The Slovak-Moravian Carpathians (CZ/SK: Slovensko-moravské Karpaty) are the mountain ranges along the border of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Before the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 it was called Hungarian-Moravian Border Mountain.[1]

Geologically these ranges are part of the Outer Western Carpathians group of the Western Carpathians, and are composed mainly of flysch sediment.

The Slovak-Moravian Carpathians consist of: