Extreme Points of the United States (50 States)
| || || ||Distance1|
|Extreme point ||Latitude ||Longitude ||mi. ||km|
|Northernmost point: Point Barrow, Alaska ||71°23' N ||156°29' W ||2,507 ||4,034|
|Easternmost point: West Quoddy Head, Maine ||44°49' N ||66°57' W ||1,788 ||2,997|
|Southernmost point: Ka Lae (South Cape), Hawaii ||18°55' N ||155°41' W ||3,463 ||5,573|
|Westernmost point: Cape Wrangell, Alaska (Attu Island) ||52°55' N ||172°27' E ||3,625 ||5,833|
1. From geographic center of United States (incl. Alaska and Hawaii), west of Castle Rock, S.D., 44°58' lat., 103°46' W long. If measured from the prime meridian in Greenwich, England, Cape Wrangell, Attu Island, Alaska, would be the easternmost point.
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