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Mount Stoeckel

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Location

56 ° 30' 0" N,
134 ° 51' 0" W

Region

Sitka

Elevation

2480 ft (755.9 m)

Uses

Mount Stoeckel in Detail.

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Places Near Mount Stoeckel
Archipelagos:

Redfish Islets,

Bars:

Fivefathom Patch, Redfish Breaker, Reef Shoal, Tenfathom Anchorage,

Basins:

Kritoi Basin,

Bays:

Port Herbert, Port Armstrong, Port Banks, Port Herbert, Port Lucy, Port Walter, Port Lucy, Port Walter, Big Branch Bay, Big Port Walter, Branch Bay, Byron Bay, Close Bay, Codfish Cove, Deep Cove, Denmark Cove, Great Arm, Great Arm Whale Bay, Gut Bay, Jerry Harbor, Little Branch Bay, Lovers Cove, Miner Cove, Mist Cove, Patterson Bay, Rakovoi Bay, Redfish Bay, Sandy Bay, Small Arm, Snipe Bay, Still Harbor, Whale Bay,

Capes:

Point Lauder, Armstrong Point, Finger Point, Granite Point, Hutchinson Point, Inner Point, Kekur Peninsula, Kekur Point, Mussel Point, Overhang Point, Patterson Point, Redfish Cape, Redfish Point,

Channels:

First Narrows, Second Narrows,

Dams:

Lake Ospery Dam,

Hills:

Snipe Head,

Islands:

Beavertail Island, Bush Rock, Clam Island, First Kekur, Kakovo Island, Krishka Island, Makhnati Islands, Midway Island, Onetree Rock, Reef Rock, Second Kekur, Third Kekur, Tikhaia Islands, Viking Rock,

Lakes:

Antipatr Lake, Avoss Lake, Banner Lake, Baturin Lake, Betty Lake, Blanchard Lake, Borodino Lake, Brentwood Lake, Brentwood Lakes, Clarks Pond, Cliff Lake, Davidof Lake, Deer Lake, Fawn Lake, Finger Lake, Island Lake, Jetty Lake, Khvostof Lake, Ludvik Lake, Maksoutof Lake, Nakvassin Lake, Lake Osprey, Parry Lake, Plotnikof Lake, Rezanof Lake, Rostislaf Lakes, Round Lake, Sashin Lake, Tumakof Lake, Upper Brentwood Lake, Yermak Lake,

Mountains:

Mount Ada, Mount Cecil, Mount Elizabeth, Mount Emma, Grouse Peak, Mount Hagemeister, Mount Muravief, Ptarmigan Peak, Mount Rudakof, Mount Stoeckel, Mount Yanovski,

Rivers:

Maksoutof River,

Streams:

Deer Creek, Sashin Creek,

Routes:

Davidof Lake Trail,

Cities:

Big Port Walter (historical), Port Armstrong,