View of the coastal Dahra Range in Cap Ténès
|Elevation||1,550 m (5,090 ft)|
|Parent range||Tell Atlas|
The Dahra is a low mountain chain part of the greater Tell Atlas which stretches from Algiers in the east along the Mediterranean coast until reaching the mouth of the Chelif near Mostaganem at its western end. Its tallest summit is 1,550 m high Mount Zaccar, north of Miliana, a town built on its slopes. The inhabitants of the area of the range are Berber people.
The range is partly covered in Mediterranean forest, with scattered patches of cultivation.