Andy Simons Mountain

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Quick Facts
  • Location: 60 ° 22' 19" N, 149 ° 15' 35" W
  • Region: Kenai Peninsula
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  • Elevation: 6004 ft (1830.02 m)
  • Parent: Chugach Mountains

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On Kenai Peninsulay, NW-SE trending mountain in Chugach National Forest, just E of Kenai Lake, between Victor Creek to the S and Ptarmigan Creek and Ptarmigan Lake to the N, about 17 mi NNE of Seward, Chugach Mts.

History
Named in 1963 by the Seward Chamber of Commerce for Andrew Adrian Simons (1882-1962), early settler and big game hunting guide who in his 27 years as a member of the Alaska Game Commission worked to help conserve and publicize the game resources of Alaska.

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