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The Hăşmaş Mountains (Romanian: Munții Hășmaș, Hungarian: Hagymás-hegység), are limestone and sandstone massifs located in Romania in the Romanian Carpathian Mountain Range. The ranges include many cliffs and gorges, such as the Bicaz Gorge and the Panaghia Cliff.

They contain the Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş natural reserve. There is a lake known as the Lacul Roşu ("red lake"), named after the red clay that is there.

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