: Sacred to the Guanche. At Alto Garajonay there are the remains of a Guanche sanctuary
: Jebel Barkal means 'holy mountain' in Arabic, it was believed to be the home of the god Amun (Sudan Bradt Guide)
: "Mount Namsan, which had been venerated by the existing cults of Korea, became a Buddhist sacred mountain and attracted its adherents, who employed the most outstanding architects and craftsmen of the day to create temples, shrines, and monasteries." - AB Document
: "Shamanism and the traditional belief system played an important role in the daily life of Jeju people and show a strong relationship with the natural environment. Cultural resources in Mt. Hallasan include altars and shrines such as Sancheondan, providing traces of religious activities native to Jeju Island. Mt. Hallasan is also known for folk tales, such as Hojongdan and Gwangyangdang, showing that Mt. Hallasan served as a spiritual pillar for Jeju residents." - Nomination File
: Áhkká in the southwestern corner of Stora Sjöfallet National Park: in the Sámi tradition it is a holy mountain (wiki)
: It has been regarded as a sacred mountain by neighbouring Kikuyu and Meru people.
: One of the Buddhist Four Sacred Mountains in China
: Sangremal and which was called Ynlotepeque and considered sacred in pre-Hispanic times.
Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple
: "Mount T'oham, the first to greet the sunrise in the capital of Shilla, was one of Shilla's five major mountains, even before Buddhism was introduced, and was revered as the spiritual mountain of the Shilla people." - AB document
: The sacred Mountains of Varro and Columela (AB ev)
Teide National Park
: In the Guanche cosmography Teide represented the ultimate Sacred Mountain and was also a symbolic reference for the aborigines that lived on the other islands (nom file)
: Traditionally, the Island Mountains have been considered to have a spiritual value (Unesco website)