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White Hill  Nova Scotia   #150
Ranges: North America Ranges / Appalachian Mountains / Cape Breton Highlands

Height: 535 m -> 1755 feet
Prominence?: 535 m  
Line Parent?: Brighton Mountain (509.4 km away, at bearing 269 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Carleton (481.0 km away)

Location:   46.70250,-60.59889     46:42:09, -60:35:56   20T 683554 5174905 (16 km NW of Ingonish). NTS Mapsheet: 011.K.10   AreaCode: EG60/HF09
This peak is #2 on the Height List for Nova Scotia . This peak is #2 in Prominence List for Nova Scotia .White Hill is the highest point in Nova Scotia. It's located on a windblown forested plateau called the Cape Breton Highlands. The surrounding area as well as White Hill itself is composed of barren, swampy terrain with low bushes. A trail traverses just north of the summit. From there you can easily hike to the summit. This hill sees surprisingly few ascents despite its stature.

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