These ranges are considered part of the Outer Eastern Carpathians. Within Romania, however, it is traditional to divide the Eastern Carpathians in Romanian territory into three geographical groups (north, center, south), instead in Outer and Inner Eastern Carpathians. The Romanian categorization is indicated below.
The Moldavian-Muntenian Carpathians include:
- Ridges of Bukovina (RO: Obcinele Bucovinei), i.e. Obcina Mare (Great Ridge), Obcina Mestecăniş (Mestecăniş Ridge) and Obcina Feredeului (Feredeu Ridge). In Romania these are considered part of the northern Carpathians of Maramureş and Bukovina (Munţii Carpaţi ai Maramureşului şi Bucovinei)
- Stânişoara Mountains (RO: Munţii Stânişoarei). In Romania considered part of the central Carpathians of Moldavia and Transylvania (Munţii Carpaţi Moldo-Transilvani), or "MMT"
- Tarcău Mountains (RO: Munţii Tarcăului). MMT
- Comăneşti Depression (RO: Depresiunea Comăneşti) MMT
- Nemira Mountains (RO: Munţii Nemira) MMT
- Ciuc Mountains (RO: Munţii Ciucului), including the Bodoc Mountains (RO: Munţii Bodocului), MMT
- Bârsa Mountains (RO: Munţii Bârsei),in Romania considered part of the Curvature Carpathians, or "MC"
- Ciucaş Mountains (RO: Munţii Ciucaş), MC
- Baiu Mountains (RO:Munții Baiului or Munții Gârbova) MC
- Buzău Mountains (RO: Munţii Buzăului), MC
- Vrancea Mountains (RO: Munţii Vrancei), MC