Key Col for Gore Mountain

Col Elevation: 420- meters, 1378- feet

Key Col for:Gore Mountain  (1016 m/3332 ft)
Key Col Elevation Info:Elevation range: 420 - 410 m
    (10-meter contour interval)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)45° 9' 24'' N; 71° 32' 45'' W
45.156777, -71.545934 (Dec Deg)
ProminenceClean: 596 m/1954 ft
Optimistic: 606 m/1987 ft
Average: 601 m/1970 ft
Prominence Parentage:Line Parent: Salmon Mountain
Ridgewalk Distance:121.04 km/75.21 mi
County/Second Level RegionCoaticook

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RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Appalachian Mountains
Range3: Northern U.S. Appalachians
Range4: New England Upland
Range5: Vermont Upland
Ridges/DividesAppalachian Divide
Drainage Basins
St. Lawrence
Gulf of St. Lawrence
Atlantic Ocean
Long Island Sound
Atlantic Ocean

Detailed Ridgewalk Listing

The table below lists the peaks and cols that lie on the path from Gore Mountain to its Key Col and onward to its Line Parent.  This route is the highest possible path that follows ridgecrests from the peak to higher ground. It corresponds to the yellow line on the map above.  Note: This feature is preliminary. There may be errors in the ridgewalk data and/or bugs in the code that give misleading results. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Ridge PointLocationElev-mProm-mRidge Name(s)Basins to each sideDist-kmCumulative-km
START: Gore MountainUSA-VT1016596Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut  
(Unnamed Col) 829 Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut1.241.24
Round MountainUSA-VT89465Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut0.491.72
(Unnamed Col) 738 Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut0.982.71
East RoundUSA-VT82789Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut0.553.26
(Unnamed Col) 683 Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut1.454.71
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut1.536.24
(Unnamed Col) 561 Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut5.0411.28
Little Averill Pond PeakUSA-VT681120Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut0.9712.25
(Unnamed Col) 561 Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut1.5713.82
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut4.5518.37
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideSt. Lawrence/Connecticut12.5430.91
(Unnamed Col) 490 Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence13.5844.49
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence2.6147.1
KEY COL: (Unnamed Col) 420 Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence17.7264.82
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence1.7366.54
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence13.0779.61
(Ridge Junction)   Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence4.1583.76
Boundary Monument 500.15USA/Canada652102Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence2.3486.1
LINE PARENT: Salmon MountainUSA/Canada1036268Appalachian DivideConnecticut/St. Lawrence34.94121.04
PROM PARENT:  (Unnamed Col)       
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