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Del Norte County, California, United States (41.72618 -123.91328)
The mountainous terrain associated with the Coastal Range and the Klamath Mountains dominates Del Norte County's geography. Elevation ranges from sea level to over 6,400 feet. Although much of the county is made up of steep terrain, there are small patches of flat terrain along the coast and in isolated mountain valleys. There are 37 miles of coastline in the county, forming a coastal zone that covers approximately 51,000 acres (80 square miles). A broad coastal plain can be found in the northwest portion of the county with the western edge of the Klamath Mountains as its easterly boundary. Rising abruptly from the coastal plain, the Klamath Mountains extend north into Oregon and are situated between the Cascade Range to the east and the Coast Range to the north.
South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado County, California, United States (38.93324 -119.98435)
Coordinates: 38.88121 -120.02266 38.97640 -119.92990 - Minimum elevation: 1,897 m - Maximum elevation: 3,300 m - Average elevation: 2,109 m
Lucerne Valley, San Bernardino County, California, 92356, United States (34.44362 -116.94552)
Coordinates: 34.42362 -116.96552 34.46362 -116.92552 - Minimum elevation: 871 m - Maximum elevation: 1,151 m - Average elevation: 923 m