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Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« on: December 06, 2017, 06:57:18 PM »

What is the farthest latitude/longitude you've been to? For me, they are

North: 48.9N, Glacier NP
West: 122.3W, Seattle
East: 64.6W, Bermuda
South: 26.6N, Fort Myers FL
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2017, 07:16:58 PM »

North: On an Amtrak train from Portland to Chicago. Near Moyie Springs, ID, but on the other side of the river. 48.7164°N (48°42'59" N).
West: On an Amtrak train from Los Angeles to Portland. Junction City, OR, at 123.2016°W (123°12'6" W).
East: A museum in Sandwich MA that was about glass blowing, at 70.5002°E (70°30'1" N).
South: Delray Beach, FL. 26.4583°N (26°27'30" N).
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2017, 07:23:22 PM »

North:  71.286892N, Wiley Post airport in Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), AK

South:  16.217940N, Club Med-Caravelle in Sainte-Anne, Guadeloupe (French Antilles)

West:  166.578795W, west end of Captain Jack Rd. (westernmost point on continuous North American highway system, if you include the Alaska Marine Highway auto ferry as part of that system), Unalaska AK

East:  9.278995E, Linate airport in Milano, Italy (as adult); approx 14.3E, somewhere in Napoli, Italy (taken there as baby, on visit to grandparents)
 
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2017, 08:06:37 PM »

I almost started this exact thread after the "furthest from home" one got me thinking about it again.

North: about 64.86N on the Parks Highway near Fairbanks, Alaska.  I don't think I went further north than that, but it's possible the visit to the UAF museum involved parking or walking somewhere a tad further north.

South: about 18.91N at South Point on Hawaii.

East: about 13.02 E in Malmö, Sweden.

West: about 158.25 W at the end of Hawaii 93 on Oahu.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2017, 08:12:10 PM »

Boy, this ought to be sad for me...

North - 47N (Stoneham-et-Tewksbury, Quebec, because I had to see the quasi-sister town to my own)
West - 82W (Avon Lake, OH)
South - 36N (Kill Devil Hills, NC)
East - 67.5W (Machias, ME)

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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2017, 08:36:02 PM »

Excluding airport transfers:

North: 54.77 N, Lac la Biche, Alta.
West: 156.68 W, Lahaina, Hawaii
South: 16.24 N, Tehuantapec, Oax. (at the intersection of MEX 185D and MEX 190)
East: 121.5 E, Shanghai, China

With airport transfers, west changes to the Honolulu Airport and east changes to Tokyo-Narita

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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2017, 08:50:09 PM »

North: about 46.15 N in Woodstock, New Brunswick.

South: about 26.72 N in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida.

East: about 66.06 W in downtown St. John, New Brunswick.

West: about 122.5 W in the Marin Headlands at the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge near San Francisco.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2017, 09:29:53 PM »

North: Glacier National Park Ptarmagen Tunnel trail: 48.85 N, tied with record east.
East and North: Paris: 48.85 N, 2.35 E
South: St Louis: 38.62 N
West: La push Washington: 124.63 W

Doesn't include airport transfers or time in plane.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #8 on: December 06, 2017, 09:35:29 PM »

North: NE of Québec City, QC (46.890184)
South: Hoover, AL (33.396107)
East: Common Ground Fair, Unity, ME (-69.279814)
West (excluding infancy): Robbins Crossroads, AL (-86.995070)

Oddly enough, I was a passenger for all of these, and three of them are the result of two roadmeet tours (Québec City and Birmingham).

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Had to look that one up to see that it's Alberta.  The only Alta I knew was the planning consultant.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2017, 10:04:47 PM »

"Farthest longitude" gets tricky (latitude not so much...not sure why that is); Farthest from where?  The farthest longitude west of someone from the UK could be the closest east for me, for example. 

