Boundary Range

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Boundary Range
Boundary Mountains
Highest point
Coordinates57°05′N 131°51′W / 57.083°N 131.850°W / 57.083; -131.850Coordinates: 57°05′N 131°51′W / 57.083°N 131.850°W / 57.083; -131.850
Dimensions
Area114 km2 (44 sq mi)
Geography
CountriesCanada and United States
States/ProvincesBritish Columbia and Alaska
Parent rangeBoundary Ranges

The Boundary Range, formerly known as the Boundary Mountains, is a subrange of the similarly named but much larger Boundary Ranges which run most of the length of the border between British Columbia, Canada, and Alaska, United States. The range lies west of the lower Stikine River between the Mud (S) and Flood Glaciers (N).

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References[edit]

  • "Boundary Range". BC Geographical Names.
  • "Boundary Mountains". BC Geographical Names. (rescinded May 6, 1954)
  • Boundary Range in the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia