Template:Infobox Mountain

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Try to use Form:Infobox_Mountain instead of the raw template.

Infobox Mountain

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Usage

{{Infobox Mountain
| Name               = 
| Also known as      = 
| Photo              = 
| Caption            = 
| pushpin_map            = 
| pushpin_label_position =  
| latd=  |latm=  |lats=  |latNS=N
| longd= |longm= |longs= |longEW=E
| swissx             = 
| swissy             = 
| Elevation          = 
| Prominence         = 
| Location_sub       =
| Location_sub2      = 
| Parent peak        = 
| Easiest route      = 
| Topographic map    = 
| Q                  =
}}

Take a look here to see an example of the template

Field Description
Name Name of the mountain, peak or hill. If more than one mountain by the name exists, the article is likely disambiguated but this name in the infobox should be the undisambiguated name. For example, Mount Columbia (for Mount Columbia (Alberta) or Mount Columbia (Colorado). This field is required. Try to give the most 'English' name or the most international name.
Also known as Local names of this mountain, peak or hill. This might be useful for mountains located on the border of two countries where both countries have their own name for the mountain. If possible try to include the language of the foreign name.
Photo Photograph of the mountain. Preferably a distance shot to show most/all of the mountain rather than a view from the summit.
Caption Description of the photograph which is displayed below. Include the month and year if known.
Elevation Maximum height of the mountain above mean sea level. If the mountain has multiple high points, use the highest. Use the following format: 8,888 m. The template will automatically convert the altitude.
Prominence The topographic prominence of the summit. The topographic determines how high the summit is, compared to the surrounding massig. Same principle format as in Elevation.
Location Country where the mountain is located. This value gets automatically extracted using the Location_sub parameter.
Location_sub Any useful subdivision of the country that is applicable (for example a state or a canton). For example: Valais
Location_sub2 Mountains are often located on the border of countries or cantons/departments. The second subdivision can be specified here.
Range Mountain range if applicable. The specific range subgroup should be provided instead of any major mountain system unless there is no applicable subgroup. For example, use Bernese Alps not Alps. This value gets automatically extracted using the Parent peak parameter.
Parent peak In computation of prominence, peaks form a hierarchy: this is the parent of the peak in the hierarchy or the name of the surrounding massif.
pushpin_map The name of a location map as per Template:Location map (eg. Switzerland or Italy). The coordinate fields (eg. latd and longd) position a pushpin coordinate marker and label on the map automatically. Example see: Matterhorn
pushpin_label_position The position of the label on the pushpin map relative to the pushpin coordinate marker. Valid options are {left, right, top, bottom, none}. If this field is not specified, the default value is right.
latd Latitude degrees. Can also be used for decimal degrees
latm Latitude minutes.
lats If known latitude seconds.
latNS N for North; S for South.
longd Longitude degrees. Can also be used for decimal degrees
longm Longitude minutes.
longs If known longitude seconds.
longEW E for East; W for West.
swissx Swiss coordinate system: x coordinate. (Only for Switzerland)
swissy Swiss coordinate system: y coordinate. (Only for Switzerland)
Nearby Features This list is automatically generated by comparing the DMS coordinates of the mountain with other subjects in Mount Wiki. Everything within 3km is listed alphabetically in the list. The list is generated by the Template:Get_Neighbours template.
Topographic map The name of the topographic map showing the mountain. In Switzerland the LKS maps can be used for example (e.g. 1348 Zermatt).
Easiest route The easiest route to the summit. Some possibilities are: French grades (e.g. PD), rock climbing grades (e.g. 5.13a).
Q The quality of the page. Choose between: Stub, Start, Good or Perfect according to the quality guidelines.
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