Voras Mountains

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The Voras Mountains (Greek: Όρος Βόρας; also Boras), also known as Nidže (Macedonian: About this soundНиџе , Turkish: Nice Dağı)[1] are a mountain range situated on the border between Greece and North Macedonia. It separates the Pella regional unit on the Greek side in the south from the Mariovo region on the North Macedonia side in the north. The tallest peak in the range is Kaimakchalan at 2,524 m (8,281 ft). Adjacent peaks are Starkov grob (1,876 m) and Dobro Pole (1,700 m).

Voras Mountains
Nidže
Chegan ot Kajmakchalan.jpg
Village of Agios Athanasios, near the Voras Mountains
Highest point
PeakKaimakchalan
Elevation2,524 m (8,281 ft)
Prominence1,758 m (5,768 ft) Edit this on Wikidata
Geography
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Location in Greece
CountriesGreece and North Macedonia

The mountain range hosts a ski resort and the hot springs at Loutra Loutrakiou (Pozar) on the Greek side.

The mountain can be reached from the town of Bitola and nearby villages on the North Macedonia side.

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