Alaska data and topography

Nearly all airports and airstrips in Alaska show 0’ elevation, which is clearly and verifiably incorrect. Also, the topography is very mountainous but there are few mountain ranges and Mt. McKinley is nowhere to be found. I like to fly in AK and would like to see the state portrayed accurately please.

Anywhere North of 60 is displayed as flat which is why there are only mountain ranges in southern Alaska

Take a look at this:

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Disappointing, but thanks.

Bob

That explains it. Thanks very much.

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