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Alaska Relief Map

A relief map uses shading and coloring techniques to depict terrain elevations and depressions.  This Alaska map page features static and interactive relief maps of Alaska that depict mountains, valleys, and other physical features.  The static map shows terrain features within the boundaries of the state, while the interactive maps can be zoomed and panned to show detailed terrain features and contour lines in Alaska and the surrounding region.

Static Alaska Relief Map

Alaska relief map

Interactive Alaska Relief Maps

The interactive relief map choices include a standard Google terrain map and an enhanced Google terrain map with Street View capabilities.  To zoom in or out on either of these Alaska maps, click or touch its plus (+) button or its minus (-) button, respectively.  To pan either map in any direction, simply swipe it or drag it in that direction.  To display either of these Alaska terrain maps, click or touch one of the following menu options.

Standard Terrain MapEnhanced Terrain Map

Alaska's highest mountain is Mount McKinley, whose peak is 20,320 feet above sea level.  Other notable mountains in Alaska include Mount Saint Elias (18,008 feet), Mount Foraker (17,400 feet), Mount Fairweather (15,300 feet), and Mount Wrangell (14,163 feet).  The largest lake in Alaska is Lake Iliamna.  If you are planning a visit to Alaska, please see Travel Alaska, the official state tourism site, where you can find a wide range of travel and vacation information.  For information about Alaska history and recreational activities, visit the following National Park sites.

Alaska National Parks

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Alaska Relief Map