Mount Livadiyskaya

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Mount Livadiyskaya
Highest point
Elevation1,332 m (4,370 ft)
LocationPrimorsky Krai, Russia
Parent rangeLivadiysky Range

Mount Livadiyskaya (Russian: гора́ Ливади́йская or со́пка Ливади́йская), unofficially known as Mount Pedan (Педа́н) or Mount Pidan (Пида́н) is one of the highest peaks in Shkotovsky District of Primorsky Krai, Russia.

Livadiyskaya is a part of the Livadiysky Range of the Sikhote-Alin.

The history of the mountain is often mystified, due to the presence of megaliths. These attract adepts of different neopagan and other faiths.

The mountain is a popular hiking spot, which has seen a surge in the number of ascensions in recent years. This has resulted in worsening contamination.

Coordinates: 43°04′01″N 132°40′59″E / 43.067°N 132.683°E / 43.067; 132.683