Anyway, based the "farthest" from my home in the Capital District of NY:

North: Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park, BC: 52.22 N.  Can't remember if we made it as far north as Athabasca Falls or not (family trip when I was a kid) Oops.  Forgot about Helsinki Airport: 60.32 N
South:  Southernmost point of HI Route 11 on the Big Island: 19.06 N
East:  Shore of the Volga River in the Traktorozavodskiy Raion of Volgograd, Russia: 44.62 E
West: Exit 10 on I-H1 in Pearl City, HI: -157.96 W

In terms of the Continental U.S.:

North: Exit 242 on I-5 in Washington: 48.65 N (further north than Split Rock Lighthouse in MN or Houlton, ME)
South: Key West "Southernmost Point" Marker (false, even on Key West it isn't the southernmost point): 24.55 N.  Been to the Dry Tortugas as well, but those are further north.
East: Northern terminus of I-95 / US/Canada crossing: -67.78 W (been as far east as at least Charlottetown, PEI on North America, though: -63.13 W).
West: Cape Blanco, OR: -124.56 W.  Don't believe I made it out to Cape Flattery.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #10 on: December 06, 2017, 10:27:39 PM »

North: Gullfoss waterfall, Iceland (64.33°N)
South: Key West, FL (24.55°N)
East: Gullfoss waterfall, Iceland (20.12°W)
West: the east intersection of CA 1 and CA 246, Lompoc, CA (120.44°W)
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #11 on: December 06, 2017, 10:36:17 PM »

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Roadgeeks, Northern Extents

Oscar   71.29
froggie   65.5
Jim   64.86
Eth   64.33
J N Winkler   63.73
sparker   63.44
Thing 342   62.95
SD MapMan   61.22
1995hoo   61.18
cabiness42   59.98
EnglishSi   57.1
CtrlAltDel   57
formulanone   56.89
SignGeek   56.5
roadman   55.93
corco   54.77
dfilpus   53.62
7/8   53.31
Bickendan   52.4
TX to NJ   52.38
kphoger   52.37
Rothman   52.22
kurumi   52.2
doorknob60   49.3
Big John   49.27
index   49.2
Roadguy   48.9
Hurricane Rex   48.85
1   48.72
Buck87   47.96
PHLBOS   47.92
DandyDan   47.22
JP Roadgeek   47.07
SectorZ   47
vdeane   46.89
pianocello   46.59
slorydn1   46.5
cl94   46.16
Ian   46.15
CNGL-Leudimin   45.58
ce929wax   44.07


Roadgeeks, Southern Extents

froggie   -53.92
kurumi   -45.3
TX to NJ   -34.35
SD MapMan   -14.88
SignGeek   -7.7
EnglishSi   -6.2
doorknob60   8.7
index   10.25
formulanone   10.6
Oscar   16.22
corco   16.24
Thing 342   16.31
sparker   18.19
Jim   18.91
Rothman   19.06
dfilpus   19.14
1995hoo   20.21
PHLBOS   20.42
kphoger   20.65
CtrlAltDel   21
JP Roadgeek   21.47
Eth   24.55
slorydn1   24.55
cabiness42   25.77
1   26.46
Roadguy   26.6
Ian   26.72
Big John   27.95
pianocello   27.95
J N Winkler   27.96
CNGL-Leudimin   28.04
Buck87   28.07
7/8   28.28
Bickendan   29.4
cl94   29.93
ce929wax   30
DandyDan   31.5
roadman   32.9
vdeane   33.4
SectorZ   36
Hurricane Rex   38.62


Roadgeeks, Western Extents  -- Thank you, sparker, for being just so darned special that you chose an eastern longitude as your westernmost point. :P

sparker   114.08
froggie   -180
Oscar   -166.58
formulanone   -165
1995hoo   -159.72
kurumi   -159.7
JP Roadgeek   -159.67
Jim   -158.25
CtrlAltDel   -158
Rothman   -157.96
dfilpus   -157.92
corco   -156.68
Thing 342   -151.87
J N Winkler   -151.83
SD MapMan   -150.07
Hurricane Rex   -124.63
doorknob60   -124.5
Bickendan   -124.5
cabiness42   -124.41
Buck87   -124.11
index   -123.96
PHLBOS   -123.95
kphoger   -123.43
SignGeek   -123.3
1   -123.2
Big John   -123.12
Ian   -122.5
EnglishSi   -122.4
Roadguy   -122.3
Eth   -120.44
ce929wax   -118.4
roadman   -118.24
TX to NJ   -115.18
DandyDan   -112.07
slorydn1   -107.3
pianocello   -98.5
cl94   -93.6
vdeane   -87
SectorZ   -82
7/8   -81.59
CNGL-Leudimin   -17.24


