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Key Col for Mount Bachelor

Col Elevation: 6400- feet, 1951- meters

Key Col for:Mount Bachelor  (9065 ft/2763 m)
Key Col Elevation Info:Elevation range: 6400 - 6360 ft
    (40-foot contour interval)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)43° 59' 40'' N; 121° 39' 33'' W
43.99455, -121.659161 (Dec Deg)
ProminenceClean: 2665 ft/812 m
Optimistic: 2705 ft/824 m
Average: 2685 ft/818 m
Prominence Parentage:Line Parent: Broken Top
Prominence Parent: South Sister
Island Parent: South Sister
Ridgewalk Distance:11.12 mi/17.9 km
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceOregon
County/Second Level RegionDeschutes
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RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Pacific Ranges
Range3: Cascade Range
Range4: Oregon Cascades
Range5: Sisters Area
Drainage BasinsDeschutes [OR]
Columbia
Pacific Ocean
OwnershipLand: Deschutes National Forest
Topo MapMount Bachelor    O43121h6    1:24,000


Detailed Ridgewalk Listing

The table below lists the peaks and cols that lie on the path from Mount Bachelor to its Key Col and onward to its Line Parent.  This route is the highest possible path that follows ridgecrests from the peak to higher ground. It corresponds to the yellow line on the map above.  Note: This feature is preliminary. There may be errors in the ridgewalk data and/or bugs in the code that give misleading results. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Ridge PointElev-ftProm-ftRidge Name(s)Basins to each sideDist-miCumulative-mi
START: Mount Bachelor90652665    
KEY COL: (Unnamed Col)6400   1.961.96
Tumalo Mountain77751055  1.153.11
(Unnamed Col)6720   2.085.19
Peak 70487048288  0.285.47
(Unnamed Col)6760   0.866.32
Ball Butte8091531  2.248.56
(Unnamed Col)7560   0.378.93
Broken Hand8376176  0.989.91
(Unnamed Col)8200   0.1910.1
Broken Hand West8388188  0.2610.36
(Unnamed Col)8200   0.210.56
LINE PARENT: Broken Top91752175  0.5611.12
PROM PARENT: South Sister10,3585588    
ISLAND PARENT: South Sister10,3585588    
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