The Central Range is a mountain range on the island of Trinidad. A mountain range is a chain of Mountains bordered by highlands or separated from other mountains by passes or valleys Trinidad ( Spanish: " Trinity " is the largest and most populous of the two major islands and It extends diagonally across the island and is a low-lying range with swampy areas rising to rolling hills. The tallest hills are Mount Tamana (307 m), Mount Harris and Brigand Hill, all located in the northeastern portion of the range. The metre or meter is a unit of Length. It is the basic unit of Length in the Metric system and in the International
The range is a folded anticlinal uplift consisting of Cretaceous and Eocene rocks, with Miocene formations along the southern and eastern flanks. The Cretaceous (kriːˈteɪʃəs, usually abbreviated 'K' for its German translation "Kreide" is a geologic period and system, reaching from the end of The Eocene epoch (558 ± 02 - 339 ± 01 Ma) is a major division of the Geologic timescale and the second epoch of the Palaeogene period in The Miocene is a geological epoch of the Neogene period and extends from about 23 The Naparima Plains and the Nariva Swamp form the southern shoulder of this uplift. The Nariva Swamp is the largest Freshwater Wetland in Trinidad and Tobago and has been designated a Wetland of International Importance under
To the north of the range are the Northern Lowlands (East-West Corridor and Caroni Plains). The East-West Corridor is the built-up area of north Trinidad stretching from the capital Port of Spain, 15 miles east to Arima.