The dominant morphological phenomenon from the textural relief of Mount Baba is the main mountain ridge, which is also a watershed between the Adriatic and the Aegean Plateau. From Kozji Kamen (2180 m) to Muza (2350 m), in a length of about 15 km, the mountain ridge has a direction of stretching northwest – southeast. From the top of the Muse (2350 m), the main mountain ridge changes its direction of extension to the meridian.
It extends to the top of Kriv Kamen (2155 m) on the Macedonian-Greek border in a length of about 10 km. The southern (meridian) part of the main mountain ridge, between the Muse (2350 m) and the Scambia and Rufes (2196 m).
From the main ridge, in the northeastern direction, there are a dozen branches, and to the west three more prominent side ridges. Thus, from the peak Shiroko Stapalo (2415 m) to the top Pelister (2601 m) and further north to Kale (1615 m), a mountain ridge is formed in a length of about 8 km., Between the peaks Pelister and Steve (2468 m) are finds a striking ridge, which further splits into two smaller ridges in the direction of Kopanki and Yorgov Kamen (1744 m).