Longest continental mountain range
The Andes
7600 kilometre(s)
Not Applicable (The Andes)

The Andes, in South America, are the world's longest continental range of mountains. 7,600 kilometres (4,700 miles) in length, they span seven countries and include some of the highest mountains on Earth. Over fifty of the Andes peaks reach over 6,000 metres (20,000 feet) high. Along most of its extent, the range is around 200–300 kilometres (125–200 miles) in width.