The Border Map of USA shares land borders with Canada and Mexico and maritime borders with Russia, Cuba, the Bahamas, and other countries. The United States and Canada’s land border is the world’s longest international border. It has a total area of 8,891 kilometers (5,525 mi), of which 2,475 kilometers (1,538 mi) is the border of Alaska with British Columbia and Yukon. Mexico–United States border has a total length of 3,145 kilometers (1,954 mi).
There are 13 states that share a border with Canada Map. With 1,538 miles (2,475 km), Alaska shares the longest border. Pennsylvania with 42 miles (68 kilometers) shares the smallest length of the border. The United States shares a Border Map with eight provinces or territories in Canada. Ontario province in east-central Canada shares the longest portion of the border with 1,715 miles (2,760 km).
The western province of Alberta shares the shortest length of the border with the United States at 185 miles (298 km).
Map of USA And Canada Border
Length of Boundary Map Of The USA With Canada
|Rank||State||Length of the border with Canada||Rank||Province/Territory||Length of the border with the U.S.|
|1||Alaska||2,475 km (1,538 mi)||1||Ontario||2,760 km (1,715 mi)|
|2||Michigan||1,160 km (721 mi)||2||British Columbia||2,168 km (1,347 mi)|
|3||Maine||983 km (611 mi)||3||Yukon||1,210 km (752 mi)|
|4||Minnesota||880 km (547 mi)||4||Quebec||813 km (505 mi)|
|5||Montana||877 km (545 mi)||5||Saskatchewan||632 km (393 mi)|
|6||New York||716 km (445 mi)||6||New Brunswick||513 km (318 mi)|
|7||Washington||687 km (427 mi)||7||Manitoba||497 km (309 mi)|
|8||North Dakota||499 km (310 mi)||8||Alberta||298 km (185 mi)|
|9||Ohio||235 km (146 mi)|
|10||Vermont||145 km (90 mi)|
|11||New Hampshire||93 km (58 mi)|
|12||Idaho||72 km (45 mi)|
|13||Pennsylvania||68 km (42 mi)|
✅Political Boundary Between US and Canada?
The Canada–United States land boundary is the longest in the world at 6,435 kilometers (3,999 miles). It begins in the outlet of the Passamaquoddy Bay in the Atlantic Ocean and ends in the west where the Strait of Juan de Fuca meets the Pacific Ocean. The boundary is marked by over 8,000 monuments and traverses across the Great Lakes, ten American states, seven Canadian provinces and one territory.
The initial boundary delimitation agreement, signed in 1783 by the United Kingdom and United States, is also the Peace Treaty that ended the American Revolutionary War. From then, the boundary underwent multiple changes as the United States expanded westward and was eventually finalized and demarcated in 1925. A permanent International Boundary Commission was also established, which continues to update, maintain, and settle any disputes along the expansive border.