Mackenzie Mountains
geographical name mountain range NW Canada in the Rockies in Yukon Territory & W Northwest Territories

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  • Mackenzie Mountains —   [mə kenzɪ maʊntɪnz], Gebirgszug in Nordwestkanada, westlich des Mackenzietals, eine nördliche Fortsetzung der Rocky Mountains, 800 km lang, bis 2 900 m über dem Meeresspiegel ansteigend, relativ trocken und meist vegetationslos, wenig erforscht …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Mackenzie Mountains — p1 Mackenzie Mountains Der Keele Peak in den Mackenzie Mountains Höchster Gipfel Keele Peak (2.972 m …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mackenzie Mountains — Geobox|Range name=Mackenzie Mountains image caption=Keele Peak, 2005 country=Canada region=Yukon| region1=Northwest Territories | region type=Territories parent= border= length imperial=| length round= 1| length orientation= width imperial =|… …   Wikipedia

  • Mackenzie Mountains — a mountain range in the E Yukon and W Northwest Territories, in NW Canada. Highest peak, Keele Peak, 9750 ft. (2971 m). * * * ▪ mountains, Canada       northern extension of the Rocky Mountains, in the Yukon and in Inuvik and Fort Smith regions ( …   Universalium

  • Mackenzie Mountains — Mac|ken|zie Moun|tains the Mackenzie Mountains a ↑range of mountains in the Canadian ↑Rockies …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mackenzie Mountains — Sp Makeñzio kalna Ap Mackenzie Mountains L Kordiljerų R dalis, Kanada (Jukono ir ŠV teritorijos) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Mackenzie Mountains — Macken′zie Moun′tains n. pl. geg a mountain range in NW Canada. Highest peak, 9750 ft. (2971 m) …   From formal English to slang

  • Mackenzie Mountains — a mountain range in the E Yukon and W Northwest Territories, in NW Canada. Highest peak, Keele Peak, 9750 ft. (2971 m) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mackenzie — Mackenzie, MacKenzie, McKenzie, Mackynzie may refer to: Contents 1 People 1.1 Fictional characters 2 Dogs …   Wikipedia

  • Mackenzie River — River system, Northwest Territories, Canada. It flows northward from Great Slave Lake into the Beaufort Sea of the Arctic Ocean. Its basin, with an area of 697,000 sq mi (1,805,200 sq km), is the largest in Canada. It is 1,025 mi (1,650 km) long… …   Universalium

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