A mountain is a huge relief that extends over the surrounding land in a limited area. According to European conventions, its altitude, higher than a hill, must be at least 700 meters above sea level, and its appearance must be at least partially independent.
Mountains take very different forms depending on the processes that lead to their orogenesis. From continental margin escarpments and rifts in the great domain to collision and folding chains to subduction phases creating explosive volcanoes in island arcs or along with mountain ranges, not to mention effusive hot spot volcanism and intrusions uncovered by erosion.
The climate they experience, with lower average temperatures and higher rainfall than in the lowlands due to the altitude, also plays an important role in their shaping. With isostatic, mountains experience phenomena of over-rection and crustal thinning that eventually lead to their disappearance.
Here is a collection of Free Great Mountain Coloring Pages Printable. You can download and then print the images that you like. Happy coloring!