Brooks Range facts for kids
The Brooks Range is a mountain range in Alaska. The range runs from northern Alaska into Canada, east-west for about 700 miles (1,100 km). The tallest mountain is Mount Chamberlin, which is 9,020 feet (2,749 m) tall. The Kobuk River begins in this range and flows to the Bering Strait, 280 miles (450 km) away.
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Area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain, looking south toward the Brooks Range
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