Degree Confluences

These are degree confluence visits that I have attempted. A degree confluence is where the latitude and longitude are both perfect integers.

Unfortunately, I am quite slow to write up the reports for my confluence visits, so they take a while to get posted to The Degree Confluence Project web site. Italics indicate trips I still need to write up.

I was interviewed in 2003 for a story by the Los Angeles Times about confluencing.

Successfully visited degree confluences


S38 E146 – East of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

S37 E144 – Northwest of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

N38 W81 – in Babcock State Park, West Virginia, USA


N38 W120 – East of Tuolumne, California (near Yosemite)


N41 W76 – North of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, USA


N41 W78 – West of Snow Shoe, Pennsylvania, USA


N41 W79 – North of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, USA


N43 W74 – North of Schenectady, New York, USA


N43 W75 – Southeast of Utica, New York, USA


N43 W76 – Southeast of Syracuse, New York, USA


N44 W73 – East of Middlebury, Vermont, USA


N44 W75 – Five Ponds Wilderness, Adirondacks, New York, USA


N44 W92 – Southeast of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA


N44 W94 – Southwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA


N45 W74 – Near Québec/New York border, Canada


N46 W70 – Northwestern Maine, USA


N46 W71 – South of Québec City, Québec, Canada


N46 W72 – North of Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada


N46 W73 – Northeast of Montréal, Québec, Canada


N46 W92 – Northeast of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA


N46 W94 – Northwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA


N51 0 – South of London, England, UK


N51 W01 – North of Portsmouth, England, UK


N51 W02 – Southwest of Salisbury, England, UK


N51 W03 – East of Taunton, England, UK


N51 W04 – Southeast of Barnstaple, England, UK

Failed attempts

N4 E102 – Northeast of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I also like to use my GPS for visiting geocaches.

The Cyborger reports that T.A.L.E is an acronym for Transforming Android Limited to Exploration.


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