Gen 8:4 And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat.
Perhaps I'm missing some directions from my Bible.
Strictly speaking, the Hebrew reads "rrt", not "Ararat"; the vowels are left out. (IIRC, vowel points in Hebrew didn't appear until Roman times.) "RRT" could mean "Urartu" as easily as "Ararat". The Urartu people lived in the area before the Armenians pushed them out. Making matters worse, the Hebrew word translated as "mountains" could mean hills or foothills. Thus "the mountains of rrt" could mean any hills or mountains in the old Urartu lands.