1. Brooks Range • 2. Seward Peninsula mountains • 3. Nulato Hills • 4. Yukon-Tanana Uplands • 5. Ogilvie Mountians • 6. Kuskokwim Mountains • 7. Alaska Range • 8. Talkeetna Mountains • 9. Wrangell Mountains • 10. Aleutian Range • 11. Kenai Mountains • 12. Chugach Mountains • 13. St. Elias Mountains • 14. Coast Mountains
The Alaska Range and The Brooks Range
the Brooks Range and Alaska Range
The Rockies, the Smokies in winter, the Sierra Nevadas, the giant mountains of Alaska.
Latitude, bodies of water, and presence of mountains.
The Mendenhall Glacier is located near the capital of Alaska, Juneau. It is a short drive from the city and can be found in the Tongass National Forest.
The northern most mountains in Alaska are known as The Brooks Range.
The most southern mountain range in Alaska are the Kenai and Chugach Mountains. These main mountains are separated from the Alaska Range by the Talkeetna and Wrangell Mountains.
Chugach Mountains in southern Alaska and in most regions of Alaska.
The chisos mountains are the most important
Alaska - This is incorrect, the correct answer is Nevada.
Yes, Alaska is very important. it is where we get most of our fish. we are still finding oil and gold in Alaska today.
Alaska's three most important industries are oil, tourism, and fishing. Other industries in Alaska are coal, gold, and mining.
There are quite a few, such as the St. Elias range in Alaska, B.C., and the Yukon (where Canada's highest mountain is) and the Cascade range in B.C. and Washington state, but the most famous (and probably most important) is the Rocky Mountains.