|Peak||Mount Teshio (Hokkaidō)|
|Elevation||1,558 m (5,112 ft)|
|Length||180 km (110 mi) Southeast-Northwest|
The Kitami Mountains are north of the Ishikari Mountains and east of the Teshio Mountains. A depression separates the Kitami Mountains from the Yubari Mountains. The highest point in the Kitami Mountains is Mount Teshio. Mount Teshio sits atop the Wenshiri horst.
The Kitami Mountains formed in the inner arc of the Kurile Arc.
- Mount Teshio (天塩岳?) (1,558m)
- Mount Chitokaniushi (チトカニウシ山?) (1,446m)
- Mount Shōkotsu (渚滑岳?) (1,345m)
- Mount Uenshiri (ウエンシリ岳?) (1,142m)
- Mount Hako (函岳?) (1,129m)
- Mount Piyashiri (ピヤシリ山?) (987m)
- Mount Utsu (鬱岳?) (818m)
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