Mount Chamberlin (Alaska)
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|Elevation||9,019 ft (2,749 m)|
|Prominence||2,429 m (7,969 ft)|
|Location||North Slope Borough, Alaska, U.S.|
|Topo map||USGS Mount Michelson B-2|
|First ascent||1963 by George G. Barnes, Dennis Burge, Graham Stephenson|
|Easiest route||West Ridge: glacier/snow climb, Alaska Grade 1; class 2 hike if route is ice-free|
Mount Chamberlin is the highest peak in the Brooks Range of northern Alaska in the United States. It is the highest peak for over 500 miles (800 km); however, due to its remote location, it sees little climbing activity.
- "Mount Chamberlin". Bivouac.com. http://www.bivouac.com/MtnPg.asp?MtnId=7662. Retrieved 2006-10-04.
- "Alaska Ultra-Prominence". peaklist.org. Retrieved 2010-02-21.
- "Mount Chamberlin". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2014-04-06.
- Wood, Michael; Coombs, Colby (2001). Alaska: a climbing guide. Seattle, WA, USA: The Mountaineers. ISBN 0-89886-724-X.
- Some sources claim Mount Isto or Mount Michelson is higher; the claim for Chamberlin is based on the 1:63,360 scale USGS topographic maps of the three peaks. See Mount Chamberlin on Topozone.
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