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Range Name(s): North American Cordillera, Кордильеры Северной Америки     Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
Max. Elevation: 6 193 m / 20 318 ft     Snow Line: 350-3 500 m/ 1 148-11 483 ft
Region(s): North America     Average Length: 5 589 miles / 9 000 km
Location: United States (USA): Canada: Mexico: Guatemala: Haiti: Jamaica:     Average Width: 800-1 600 miles / 497-994 km
Activity Type: Please update     Latitude/Longitude: 45°26'40.98''N
-114°-28'-39.141''W
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Parent Range: Please update     Nearest Airport(s): Please update
National Park(s): Please update     Convenience Center(s): Please update

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Here are the world-class mountaineering destinations such as Alaska and Saint Elias ranges, many famous and prominent peaks, including volcanic origin, which come in all sorts of lists of the most-most peaks of the planet according to different characteristics. Countless numbers of trekking from the simplest to experienced, from walking for a few hours to many days journeys. North American Cordillera offers thousands of rock-climbing routes and dozens of national parks.... Read more

DESCRIPTION Edit

North American Cordillera are the part of the Cordillera mountain range (the second is Andes or the Cordilleras of South America). Mountain system on the continent formed of different ages and diverse geological structures and therefore here we can find a variety of landscapes and heights of the system’s formations. These mountains can be divided into a myriad of components and subranges - each of them has its own character with variety of routes, trekking and surfaces. This mountains lie in different countries and in different climatic zones. Which make impossible the existence on one universal description of all the system, which would allow the reader to determine - where exactly he wants to go, according to his aims and interests. We will describe the most attractive areas of the system as a stand alone units.... Read more

LOCATION Edit

Mountain system is extended along the western edge of the North America continent from Alaska, across Canada, Central America, Mexico to Panama.

North America, United States (USA): Washingto...

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North America, United States (USA): Alaska

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  • 1 people climbed it

North America, United States (USA): Alaska

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  • 11 people climbed it

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North America, United States (USA): Alaska

  • Denali
  • Mountaineering - 21 Day(s)
  • 15 Apr - 31 Jul
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  • 11 people climbed it

North America, United States (USA):

  • Denali
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  • 15 Apr - 15 Jul
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North America, United States (USA): Alaska

  • Denali
  • Mountaineering - 21 Day(s)
  • 15 Apr - 31 Jul
  • Extreme+ 
  • 0 people climbed it

Canada: Alberta, British Columbia

  • 2 Mar 2017 - 14 Apr 2017
  • Peyto Peak,St. Nicholas Peak,Mount Olive(3126 m)
  • Wapta Ski Traverse

United States (USA):

  • 15 May 2009 - 13 Jun 2009
  • Denali(6195 m)
  • West Buttress

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