Mt. Atena is the highest non-volcanic mountain in the world. Located in the Athenian Sub Continent, Mt. Atena is the highest point in the state of Athens. It is most famous for its use as the base camp for the 501'st legion the night before the Fall of Athens.
It is believed that the mountain is around 2 billion years old, and at one point was much taller than the Volcanic Mt. Tellawow. It shows up as having volcanic rock and Water Rock, one of the hardest rocks on Gaban. In the bottom of the mountain lie some of the oldest known rocks on Gaban.