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About the Gardner Pinnacless

General information, a photo,and an introduction to the Gardner Pinnacles in the Northwest Hawaiian Islands
Gardner Pinnacles in the Northwest Hawaiian Islands

Photo Credit: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Introduction to the Gardner Pinnacles
The Gardner pinnacles are two outcroppings of volcanic rock situated between the French Frigate Shoals and the Maro Reef in the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. The pinnacles total about 5 acres of land, making them one of the smallest of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands.

Facts About the Gardner Pinnacles
ENGLISH NAME: Gardner Pinnacles
HAWAIIAN NAME: Puhahonu
LARGER PINNACLE: 55 meters high, 180 meters in diameter
SMALLER PINNACLE: 100 meters northwest of larger pinnacle
LONGITUDE: 168 degrees 05 minutes W
LATTITUDE: 25 degrees 02 minutes N
ISLAND GROUP: Northwest Hawaiian Islands
COUNTY: Honolulu County
STATE: Hawaii
COUNTRY: United States of America

Location of the Gardner Pinnacles
The Garner Pinnacles are located nearly 600 miles northwest of Oahu Island about 108 miles northwest of the French Frigate Shoals.

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