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Franklin Mountains
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Franklin Mountains

Several mountain ranges are called the Franklin Mountains.

The Franklin Mountains of Texas are a small range (23 miles long, 3 miles wide) that extend from El Paso, Texas north into New Mexico. The highest peak is North Franklin Mountain at 7,192 ft. Much of the range is part of the Franklin Mountains State Park.


Un-named bluff west of South Franklin peak, looking south on Transmountain Road, El Paso Texas

The Franklin Mountains of the Northwest Territories is a range of low peaks that stretches along the east bank of the Mackenzie River from 64 to 66 degrees of latitude.

The Franklin Mountains of New Zealand are a group of peaks in the southwestern part of the South Island, located between Bligh Sound and Lake Te Anau, within Fiordland National Park.

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