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The Sarawat Mountains (Arabic: جِبَالُ ٱلسَّرَوَاتِ, romanized: Jibāl as-Sarawāt), also known as the Sarat, is a part of the Hijaz Mountains in the western part of the Arabian Peninsula. In a broad sense, it runs parallel to the eastern coast of the Red Sea, and thus encompasses the mountains of Fifa', 'Asir and Taif (which can be seen as including the Midian Mountains). In a narrow sense, the Sarawat start in Taif city in Saudi Arabia, and extend to the Gulf of Aden in the south, running along the entire western coast of Yemen, in what used to be North Yemen, and extend eastwards into part of what used to be South Yemen, thus running parallel to the Gulf of Aden.
|Peak||Jabal An-Nabi Shu'ayb, Yemen|
|Elevation||3,666 m (12,028 ft)|
|Native name||Jibāl As-Sarawāt (جِبَالُ ٱلسَّرَوَاتِ)|
|Countries||Yemen and Saudi Arabia|
|Range coordinates||18°16′02″N 42°22′05″E|