Twincairn Cone is a physical feature (pillar) in Northwest Arctic Borough.
|Feature Name:||Twincairn Cone|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||Twelve mi NNW of Imuruk Lake and 4.5 mi NW of Cloud Lake, Seward Peninsula High.|
|History:||Reported in 1950 by D. M. Hopkins, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS); so named because "the summit of the cone there are two large cairns built by Eskimos before white men entered the country. The cairns are a conspicous landmark from four miles away in any direction."|
|Borough:||Northwest Arctic Borough|
Note that you do not have the right to enter private property without the owner's permission. You do have a right to access goverment property that is open to the general public. The GNIS Feature Detail Report for Twincairn Cone does not include property ownership information.
|Fink Creek, AK (14.1 miles NE)|