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Winding along the northern section of the peninsula loom the Serpentine Mountains. Balsam fir and spruce trees dominate the base of the mountain but all vegetation quickly thins the closer to the summit one goes. This is due to an unusual bedrock known as serpentine, the soil of which few plants can grow. As a result, the summit of the Serpentine Mountains is nearly flat, largely barren, and looks like an alpine tundra. At first glance the mountains might seem worthless but more creative Luperci may plenty of uses for serpentine.