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Innuit Mountain

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Innuit Mountain

Innuit Mountain
Elevation 1,509 m (4,951 ft)
Prominence 1,239 m (4,065 ft)
Location Labrador, Canada
Range Torngat Mountains
Topo map NTS 024P/01

Innuit Mountain is a mountain located 30 km (19 mi) northwest of Mount Caubvick in the Torngat Mountains of northern Labrador, Canada.


Innuit Mountain lies at the head of Nachvak Fiord and has a twin summit called Packard Mountain.[1]


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