Aleutian range



a mountain range extending along the eastern coast of the Alaska Peninsula. Highest peak, Mt. Katmai, 6715 feet (2047 meters).
Historical Examples

Behind the gray cliffs of the peninsula float the snow-peaks of the Aleutian Range.
Alaska Ella Higginson

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