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Alaska Borough/Census Area Prominence Peaks

RankBorough/Census AreaPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
15.SitkaBaranof Island High Point16431643Alexander Archipelago 
16.AnchorageBashful Peak16082440Chugach Mountains 
29.Bristol BayBristol Bay High Point171323Alaska Peninsula Ranges 
17.HainesChunekukleik Mountain14271762Alsek Ranges 
21.DillinghamDillingham High Point13561600Kuskokwim Mountains 
 Dillingham or Togiak High Point5791585Kuskokwim Mountains 
20.Kodiak IslandKoniag Peak13621362Kodiak Island 
28.Wade HamptonKusilvak Mountains High Point737741Kuskokwim Mountains 
3.Valdez-CordovaMount Blackburn35334996Wrangell Mountains 
26.SkagwayMount Carmack9752075Boundary Ranges 
2.Hoonah-AngoonMount Fairweather39514671Fairweather Range 
4.Southeast FairbanksMount Hayes35004216Hayes Range 
12.BethelMount Hesperus21122996West Alaska Range 
13.Northwest ArcticMount Igikpak18522523Schwatka Mountains 
10.North SlopeMount Isto24262761Eastern Brooks Range 
6.Matanuska-SusitnaMount Marcus Baker32694016Chugach Mountains 
1.DenaliMount McKinley61446194West-Central Alaska Range 
23.NomeMount Osborn13301437Seward Peninsula Ranges 
19.Ketchikan GatewayMount Reid14001400Alexander Archipelago 
5.YakutatMount Saint Elias34095489Southern Icefield Ranges 
9.Lake and PeninsulaMount Veniaminof24922507Alaska Peninsula Ranges 
11.Aleutians WestMount Vsevidof21492149Aleutian Islands 
18.PetersburgPeak 542014081652Boundary Ranges 
22.Yukon-KoyukukPoss Mountain13351884Philip Smith Mountains 
25.Prince of Wales-HyderPrince of Wales High Point12181218Alexander Archipelago 
8.Kenai PeninsulaRedoubt Volcano27733108Chigmit Mountains 
24.WrangellReflection Peak12501372Boundary Ranges 
7.Aleutians EastShishaldin Volcano28692869Aleutian Islands 
14.JuneauSnow Tower18512003Boundary Ranges 
27.Fairbanks North StarWest Point8741788East Central Alaska 

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Links

     Alaska Borough Prominences at CoHP.org
     Alaska Borough/Census Area Prominences

 


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