North America GeographyAlaska Range:
Mountains of south-central Alaska that extend from the Alaska Peninsula to the border of the Yukon Territory, Canada. The highest point in North America, Mt. McKinley, 20,320 ft. (6,194 m) is located here.
The Appalachians, about 1,500 miles in length, extend from central Alabama in the U.S. up through the New England states and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Quebec.
Significant Appalachian ranges include:
- The Cumberland Mts. in Tennessee
- The Blue Ridge Mts. in Virginia
- The Alleghenies in Pennsylvania
- The Catskills Mts. in New York
- The Green Mts. in Vermont
- The White Mts. of New Hampshire
Mountains of northern Alaska. Highest point: Mt. Isto, 9,060 ft. (2,760 m)
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