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    A mountain hut is a building located high in the mountains, generally accessible only by foot, intended to provide food and shelter to mountaineers, climbers and hikers. They are known by many names, including alpine hut, mountain shelter, mountain refuge, mountain lodge, and mountain hostel.

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    A chalet is a small wooden house, especially in a mountain area or a holiday camp.

    Secondly, what are the parts of a mountain? Terms for different parts of a mountain

    • Summit.
    • Ridge.
    • Ledge.
    • Gorge.
    • Chimney.
    • Col.
    • Pass.
    • Face.

    Also to know, what are different type of houses?

    • Single Family Detached House.
    • Apartment.
    • Bungalow.
    • Cabin.
    • Carriage/Coach House.
    • Castle.
    • Cave House.
    • Chalet.

    What defines a mountain?

    They usually have steep, sloping sides and sharp or rounded ridges, and a high point, called a peak or summit. Most geologists classify a mountain as a landform that rises at least 1,000 feet (300 meters) or more above its surrounding area. A mountain range is a series or chain of mountains that are close together.

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