Mountains are formed under intense pressure pushing two tectonic plates together. This tends to make metamorphic rock underneath the mountain, and metamorphic rocks are typically not permeable. Most permeable rocks are sedimentary, but when rocks are metamorphosed, all of the pores are squished out.
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