The Karre Mountains is a range of granite hills in the Central African Republic. Their southern elevations form part of the watershed of the Congo River. The highest point in this range is Mont Ngaoui at 4,625 feet.

Karre Mountains
Yade Massif
Highest point
PeakMount Ngaoui
Elevation1,410 m (4,630 ft)
CountryCentral African Republic
Type of rockGranite hills

History edit

The Karre Mountains were used as a natural defense by Africans resisting the French Colonists. In the 20th century, during the colonization of Africa, the French had difficulty trying to take Central African Republic due to these mountains.

References edit

  • "Karre Mountains".
  • "Karre Mountains Map".
  • "Central African Republic".