# ଛାଞ୍ଚ:Infobox mountain range

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{{{name}}}
{{{other_name}}}
[[Image:{{{photo}}}|{{{photo_size}}}|alt={{{photo_alt}}}]]
{{{photo_caption}}}
Highest point
Peak{{{highest}}} ({{{highest_location}}})
Elevation{{convert/{{{d}}}|0||ft|||||=|r={{{r}}}

|u=ମି |n=ମିଟର |t=ମିଟର |o=ଫୁଟ |b=1

|j=0-0}} {{{elevation_m}}}{{{elevation_note}}} {{{elevation_system}}}
Coordinates0°N 0°E﻿ / ﻿0°N 0°E {{{lat_d}}}...{{{long_d}}}...{{{coordinates_note}}}
Dimensions
Length{{convert/{{{d}}}|0||mi|||||s=|r={{{}}}

|u=କି.ମି. |n=କିଲୋମିଟର |t=କିଲୋମିଟର |o=mi |b=1000

|j=3-0}} {{{length_km}}}{{{length_orientation}}} {{{length_note}}}
Width{{convert/{{{d}}}|0||mi|||||s=|r={{{}}}

|u=କି.ମି. |n=କିଲୋମିଟର |t=କିଲୋମିଟର |o=mi |b=1000

|j=3-0}} {{{width_km}}}{{{width_orientation}}} {{{width_note}}}
Area{{convert/{{{d}}}|0||mi2||s=|r={{{r}}}

|u=କିମି |n=ବର୍ଗ କି.ମି. |h=ବର୍ଗ-କି.ମି. |t=ବର୍ଗ କି.ମି. |o=ବର୍ଗ ମି. |b=1000000

|j=6-0}} {{{area_km2}}}{{{area_note}}}
Naming
Etymology{{{etymology}}}
Nickname{{{nickname}}}
Native name{{{native_name}}}
Defining authority{{{authority}}}
Geography
[[File:{{{map}}}|272px||{{{map_alt}}}]]
{{{map_caption}}}
Location{{{location}}}
{{{country_type}}}{{{country}}}, {{{country1}}}, ... and {{{country18}}}
{{{state_type}}}{{{state}}}, {{{state1}}}, ... and {{{state18}}}
{{{region_type}}}{{{region}}}, {{{region1}}}, ... and {{{region23}}}
{{{district_type}}}{{{district}}}, {{{district1}}}, ... and {{{district18}}}
{{{city_type}}}{{{city}}}, {{{city1}}}, ... and {{{city18}}}
Range coordinates0°N 0°E﻿ / ﻿0°N 0°E {{{range_lat_d}}}...{{{range_long_d}}}...{{{coordinates}}}
Parent range{{{parent}}}
Borders on{{{border}}}, {{{border1}}}, ... and {{{border7}}}
Biome{{{biome}}}
Geology
Orogeny{{{orogeny}}}
Period{{{period}}} and {{{period1}}}
Type of rock{{{geology}}}, {{{geology1}}} and {{{geology2}}}

This infobox is designed for articles about mountain ranges, worldwide. The infobox with explicit parameters is shown to the right. Use of the infobox on data from real mountain ranges can be seen on the test page.

## Usage

### Dimensional parameters

highest Name of highest peak in the range location of highest peak, e.g., country or province Height of highest point in the range, in meters, as a number (e.g., 8848). Will automatically convert to feet. Length and width of range, in kilometers, as a number. Will automatically convert to miles. Area of range, in square kilometers, as a number. Will automatically convert to square miles. Length orientation such as N-S for North to South Width orientation such as E-W for East to West As above, except number is expressed in U.S. units, and will automatically convert to metric. Please use only for mountain ranges in the United States. Free form field for expressing dimension, no automatic unit conversion. To be used instead of parameters like elevation_m or elevation_ft The elevation reference system that defines the elevation, e.g., NAVD88 or DE-NHN Note field after dimensional quantity, typically used for inline citation that supports the quantity

### Coordinate parameters

There are three ways to enter the location of a mountain range, which controls the content of two different optional fields:

lat_d Coordinates for highest peak in range. Will appear under "highest point" section as a link. Overall coordinates for range, usually the center of the range. Will appear in Geography section as "Range coordinates" and link Free-form field for entering coordinates. Will appear as "Range coordinates" in Geography section Add a note after the Coordinates link Add a note after the Range coordinates link

### Mapping parameters

The mapping parameters are the same as {{Infobox mountain}}, except for region:

map Can be the name of a locator map (e.g., "California"), or a filename for a map (e.g., "RockyMountainsLocatorMap.png" The string provided when hovering over the map The width of the map in pixels. Defaults to 272 The caption underneath the map If non-empty and non-zero, and map is the name of a locator map, then use the relief map for that location Specify the absolute location of the marker, from 0 to 1000. See {{Infobox map}} for more information. Label of mark on map. Defaults to no label. The relative position of the label to the mark, e.g., "top" or "right". See {{Infobox map}}. Either a two character ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code or an ISO 3166-2 region code. See region.

### Geographical parameters

location Free-form field describing location of range, similar to {{Infobox mountain}} Countries that range spans. First use country, then country# in order. For more than four countries, infobox will automatically put into collapsed list. Alternative label for country, e.g., use Continent for ranges in Antarctica States that range spans. For provinces, set state_type to "Province" Alternative label for state, e.g. Province Sub-national regions that range spans. Label for sub-national regions, overriding default "State/Province" Sub-regional areas that range spans, e.g., counties in the United States Label for sub-regional areas, overriding default "District" Settlements within the mountain range. Label for settlements, overriding default "Settlement" Other mountain ranges that border this one Biome(s) for range Total human population for range

### For users of Geobox

Some of the parameter names have changed from those used in Geobox, to make them compatible with those used in {{Infobox mountain}}. The renamed parameters are:

Geobox Infobox mountain range
image photo
image_size photo_size
image_caption photo_caption
image_alt photo_alt
length_imperial length_mi
width_imperial width_mi
area_imperial area_mi2
length length_km
width width_km
area area_km
highest_elevation_imperial elevation_ft
highest_elevation elevation_m
highest_elevation_note elevation_note
highest_lat_d lat_d
highest_lat_m lat_m
highest_lat_s lat_s
highest_lat_NS lat_NS
highest_long_d long_d
highest_long_m long_m
highest_long_s long_s
highest_long_EW long_EW
lat_d range_lat_d
lat_m range_lat_m
lat_s range_lat_s
lat_NS range_lat_NS
long_d range_long_d
long_m range_long_m
long_s range_long_s
long_EW range_long_EW
highest_coordinates_type coord_type
highest_coordinates_format format