Roadgeeks, Eastern Extents

froggie   180
kurumi   176.2
SignGeek   139.8
corco   121.5
EnglishSi   115.5
Rothman   44.62
dfilpus   35.51
J N Winkler   34.87
TX to NJ   31.45
1995hoo   30.41
CtrlAltDel   24
kphoger   21.01
Bickendan   19.25
cabiness42   13.41
Jim   13.02
CNGL-Leudimin   12.63
Oscar   9.28
formulanone   3.17
Hurricane Rex   2.35
roadman   0.13
Eth   -20.12
7/8   -59.95
index   -60.71
Thing 342   -63.03
PHLBOS   -64.03
sparker   -64.12
Roadguy   -64.6
cl94   -66.02
Ian   -66.06
SectorZ   -67.5
vdeane   -69.28
JP Roadgeek   -69.95
Buck87   -70.15
SD MapMan   -70.39
1   -70.5
Big John   -71.05
slorydn1   -71.87
doorknob60   -73.5
pianocello   -76.58
DandyDan   -76.61
ce929wax   -77.88
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #12 on: December 06, 2017, 10:38:36 PM »

Alta.

Had to look that one up to see that it's Alberta.  The only Alta I knew was the planning consultant.

Funny. The only Alta I knew was the ski resort and town in Utah.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #13 on: December 06, 2017, 10:41:21 PM »

I'll bite

North: Mont St. Anne, Quebec: 47'04" N
South: Waikiki Beach, HI: 21'28" N
East: Waterville, ME: 69'39" W
West: Waimea, Kauai 159"40" W
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #14 on: December 06, 2017, 10:44:52 PM »

Nobody in this thread who's been to the Southern Hemisphere, yet.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2017, 10:47:38 PM »

Nobody in this thread who's been to the Southern Hemisphere, yet.

Heh.  My daughter has.  Buenos Aires, Argentina, I believe was the southernmost point she made it to.  However, I have not yet ventured down yonder...but I will, someday.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2017, 11:08:26 PM »

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Greatest Difference North to South

froggie   119.42
kurumi   97.5
TX to NJ   86.73
SD MapMan   76.1
SignGeek   64.2
EnglishSi   63.3
Oscar   55.07
Thing 342   46.64
formulanone   46.29
Jim   45.95
sparker   45.25
1995hoo   40.97
doorknob60   40.6
Eth   39.78
index   38.95
corco   38.53
CtrlAltDel   36
J N Winkler   35.77
dfilpus   34.48
cabiness42   34.21
Rothman   33.16
kphoger   31.72
PHLBOS   27.5
JP Roadgeek   25.6
7/8   25.03
roadman   23.03
Bickendan   23
Roadguy   22.3
1   22.26
slorydn1   21.95
Big John   21.32
Buck87   19.89
Ian   19.43
pianocello   18.64
CNGL-Leudimin   17.54
cl94   16.23
DandyDan   15.72
ce929wax   14.07
vdeane   13.49
SectorZ   11
Hurricane Rex   10.23

Greatest Difference East to West, Crossing Prime Meridian -- except sparker, because in his world, east is west. :P

froggie   360
kurumi   335.9
corco   278.18
SignGeek   263.1
EnglishSi   237.9
sparker   229.96
Rothman   202.58
dfilpus   193.43
1995hoo   190.13
J N Winkler   186.7
CtrlAltDel   182
Oscar   175.86
Jim   171.27
formulanone   168.17
TX to NJ   146.63
kphoger   144.44
Bickendan   143.75
cabiness42   137.82
Hurricane Rex   126.98
roadman   118.37
Eth   100.32
JP Roadgeek   89.72
Thing 342   88.84
SD MapMan   79.68
index   63.25
PHLBOS   59.92
Roadguy   57.7
Ian   56.44
Buck87   53.96
1   52.7
Big John   52.07
doorknob60   51
ce929wax   40.52
DandyDan   35.46
slorydn1   35.43
CNGL-Leudimin   29.87
cl94   27.58
pianocello   21.92
7/8   21.64
vdeane   17.72
SectorZ   14.5
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #17 on: December 06, 2017, 11:15:16 PM »

Boy, this ought to be sad for me...

