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• Northwest Angle in Lake of the Woods, Minnesota (49°23' 4.1"N) — northernmost point in the 48 contiguous states.

• Angle Township, Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota (49°23' 4.1"N) — northernmost township in the 48 contiguous states

• Blaine, Washington and Portal, North Dakota — northernmost cities in the contiguous United States

• Bellingham, Washington — northernmost city of more than 50,000 residents in the contiguous United States

• Seattle, Washington — northernmost major metropolitan city in the contiguous United States (more than 250,000 residents)

• Western Dry Rocks, Florida ( 24°26.8′N 81°55.6′W24.4467°N 81.9267°W) — In the Florida Keys - southernmost point in the 48 contiguous states occasionally above water at low tide

• Ballast Key, Florida ( 24°31′15″N 81°57′49″W24.52083°N 81.96361°W) — southernmost point in the 48 contiguous states continuously above water

• Cape Sable, Florida ( 25°7′6″N 81°5′11″W25.11833°N 81.08639°W) — southernmost point on the U.S. mainland

*Key West, Florida — the southernmost city in the 48 contiguous states

• Sail Rock (66° 56' 52.08"W), just offshore of West Quoddy Head, Maine — easternmost point in the 50 states

• West Quoddy Head, Maine (66°57'W) — easternmost point on the U.S. mainland

• Lubec, Maine — easternmost town in the 50 states

• Cape Alava, Washington ( 48°9′51″N 124°43′59″W48.16417°N 124.73306°W) — westernmost point on the U.S. mainland (contiguous)

• Ozette, Washington — westernmost town in the 48 contiguous states

• Port Orford, Oregon — westernmost city of more than 1000 residents in the 48 contiguous states

• Mount Whitney, California (14,505 feet; 4,421 meters) — highest point in the 48 contiguous states

• Winter Park, Colorado (12,060 feet; 3,676 meters) — highest city limits in all of U.S. territory.

• Alma, Colorado (10,355 feet; 3,156 meters) — highest town with permanent residents above 10,000 ft. in all of U.S. territory[2]

• Leadville, Colorado (10,152 feet; 3,094 meters) — highest city in all of U.S. territory

• Calipatria, California (−184 feet; −56 meters) — lowest city in all of U.S. territory

• Badwater Basin (Death Valley), California (−282 feet; −86 meters) — lowest surface point in all of U.S. territory

• Geographic center of the 48 contiguous states: approximately 4 miles (6 km) west of Lebanon, Kansas, at 39°50′N 98°35′W39.833°N 98.583°W