Special Report

The Most Remote Place in Every State

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26. Montana
> Middle of nowhere: 3.5 miles West of Gordon Mountain
> Time to nearest city: 16 hours, 7 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 47°25’15″N, 113°15’15″W

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27. Nebraska
> Middle of nowhere: West of Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest
> Time to nearest city: 7 hours, 49 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 42°35’15″N, 101°29’15″W

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28. Nevada
> Middle of nowhere: Black Rock Desert Wilderness
> Time to nearest city: 10 hours, 21 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 41°15’45″N, 118°45’15″W

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29. New Hampshire
> Middle of nowhere: 5 miles Northwest of Mount Cabot
> Time to nearest city: 3 hours, 10 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 44°32’15″N, 71°26’45″W

Source: Courtesy of NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife

30. New Jersey
> Middle of nowhere: Eastern shoreline of Egg Island Fish and Wildlife
> Time to nearest city: 1 hours, 22 minutes
> GPS coordinates: 39°11’44.0″N 75°07’41.7″W

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