|Elevation||11,880 ft (3,620 m)|
Sredinny Range (Russian: Срединный хребет) is a mountain range in Kamchatka, Russia, at . It stretches from northeast to southwest along the center of the peninsula and is made up of volcanoes, mostly shield volcanoes and stratovolcanoes. The highest peak of the range is Ichinsky, a stratovolcano some 3,607 metres (11,834 ft)) high. The Sredinny Range is separated from the north-south running coastal (Vostochny) range to the east, by the Central Kamchatka Depression.
The mountains are currently occupied by small mountain glaciers, contributing to Kamchatka's characterization as the most extensively glaciated region of northeastern Asia, with glaciers covering roughly 592 ± 20.4 km2.
- Ichinsky Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, Kamchatka, Russia
- Holocene Volcanoes in Kamchatka with map showing the Sredinny Range
- Lynch, Colleen; Barr, Iestyn; Mullan, Donal; Ruffell, Alastair (2016). "Rapid glacial retreat on the Kamchatka Peninsula during the early 21st century". The Cryosphere. 10: 1809–1821. doi:10.5194/tc-10-1809-2016.
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