Isolation for Fifty Years of Alaskan Statehood

Isolation Distance: 1.85 miles, 2.97 kilometers

Isolation Source PeakFifty Years of Alaskan Statehood
   Peak Elevation: 8599 ft / 2621 m
   Peak Location: USA-AK
Isolation Limit Point
The ILP for a peak is the closest point of land that is higher in elevation than the peak.
Latitude-Longitude (WGS84):
   58° 42' 24'' N, 137° 12' 39'' W
   58.7067, -137.2108 (Dec Deg)
ILP Location: USA-AK
Peak to ILP Bearing: 217° (SW)
ILP Source: Kirmse Auto ILP (More Info)
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Isolation CircleArea: 10.7 mi², 27.7 km²
Nearest Higher Neighbor (NHN)
The NHN shown here is the nearest higher peak in the database to the given peak.
Mount Wilbur
   NHN Elevation: 8900 ft/2713 m
   NHN Location: USA-AK
Peak to NHN Bearing: 218° (SW)
NHN Distance: 2.16 mi / 3.48 km
ILP/NHN DifferencesCompared to ILP, NHN Peak is:
   0.31 mi / 0.51 km further away
   301 ft / 92 m higher.
Isolation Circle Map:
The largest possible circle centered on Fifty Years of Alaskan Statehood containing no higher ground than its summit.
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