North - 47N (Stoneham-et-Tewksbury, Quebec, because I had to see the quasi-sister town to my own)
West - 82W (Avon Lake, OH)
South - 36N (Kill Devil Hills, NC)
East - 67.5W (Machias, ME)

I really haven't gotten far from home.

I have crossed the International Date line several times in an airplane and, thus, have both been at various latitudes at both 180E and 180W. I have flown over both the Aleutians (San Francisco to Seoul) and Greenland (Chicago to Paris) at about 75N. I have been over the Asian Mainland in an airplane, but no further to the west than Taipei. Frankfurt is my furthest north in Europe. I have been to Rio de Janeiro at 23S.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #18 on: December 07, 2017, 03:25:23 AM »

North: Lake Itasca, MN 47.2172°N
South: Fabens, TX 31.5023°N
East: Baltimore, MD 76.6122°W
West: Phoenix, AZ 112.0704°W

The north point is the farthest point I definitely remember, as my parents said they took me to the North Shore of Lake Superior, but I was too young to remember that.  The east and west points were both to go to baseball games.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #19 on: December 07, 2017, 03:55:23 AM »

North: Fort Augustus (bottom end of Loch Ness), 57.1°N
South: Jakarta, 6.2°S
East: Loksado (remote village with waterfall in southern Borneo jungle), 115.5°E
West: San Francisco, 122.4°W

In the US it's Detroit, MI (N), Palm Bay, FL (S) and Cape Canaveral, FL (E), SF, CA (W)
In Europe it's Fort Augustus, Scotland (N), Birzebbuga, Malta (S), Marsaxlokk, Malta (E), Dublin, Ireland (W)
In Asia it's Chang Mai, Thailand (N&W), Jakarta (S), Loksado (E)
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #20 on: December 07, 2017, 08:50:56 AM »

Quote from: Rothman
"Farthest longitude" gets tricky (latitude not so much...not sure why that is); Farthest from where?  The farthest longitude west of someone from the UK could be the closest east for me, for example.

It also becomes a moot point for those of us who have circumnavigated the globe, as I did in 2008.  How do I put "farthest east" or "farthest west" when I've been completely around?

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Nobody in this thread who's been to the Southern Hemisphere, yet.

I have.  A number of times.  Whatever latitude the Straits of Magellan are at is the farthest south.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #21 on: December 07, 2017, 09:31:36 AM »

Farthest from where I reside (southeastern, PA):

North: Everett, WA 47o 55' N

South: Cozumel, Mexico 20o 25' N

East: Mt. Carmel, Prince Edward Island 64o 02' W

West: Pacific City, OR 123o 57' W
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #22 on: December 07, 2017, 09:43:02 AM »

East: Palestine West Bank, 35°30'19.3"E
West: Polynesian Cultural Center, La'ie Hi 157°55'16.6"W
North: Leaman, SK 53°37'13.7"N
South: Punalu'u Black Sand Beach, HI 19°08'08.4"N
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #23 on: December 07, 2017, 09:58:55 AM »

Greatest Difference North to South

Traveler   N-S
Oscar   55.07
EnglishSi    50.9
Jim   45.95
Eth   39.78
corco   38.53
Rothman   33.16
PHLBOS 27.5
JP Roadgeek   25.6
Roadguy   22.3
1   22.26
Ian   19.43
DandyDan   15.72
vdeane   13.49
SectorZ   11
Hurricane Rex   10.23

Greatest Difference East to West, Crossing Prime Meridian

Traveler   E-W
corco   278.18
EnglishSi   237.9
Rothman   202.58
Oscar   175.86
Jim   171.27
Hurricane Rex   126.98
Eth   100.32
JP Roadgeek   89.72
PHLBOS   59.92
Roadguy   57.7
Ian   56.44
1   52.7
DandyDan  35.46
vdeane   17.72
SectorZ   14.5

True empirical evidence that I don't stray far from home.
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Re: Farthest latitude and longitude you've been to
« Reply #24 on: December 07, 2017, 09:59:44 AM »

North: 49.20, Nanaimo, BC
West: -123.96, Lake Cowichan, BC
East: -60.71, Scarborough, Tobago
South: 10.25, Princes Town, Trinidad
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