Sun 3 May, 2020 11:58 pm
I have a very random and specific question. We live in Whatcom county in Washington state. The western border is the Salish sea / Pacific Ocean and in the eastern part of our county is Mount Baker at 10,781 feet.
My question is...are there any other counties in the country with a 10,000 foot change in elevation or more specifically from sea level to 10,000 feet???
I never heard of a change like that, so I'll give it a 'maybe'.
Have you tried looking in Hawaii?
Probably Denali, in Alaska, formerly known as Mount McKinley. At more than 20,000 feet, it is, far and away, the highest elevation in North America. What the situation is with regard to county lines (which is really meaningles), you'd have to figure that out on your own.