Alaska Borough/Census Area High Points
|Rank||Borough/Census Area||Peak|| Elev-Ft|
|Range (Level 4)|| Prom-Ft|
|10.||Aleutians East||Shishaldin Volcano||9414||Aleutian Islands||9414|
|23.||Aleutians West||Mount Vsevidof||7051||Aleutian Islands||7051|
|17.||Anchorage||Bashful Peak||8005||Chugach Mountains||5275|
|9.||Bethel||Mount Hesperus||9828||West Alaska Range||6978|
|29.||Bristol Bay||Bristol Bay High Point||1061||Alaska Peninsula Ranges||573|
|1.||Denali||Mount McKinley||20,320||West-Central Alaska Range||20,172|
|26.||Dillingham||Dillingham High Point||5250||Kuskokwim Mountains||4475|
| ||Dillingham|| or Togiak High Point||5250||Kuskokwim Mountains||2000|
|24.||Fairbanks North Star||West Point||5865||East Central Alaska||2915|
|16.||Haines||Mount Nesselrode||8117||Boundary Ranges||3032|
|4.||Hoonah-Angoon||Mount Fairweather||15,325||Fairweather Range||12,996|
|13.||Juneau||Devils Paw||8507||Boundary Ranges||5587|
|7.||Kenai Peninsula||Mount Torbert||11,413||Tordrillo Mountains||8688|
|20.||Ketchikan Gateway||Mount John Jay||7507||Boundary Ranges||1962|
|19.||Kodiak Island||Mount Denison-East Slope||7550||Alaska Peninsula Ranges||100|
|28.||Kusilvak||Kusilvak Census Area High Point||2905||Nulato Hills||1830|
|11.||Lake and Peninsula||Lake and Peninsula High Point||9250||Northwest Aleutian Range|| |
|5.||Matanuska-Susitna||Mount Hunter||14,573||West-Central Alaska Range||4648|
|27.||Nome||Mount Osborn||4714||Seward Peninsula Ranges||4376|
|12.||North Slope||Mount Isto||9060||Eastern Brooks Range||7985|
|14.||Northwest Arctic||Mount Igikpak||8276||Schwatka Mountains||6126|
|8.||Petersburg||Kates Needle||10,016||Boundary Ranges||4537|
|22.||Prince of Wales-Hyder||Monument 15A||7073||Boundary Ranges||0|
|25.||Sitka||Baranof Island High Point||5390||Alexander Archipelago||5390|
|15.||Skagway||Skagway High Point||8239||Boundary Ranges||2389|
|6.||Southeast Fairbanks||Mount Hayes||13,832||Hayes Range||11,507|
|3.||Valdez-Cordova||Mount Bona||16,550||Northern Saint Elias Mountains||6900|
|21.||Wrangell||Castle Mountain||7333||Boundary Ranges||1985|
|2.||Yakutat||Mount Saint Elias||18,008||Southern Icefield Ranges||11,249|
|18.||Yukon-Koyukuk||Yukon-Koyukuk High Point||7770||West Alaska Range||3120|
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This might just be the hardest list featured on this site--perhaps even tougher than the World 8000 meter peaks. There are about 20 high points here that require major expeditions to remote, icy, cold, technically difficult peaks. McKinley (Denali) is actually one of the easy ones, due to the infrastructure in place to handle the hordes of climbers and the relatively gentle slopes on the easiest route. Saint Elias, Fairweather, Hunter, and Hayes are all monster peaks, and then there are the notoriously hard Coast Range summits of Devil's Paw, Nesselrode, and Kate's Needle. Then there's stuff out on the Aleutian Peninsula/Islands, the Brooks Range, and so on. A climber's odds of getting killed while trying to do all these peaks is very considerable, due just to bad weather. Good luck with it!
Note that there are no counties in Alaska. The equivalent is the borough, and there are 18 of these areas that handle local government functions. The boroughs do not completely cover the state, though, and the U.S. Census Bureau has divided the remainder into 11 Census Areas, which have no governmental reality and and are used mainly for statistical reporting purposes. Compared to other states, the boroughs and census areas change often, and new incorporations or rulings by the census bureau could change the number or boundaries of these units, possibly changing this list. Potential completers should beware of these possible changes!
Two new boroughs were created in 2007 (Skagway) and 2008 (Wrangell). The Ketchikan-Gateway borough also expanded greatly in 2008, gaining a new high point.
- Personal research determined several of these peaks by 1990.
- Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1996 by Andy Martin.
- Dave Covill and Jerry Brekhus helped me figure out the recent (2007-2008) changes in SE Alaska
Links Alaska County High Points
Selected Guidebook(s) for this List Alaska: A Climbing Guide (Wood, Coombs)
Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.
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