Whitney, Mount
geographical name mountain 14,495 feet (4418 meters) SE central California in Sierra Nevada in Sequoia National Park; highest in the United States outside of Alaska

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  • Whitney,Mount — Whitney, Mount A peak, 4,420.7 m (14,494 ft) high, in the Sierra Nevada of east central California. It is the highest elevation in the continental United States. * * * …   Universalium

  • Whitney, Mount — Peak in the Sierra Nevada, southeast central California, U.S. Located in Sequoia National Park, it is 14,494 ft (4,418 m) high, the highest point in the continental U.S. outside of Alaska. It was first climbed in 1873. * * * ▪ mountain,… …   Universalium

  • Whitney, Mount — peak, E California; 14,496 ft …   Webster's Gazetteer

  • Whitney, Mount — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mount Russell — could mean: Mount Russell (Alaska), a significant peak of the Alaska Range southwest of Mount McKinley (Denali). Mount Russell (Antarctica) in the Queen Maud Mountains of Antarctica Mount Russell (California), a fourteener in the Sierra Nevada… …   Wikipedia

  • Whitney — Whitney, Mount a mountain in California that is part of the Sierra Nevada line of mountains …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mount Whitney — This article is about the mountain. For the former town with this name, see Lone Pine Station, California. For the ship, see USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20). Mount Whitney East Face close up seen from the Whitney Portal …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Whitney — Mont Whitney Mont Whitney Le mont Whitney vu de l est, sous la neige. Géographie Altitude 4 421 m …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mount Whitney — noun the highest peak in the Sierra Nevada range in California (14,494 feet high) • Syn: ↑Whitney • Instance Hypernyms: ↑mountain peak • Part Holonyms: ↑Sierra Nevada, ↑Sierra Nevada Mountains, ↑High Sierra …   Useful english dictionary

  • Whitney — /hwit nee, wit /, n. 1. Eli, 1765 1825, U.S. manufacturer and inventor. 2. John Hay, 1904 82, U.S. diplomat and newspaper publisher. 3. Josiah Dwight, 1819 96, U.S. geologist. 4. William Dwight, 1827 94, U.S. philologist and lexicographer… …   Universalium

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