The mountain chain is no more nearly eternal than the drift of sand.
We had now reached the mountain chain, which rose bold and steep on both sides, and at every step became more and more contracted.
The etymology of the name of this mountain chain is in dispute.
Away to the west was the sea, and in the north-west the mountain chain of Carmel.
Fyfe's gaze turned from her to the huge sweep of lake and mountain chain.
From the float he now perceived two openings in the mountain chain.
Yes, truly, as a loftier line of summit of the great Alpine mountain chain which bisects the continent came into view.
He found a path that led from the bank of the river, through the woods, across the mountain chain.
Its name comes naturally enough from the western end of the Pyrenean mountain chain.
The mountain chain pressing so close upon the Pacific Ocean, no streams of importance flow from its western slopes.