Section 29 - 141st Meridian
The 1,045 kilometres (650 miles) of straight-line boundary along the 141st Meridian from Mount St. Elias to the Arctic Ocean, was originally surveyed during the years 1907-1913. The original survey established control, projected the line, established monumentation, and mapped a 6-kilometre (4-mile) strip along the entire boundary. This section dips its toes in the Arctic Ocean and then rises to the 5 488- meter (18,005 feet) summit of Mount St. Elias. It runs through the taiga in the boreal part, riding some cliffs near the Yukon River and then cuts through a mixed forest that becomes less stunted in its southern section. The scarcity of roads complicates maintenance.
H-1; H-2; H-3; H-4; H-5; H-6; H-7; H-8; H-9; H-10; H-11; H-12; H-13; H-14; H-15; H-16; H-17; H-18; H-19; H-20; H-21; H-22; H-23; H-24; H-25; H-26; H-27; H-28; H-29; H-30; H-31; H-32; H-33; H-34; H-35; H-36; H-37; H-38; H-39