Moles de Xert (Valencian pronunciation: [ˈmɔlez ðe ˈtʃɛɾt], Spanish: Muelas de Chert) is a 4.2 km (3 mi) long mountain range in the Baix Maestrat comarca, Valencian Community, Spain. Its highest point is Mola Gran (806 m). The other main summits are Mola Murada, a breast-shaped hill, Moleta Redona and Mola Llarga. These mountains have very original shapes, topped by regular rocky outcrops resembling castles or fortifications. They are frequently covered in snow in the winter.
Halfway up the slope of Mola Gran in the winter showing rock slide caused by marble quarry on the right side
The main mountain, Mola Gran, has been disfigured on the southern side by a stone quarry that left a very visible scarred surface with a large rock slide.