Alaska’s geography varies
greatly from north
to south and from sea level to its highest peak, Mt. McKinley
20,320 feet (6,194 m), the highest mountain in all of North America.
The state of Alaska is commonly
four major geographic subregions: the Pacific Mountain System, the
Central Up- and Lowlands, the Rocky Mountain
System of Alaska, and the Arctic Coastal Plain.
Geography of Alaska
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