Kiska Volcano-North Slope, Alaska
Prominence: 0 ft, 0 m
Elevation: 3281 feet, 1000 meters
Approx. Isolation: 0 mi, 0 km
|Peak Type||Slope Point, subsidiary to Kiska Volcano|
|Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)||52° 6' 29'' N, 177° 36' 9'' E|
52.107955, 177.602454 (Dec Deg)
|County/Second Level Region||Aleutians West|
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U.S. National Monument High Points (Rank #77)
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|Location approximate. There are 5 sub-units of this new National Monument on Kiska Island, and another 4 on Attu Island, and 1 on Atka Island, created in 2019 out of the prior WWII NM, with Tule Lake being parsed out and other sites demoted. |
Uncertain if the sub-unit on Kiska Island is higher, but is likely to be, as Attu Island units seem to peak at several hundred meters high on Saranof Ridge or Engineer Hill. The B-24D bomber location is lower.
This unit is the site of a bomber crash high on the slopes of Kiska Volcano, which is 1,182M high.
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