Alapah Mountain was named by Robert Marshall in 1956, writing "and determined instead to climb directly to the top of a great table top mountain *** We later named this mountain Alapah, meaning cold in Eskimo."
Alapah Mountain, is part of the Brooks Range, and lies a few miles north of the Continental Divide, and inside Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve.
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