جبال مكون, ⵉⵖⵉⵍ ⵎⴳⵯⵓⵏ
|Elevation||4,071 m (13,356 ft)|
|Prominence||1,904 m (6,247 ft)|
|Listing||List of Ultras of Africa|
|Parent range||High Atlas Range|
The M'Goun mountain, also rendered as Ighil Mgoun / Ighil M’Goun / Irhil M’Goun (in tifinagh ⵉⵖⵉⵍ ⵎⴳⵯⵏ), Ighil n’Oumsoud, Jebel Mgoun, Jebel Ighil M’Goun and Jebel Aït M’goun, at 4,071 metres (13,356 ft) is the third highest peak of the Atlas Mountains after Toubkal and Ouenkrim.
An area of 5,370 km2 in the region was designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark in 2015, having become a member of the Global Geopark Network the previous year. The Geopark showcases tectonic structures within the Atlas Mountains as well as aspects of the area's cultural history.
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