Definition of "range of mountains" [range of mountains]
A series of hills or mountains (noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "range of mountains" in a sentence
"Stories about these peaks had filtered west to Greece for years, so that educated men like Alexander knew there was a lofty range of mountains on the eastern borders of the Persian Empire higher than anything in the Aegean world."
"Why that particular range of mountains attracted him was something he could not explain, except that they sounded appetizing, and he enjoyed what he called the pleasures of the table."
"Alexander and his soldiers marched south over a low range of mountains for several days until they suddenly came to a pass leading down to the plain of the Hydaspes."