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Hill 855, New Jersey


Prominence: 295 ft, 90 m

Elevation: 855 feet, 261 meters


True Isolation: 1.01 mi, 1.63 km
Elevation Info:NAVD88 Elevation: 854 ft / 261 m
Peak TypeUnnamed Peak
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)41° 10' 5'' N, 74° 38' 0'' W
41.168021, -74.63346 (Dec Deg)
530748 E 4557474 N, Zone 18 (UTM)
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNew Jersey
County/Second Level RegionSussex
City/TownWantage
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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 295 ft/90 m
  Optimistic Prominence: 315 ft/96 m
  Key Col: 560 ft/171 m
IsolationIsolation Page  (Detailed isolation information)
   Distance: 1.01 mi/1.63 km
   Isolation Limit Point: 41.1567, -74.6458
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RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Appalachian Mountains
Range3: Northern U.S. Appalachians
Range4: Mid-Atlantic Highlands
Range5: Hudson-Jersey Highlands
Range6: Jersey Highlands
Drainage BasinsRondout
Hudson
New York Harbor
Atlantic-Eastern USA
Atlantic Ocean
Topo MapBranchville O41074b6 1:24,000
Data Source1:25,000 (or larger) Topographic Survey Map
This peak was submitted to the Peakbagger.com database by Eric Koppel.



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