Definition of North peak
1. Noun. 19,370 feet high.
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Literary usage of North peak
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1. A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United Statesby Henry Gannett by Henry Gannett (1906)
"14282 north peak, Contra Costa County USG Sf 3, 563 north peak, Mariposa and ... USG S 11178 north peak, YN P USG S 12256 north peak, San Diego County USG S ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"... it then rises abruptly in the north peak to 5000 feet. Beyond this north peak, the range, gradually curving ..."
3. Bay of Bengal Pilot: Bay of Bengal and the Coasts of India and Siam by United States Hydrographic Office (1916)
"Saddle north peak. ... Saddle Hill, 2402 feet high, a rounded summit, about 2£ miles southward of Saddle north peak; all the above are some distance from ..."
4. Northmost Australia: Three Centuries of Exploration, Discovery, and by Robert Logan Jack (1921)
"From north peak, the continuation of the range north-northeastward for 5 miles to CAPE DIRECTION (12° 51' S.) is indicated on the chart by a narrow ridge. ..."