Tulymskii Kamen

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Tulymskii Kamen’


a mountain range in the Northern Urals, in Perm’ Oblast, RSFSR, in the Vishera River basin. The range is 35 km long, with elevations of up to 1,377 m. It is composed of conglomerates and sandstones. The summits of the mountains are flat, with rocky erosion remnants. Up to elevations of 800 m the slopes are forested with fir and spruce, with some cedar, larch, and birch trees; mountain moss and lichen tundra is characteristic of higher elevations.

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