Gutin Mountains

The Gutin Mountains (Romanian: Munții Gutâi; Hungarian: Gutin-hegység; Ukrainian: Гутинський масив) are a mountain range within the Vihorlat-Gutin Area of the Inner Eastern Carpathians. They are centered in Maramureș County in Romania, bordering Satu Mare County, and also stretching further towards northwest as the Oaș Mountains, reaching border with Zakarpattia Oblast in Ukraine.[1]

Gutin Mountains

Its highest mountain is Gutâi Peak (1443 m). The northern sections of Gutin Mountains contain the volcanic mountain chain Creasta Cocoşului (Cock's comb).

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Satu Mare County in Romania, with Gutin Mountains and Oaș Mountains located on its eastern and northern borders


  1. ^ Földvary 1988, p. 221-222.


  • Földvary, Gábor Z. (1988). Geology of the Carpathian Region. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)

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Coordinates: 47°41′48″N 23°50′27″E / 47.69667°N 23.84083°E / 47.69667; 23.84083