World's Highest Topographically isolated summits
4. World's Highest Topographically isolated summits
WHS containing one of the World's 40 most isolated summits. (Isolation in kms/Ht in m)
"The topographic isolation of a summit is the Great Circle distance to the nearest point of equal elevation. Topographic isolation represents a radius of dominance in which the summit is the highest point." (Wiki). See here.
Isolation Map - link.
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- Fujisan: 28th, 2076.66 km
- Hawaii Volcanoes: Mauna Kea 8th most isolated (3947/4205)
- Heard and McDonald Islands: Mawson Peak, Heard Island 30th most isolated (2046/2745)
- Huascaran National Park: 25th most isolated (2196/6746)
- Kilimanjaro National Park: 4th most isolated (5509/5895)
- Kinabalu Park: Mt Kinabalu 19th most isolated (2513/4095)
- Lorentz National Park: Puncak Jaya 5th most isolated (5261/4884)
- Pitons of Reunion: Piton de Neiges 14th most isolated (2766/3071)
- Sagarmatha National Park: Mt Everest By definition the most isolated (Infinity/8848)
- Te Wahipounamu: Mt Cook 10th most isolated (3139/37540)
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