|Elevation||4,409 m (14,465 ft)|
|Prominence||2,604 m (8,543 ft)|
|Length||80 km (50 mi)|
|Width||15 km (9.3 mi)|
Dena (in Persian and Luri: دنا) is the name for a sub-range within the Zagros Mountains. Mount Dena, with 80 km length and 15 km average width, is situated on the boundary of the Isfahan, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari provinces.
Mount Dena has more than 40 peaks higher than 4000 metres. With an elevation of 4,409 metres above sea level, Qash-Mastan is the highest peak in the Dena Range and in the Zagros Mountains in general. Another famous peak in this range is Hose-Daal close to the city of Sisakht, 30 km to the north of Yasuj.
Annual precipitation in Mount Dena is from 600 to 1800 mm and various rivers including a branch of the Karun rise in this range.
- Microsoft Encarta World Atlas, 2001, Microsoft Corporation
- Geological Map of Iran, National Geoscience Database of Iran, www.ngdir.ir