Mount Blackburn topographic map

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Name: Mount Blackburn topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Mount Blackburn, Unorganized Borough, Alaska, United States (61.73162 -143.43311 61.73172 -143.43301)

Average elevation: 4,530 m

Minimum elevation: 3,648 m

Maximum elevation: 5,000 m

Mount Blackburn is a large, dramatic peak, with great local relief and independence from higher peaks. Its west face drops over 11,000 ft (3,350 m) to the Kuskulana Glacier in less than 4 horizontal miles (6.4 km). Its other faces drop 8,000–10,000 ft (2,440–3,050 m), all in less than 8 miles (13 km). The toe of the Kuskulana Glacier, less than 12 miles (19 km) from the summit, lies at an elevation of 2,400 ft (730 m), giving a rise of 14,000 ft (4,270 m). While these figures speak to the peak's relief, one measure of its independence is that it is the 50th-most topographically prominent peak in the world.

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