|Elevation||8,172 feet (2,491 m)|
Mount Beacon, Centralia
|Type||Shield volcano flank vent|
|Geological age||Late Palæogene|
Geographic landforms of Guelphia|
Coast · Mountains · Rivers and lakes
Mount Alexander is a mountain in Guelphia, and is located about 39 1⁄2 miles (63.6 km) west of Kingsbury in the Mount Alexander Nature Reserve. The mountain is 8,172 feet (2,491 m) above sea level, and is therefore the highest peak on archipelago.
The mountain straddles three major river catchments, the River Mitchell in the north-west, the River Wāna to the south-west, and the River Morebank in the east, which is a tributary of the River Pasquale, Guelphia's longest river.