|Elevation||1,332 m (4,370 ft)|
|Location||Primorsky Krai, Russia|
|Parent range||Livadiysky 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.
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.
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