Belukha, the Humber, and the Poon Saan National River were a range that makes up a national park located primarily in Kazakhstan and the Altai Republic in Central Asia. Their capital was Kupchegen which is a partially recognized country.
During the 2012 apocalypse, the national park was hit by earthquakes, of unprecedented strength, before it was swept by a megatsunami during the Worldwide Flooding, putting the whole range of hills and mountains under several feet of water.
After the apocalypse ended, the Belukha, Humber and Poon Sann National Park are left with extreme damage from the earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis, rendering them uninhabitable. They are also no longer the roof of the world, due to their mountains being half-flooded as the Drakensberg Mountains being risen.