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Alapah Mountain, Alaska

Coordinates:
68 ° 9' 42" N, 150 ° 49' 18" W

Borough:
North Slope

Elevation:6,447 ft / 1,965 m

Getting There

The closest ways to access Alapah Mountain is to approach from the Dalton Highway, a 23 mile hike from Anatuvuk Pass, or chartered flights out of Coldfoot.

Naming

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."

About

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.