Mount Roberts (Alaska)

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This article is about the mountain near Juneau, Alaska. For the apex of Nunivak Island, Alaska, see Mount Roberts (Nunivak Island). For other summits, see Mount Roberts (disambiguation).
Mount Roberts
Tram over Juneau.jpg
Mount Roberts tramway over Juneau, Alaska
Highest point
Elevation 3,819 ft (1,164 m)
Prominence 300 ft (91 m) – roughly
Coordinates 58°17′10″N 134°19′34″W / 58.28611°N 134.32611°W / 58.28611; -134.32611
Geography
Location Boundary Ranges, Alaska
Topo map USGS Juneau
Climbing
First ascent Unknown
Easiest route Scramble

Mount Roberts or Roberts Peak is a 3,819 foot (1,164 m) mountain just east of downtown Juneau, Alaska. It is noted for its accessibility from downtown Juneau and for the Mount Roberts Tramway which carries passengers and tourists from sea level to 1,800 feet (550 m) up the mountain.

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