Babor Mountains

The Babor Range (Arabic: جبل البابور; Kabyle: Idurar n Babuṛ) is a mountain range of the Tell Atlas in Algeria. The highest point of the range is 2,004 m high Mount Babor.[2]

Babor Range
جبل البابور / Idurar n ibabuṛen
View of the Babor Range near Bouqaa
Highest point
PeakMount Babor
Elevation2,004 m (6,575 ft)
Coordinates36°33′0″N 5°28′0″E[1]
Parent rangeTell Atlas

The Babor Range, together with the neighboring Bibans, is part of the mountainous natural region of Petite Kabylie.[3]


There is a protected area in the range, the Djebel Babor Nature Reserve, known for birdwatching.[4] It is also one of the few remaining habitats for the endangered Barbary macaque, Macaca sylvanus.[5]


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