Inspired by this thread in which I opine that Florida contains a spot that is in the top four furthest places away from a mountain that you can get to by land. The tip of Florida seems to be more than 700 miles away from North Georgia which seems to be the closest mountains. By “Mountain” I mean something that rises at least 1000 feet from nearby terrain (so slowly rising plateaux don’t count.)
Just looking at a map I’d give over a 50/50 chance of perhaps being beaten somewhere in the middle of the Sahaha.
Perhaps also somewhere in north east central Canada, but I do not know which regions of the Canadian Shield qualify as “mountains” enough to make a call.
Google Maps doesn’t have a good topo map of Antarctica and I don’t know enough about the geography of Siberia and Australia to even know where to look to confirm this.
Does anyone have some insight into this trivia?