Sadlerochit Mountains
The Sadlerochits are the northern-most range in the Arctic Refuge. Extending for forty miles (64 km) between the Canning River on the west and the Hulahula River on the east, they are the last mountains one traverses before reaching the Coastal Plain, heading north. They are the mountains most often seen as a backdrop to the Coastal Plain looking south from the Arctic Ocean. The highest peaks in the Sadlerochits are under 5000 ft (1524 m). Sunset Pass, at 2000 ft (610 m) is on the eastern end of the range.

See also


Roy Corral, "The Sadlerochit Mountains" Roy Corral, "Sojourners, Sadlerochit Mountains" Roy Corral, "Backpackers Discover Limestone Columns, Sadlerochit Mountains" Roy Corral, "Limestone Columns, Sadlerochit Mountains"
Roy Corral
The Sadlerochit Mountains
1998
Roy Corral
Sojourners,
Sadlerochit Mountains
1998

Roy Corral
Backpackers Discover Limestone Columns, Sadlerochit Mountains
1998

Roy Corral
Limestone Columns,
Sadlerochit Mountains

1998
Roy Corral, "Limestone Columns II" Roy Corral, "Limestone Columns III" Roy Corral, "Limestone Columns IV" Scott Hansen, "Sadlerochits"
Roy Corral
Limestone Columns II
1998
Roy Corral
Limestone Columns III
1998
Roy Corral
Limestone Columns IV
1998
Scott Hansen
Sadlerochits
Alkyd on canvas
20 x 15 in
1990
Dixon Jones, "View South from Sunset Pass" Ursula Schneider, "Sadlerochit Mountains"  

Dixon Jones
View South from
Sunset Pass

Colored pencil on paper
24 x 19 in
1991

Ursula Schneider
Sadlerochit Mountains
Acrylic on wood
78 x 12 in
1995

 
  Ursula Schneider, "Sadlerochit Mountains"  
  Ursula Schneider
Sadlerochit Mountains
Woodcut, edition 30
26 x 5.5 in
1995