are used with low emissions.
    • Mount Space Everest
        • Space version of Mount Everest, where Tony dies crashing into a tree while space-skiing. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Mount Springfield
        • Local mountain in Springfield.
        • Homer and Lisa go hiking when the football season ends. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
        • Bart and Lisa accidentally start a fire while taking a photo for the new phone book cover contest. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
        • Visible on map in the Simpsons' house when they're looking for Homer. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
        • The eruption of Mount Springfield interrupts Chloe Talbot's trip to Capital City for a women's conference. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
        • Kent Brockman reports on a frozen mailman being unfrozen. (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • Mount Zhatmire
        • Vicious Jumanjian conqueror Jurgen the Brutal has returned with his savage horde. They descended from their fortress atop Mount Zhatmire and made their way south to the Avian Province, home of the sacred Falcon Jewel, worn around the neck of the village elder. The Falcon is the fertility jewel of Jumanji, and it has been guarded by the people of the Avian Province for hundreds of years. So long as the jewel can see the sun, the waters will flow and the land will flourish.
    • Mt. Hill
        • Morty wears a "Mt. Hill" T-shirt at the cabin, apparently located on Mt. Hill (Season 3 episode The Rickchurian Candidate)
    • Mt. Hoppy
        • Flat mountain ALF says he walked/climbed on the planet Griphard (Season 2 episode Night Train)
    • Mt. Useful
        • Strategic granite reserve, location of the Mr. Burns' power plant teamwork retreat. (Season 8 episode Mountain of Madness)
    • Panda Mountain
        • Location in the original Striking Vipers video game. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
    • Peregrine Mountain
        • Mountain on Mars: "They came to the strange blue lands and put their names upon the lands. Here was Hinkston Creek and Lustig Corners and Black River and Driscoll Forest and Peregrine Mountain and Wilder Town, all the names of people and the things that the people did." (The Naming of Names)
    • Planck Peak
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Powder Mountain
        • Ski resort mountain from Joey's new TV show Deep Powder. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Plot Twist)
    • The Prism Mountains
        • Mountains on the planet Allosimanius Syneca. "The trek from the snow plains of Liska to the summit of the Ice Crystal Pyramids of Sastantua is long and gruelling, even with jet skis and a team of Syneca Snowhounds, but the view from the top, a view which takes in the Stin Glacier Fields, the shimmering Prism Mountains and the far ethereal dancing icelights, is one which first freezes the mind and then slowly releases it to hitherto unexperienced horizons of beauty."
    • The Quentulus Quazgar Mountains
        • Mountain range. God's last message to his creation is written in thirty-foot-high letters of fire on top of the Quentulus Quazgar Mountains in the land of Sevorbeupstry on the planet Preliumtarn, third out from the sun Zarss in Galactic Sector QQ7 Active J Gamma.
    • Rage Mountain
        • Mountain from Abed's AD&D game from Season 5 episode 10 Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Rattlesnake Ridge
        • Where Martin plans to meet his old war buddies (Season 4 episode The Two Mrs. Cranes)
    • Raven's Point
        • Location of the Phoenix Gem, according to Kayla's Kid's Menu from the Manticore's Tavern.
    • Reverse Mountain
        • A mountain at the first intersection of the Grand Line and the Red Line.
    • Speckled Bird Mountain
        • Mountain that Mrs. Todd mentions to Homer when telling him about her shortcuts. (story Mrs. Todd's shortcut)
    • Springfield Mountains
        • The piece of Heaven where Springfield's only 2 star health spa, Rancho Relaxo, is located. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Squiggy
        • Apollo 37 named two glorious twin peaks on the moon after Laverne and Shirley characters Lenny and Squiggy. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Teschmacher Peaks
        • After buying up hundreds of acres of worthless desert land, Lex Luthor reprograms a missile to detonate in the San Andreas Fault, hoping to cause everything west of the fault to sink into the ocean, leaving his land as the new West Coast of the United States, with locations that he will name after himself. There are even a couple of mountains named after his girlfriend, Eve Teschmacher.
    • Weathertop
        • Really big hill in Hawkins where Dustin assembles his HAM radio nicknamed Cerebro. (Season 3 episode Chapter One: Suzie, Do You Copy?)
    • White Mountains
        • There are four main peaks that make up the White Mountains. Mount Everett is the big one, the most popular one, and the home of the Echo Canyon Recreational Area. Next largest is Planck Peak. That's where Grandaddy Dobie's cabin is located, about halfway up. The other two – Bohr Peak and Mount Kaku – are about the same size, maybe two–thirds the elevation of Planck Peak.
    • Widow's Peak
        • Mountain Kent Brockman mentions. Hardest hit by the blizzard. Homer tricks Barney into plowing the road up, and Barney gets stuck in an avalanche. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • The Zubrowkan Alps
        • "With a plethora of spa locations extending far beyond the offerings of the Grand Budapest and environs, all manner of royalty and celebrity flocked to the country, from the top of the Zubrowkan Alps to the valleys of Augenzbürg and Zilchbrück." - from the Grand Budapest Hotel movie website.

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