The Koryakskiy Range or the Koryak Mountains is one of the main mountain ranges in the Russian Far East, 880 km (546 mi) long, located between the Chukotka Autonomous District and Kamchatka Krai on the peninsula of the same name to the south. The main feature of these mountains is almost 1,500 glaciers, which annually add a lot of water to more than several tens of large rivers in the region, which originate here: Mayn, Velikaya (Chukotka), and others. There are 163 named mountains in Koryakskiy Range. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Ledyanaya (2,453 m / 8,047 ft), which means Icy, a part of the Ukelayat Range, the largest in the Koryak Mountains.
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