ridgeline

[rij-lahyn]
noun
1.
a line formed along the highest points of a mountain ridge.
2.
an area of higher ground separating two adjacent streams or watersheds.
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Example sentences
As she drives out of the hollow, clumps of fog wreathe the ridgeline, and the
  mountainsides are washed in muted greens and grays.
Wildflowers scatter the valley floor and trails wind up to the ridgeline.
Look along the ridgeline below and to the right of it.
In places, the animals have smashed through the bamboo for hundreds of yards,
  creating virtual tunnels straight up the ridgeline.
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