Hiking TraIl nearby Alaska Maritime natural area, in Estados Unidos and Myre population.

Hiking TraIl nearby Alaska Maritime natural area, in Estados Unidos and Myre population.

The largest locality in the area is Sortland, with a population of 4,620 persons, at a distance of 39.593 kilometers from the center of the map.
The nearest is Myre (1,994 persons), at a distance of 9.646 kilometers.

The following indicators give us an idea of the difficulty of the route:
  1. Trail length: 14.079 kilometers.
  2. Min height: 0 meters above sea level.
  3. Max height: 0 meters above sea level.
  4. Average height: 0 meters above sea level.
  5. Average slope uphill: 0.000 %.
  6. Average slope downhill: 0.000 %.
  7. Mathematical difficulty index: 0.000.

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Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Myre, Øksnes

Nearby localities

  1. Myre ( Population: 1,994 persons, At a distance of 9.646 kilometers from the center of the map)
  2. Sortland ( Population: 4,620 persons, At a distance of 39.593 kilometers from the center of the map)
  3. Myre ( Population: 1,995 persons, At a distance of 43.013 kilometers from the center of the map)
  4. Straume ( Population: 291 persons, At a distance of 44.158 kilometers from the center of the map)
  5. Stokmarknes ( Population: 3,119 persons, At a distance of 52.164 kilometers from the center of the map)
  6. Borkenes ( Population: 1,460 persons, At a distance of 56.770 kilometers from the center of the map)
  7. Melbu ( Population: 2,161 persons, At a distance of 60.317 kilometers from the center of the map)
  8. Andenes ( Population: 2,766 persons, At a distance of 61.467 kilometers from the center of the map)

Nearby trails.

  1. Route from Nyksund to Stø (at a distance of 0.001 kilometers)
  2. Dronningruta (the Queen's route) (at a distance of 0.002 kilometers)

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