List of New England Hundred Highest

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The New England Hundred Highest is a list of the hundred highest summits in New England, used in the mountaineering sport of peak bagging. The list is a superset of the New England Four-thousand footers, with the same requirement that each included peak must have 200 feet (61 meters) of topographic prominence ("optimistic" prominence, equivalent to 160 ft (49 m) of "clean" prominence).

The order and elevation figures are those listed on the official list; other sources may differ.

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Rank Name State Elevation
1 Mount Washington New Hampshire   6,288 ft (1,917 m)  
2 Mount Adams New Hampshire 5,774 ft (1,760 m)
3 Mount Jefferson New Hampshire 5,712 ft (1,741 m)
4 Mount Monroe New Hampshire 5,384 ft (1,641 m)
5 Mount Madison New Hampshire 5,367 ft (1,636 m)
6 Katahdin, Baxter Peak Maine 5,268 ft (1,606 m)
7 Mount Lafayette New Hampshire 5,249 ft (1,600 m)
8 Mount Lincoln New Hampshire 5,089 ft (1,551 m)
9 South Twin Mountain New Hampshire 4,902 ft (1,494 m)
10 Carter Dome New Hampshire 4,832 ft (1,473 m)
11 Mount Moosilauke New Hampshire 4,802 ft (1,464 m)
12 Mount Eisenhower New Hampshire 4,780 ft[1] (1,460 m)
13 North Twin Mountain New Hampshire 4,761 ft (1,451 m)
14 Katahdin, Hamlin Peak Maine 4,756 ft (1,450 m)
15 Mount Carrigain New Hampshire 4,700 ft[1] (1,435 m)
16 Mount Bond New Hampshire 4,698 ft (1,432 m)
17 Middle Carter Mountain New Hampshire 4,610 ft[1] (1,405 m)
18 West Bond New Hampshire 4,540 ft[1] (1,385 m)
19 Mount Garfield New Hampshire 4,500 ft[1] (1,370 m)
20 Mount Liberty New Hampshire 4,459 ft (1,359 m)
21 South Carter Mountain New Hampshire 4,430 ft[1] (1,350 m)
22 Wildcat Mountain, "A" Peak New Hampshire 4,422 ft (1,348 m)
23 Mount Hancock New Hampshire 4,420 ft[1] (1,345 m)
24 Mount Mansfield Vermont 4,393 ft (1,339 m)
25 Kinsman Mountain, South Peak New Hampshire 4,358 ft (1,328 m)
26 Mount Field New Hampshire 4,340 ft[1] (1,325 m)
27 Mount Osceola New Hampshire 4,340 ft[1] (1,325 m)
28 Mount Flume New Hampshire 4,328 ft (1,319 m)
29 Mount Hancock, South Peak New Hampshire 4,319 ft (1,316 m)
30 Mount Pierce New Hampshire 4,310 ft (1,314 m)
31 Kinsman Mountain, North Peak New Hampshire 4,293 ft (1,309 m)
32 Mount Willey New Hampshire 4,285 ft (1,306 m)
33 Bondcliff New Hampshire 4,265 ft (1,300 m)
34 Mount Zealand New Hampshire 4,260 ft[1] (1,300 m)
35 Sugarloaf Mountain Maine 4,250 ft[1] (1,295 m)
36 Killington Peak Vermont 4,235 ft (1,291 m)
37 Crocker Mountain Maine 4,228 ft (1,289 m)
38 Mount Tripyramid, North Peak New Hampshire 4,180 ft[1] (1,275 m)
39 Mount Cabot New Hampshire 4,170 ft[1] (1,270 m)
40 Old Speck Mountain Maine 4,170 ft[1] (1,270 m)
41 East Osceola New Hampshire 4,156 ft (1,267 m)
42 North Brother Maine 4,151 ft (1,265 m)
43 Mount Bigelow, West Peak Maine 4,145 ft (1,263 m)
44 Mount Tripyramid, Middle Peak New Hampshire 4,140 ft[1] (1,260 m)
45 Saddleback Mountain Maine 4,120 ft (1,256 m)
46 Cannon Mountain New Hampshire 4,100 ft[1] (1,250 m)
47 Mount Bigelow, Avery Peak Maine 4,090 ft[1] (1,245 m)
48 Camel's Hump Vermont 4,083 ft (1,244 m)
49 Mount Ellen Vermont 4,083 ft (1,244 m)
50 Mount Hale New Hampshire 4,054 ft (1,236 m)
51 Mount Jackson New Hampshire 4,052 ft (1,235 m)
52 Mount Tom New Hampshire 4,051 ft (1,235 m)
53 Mount Abraham Maine 4,050 ft[1] (1,235 m)
54 South Crocker Mountain Maine 4,050 ft[1] (1,235 m)
55 Wildcat Mountain, "D" Peak New Hampshire 4,050 ft[1] (1,235 m)
56 Mount Moriah New Hampshire 4,049 ft (1,234 m)
57 Mount Passaconaway New Hampshire 4,043 ft (1,232 m)
58 Owl's Head New Hampshire 4,025 ft (1,227 m)
59 Galehead Mountain New Hampshire 4,024 ft (1,227 m)
60 Saddleback Horn Maine 4,023 ft (1,226 m)
61 Mount Whiteface New Hampshire 4,020 ft[1] (1,225 m)
62 Mount Redington Maine 4,010 ft[1] (1,220 m)
63 Spaulding Mountain Maine 4,010 ft[1] (1,220 m)
64 Mount Abraham Vermont 4,006 ft (1,221 m)
65 Mount Waumbek New Hampshire 4,006 ft (1,221 m)
66 Mount Isolation New Hampshire 4,004 ft (1,220 m)
67 Mount Tecumseh New Hampshire 4,003 ft (1,220 m)
68 Sandwich Mountain New Hampshire 3,980 ft[1] (1,215 m)
69 South Brother Maine 3,970 ft (1,210 m)
70 Snow Mountain Maine 3,960 ft (1,207 m)
71 Pico Peak Vermont 3,957 ft (1,206 m)
72 The Bulge New Hampshire 3,950 ft[1] (1,205 m)
73 Stratton Mountain Vermont 3,940 ft (1,201 m)
74 Mount Nancy New Hampshire 3,926 ft (1,197 m)
75 The Horn New Hampshire 3,905 ft (1,190 m)
76 Mount Weeks New Hampshire 3,901 ft (1,189 m)
77 South Weeks New Hampshire 3,885 ft (1,184 m)
78 Goose Eye Mountain Maine 3,870 ft[1] (1,180 m)
79 Vose Spur New Hampshire 3,862 ft (1,177 m)
80 Fort Mountain Maine 3,861 ft (1,177 m)
81 Jay Peak Vermont 3,858 ft (1,176 m)
82 White Cap Mountain Maine 3,856 ft (1,175 m)
83 "Boundary Peak"[2] Maine 3,855 ft (1,175 m)
84 Equinox Mountain Vermont 3,850 ft[1] (1,175 m)
85 Mendon Peak Vermont 3,850 ft[1] (1,175 m)
86 The Sleepers, East Peak New Hampshire 3,840 ft[1] (1,170 m)
87 Bread Loaf Mountain Vermont 3,835 ft (1,169 m)
88 "Nubble Peak"[3] New Hampshire 3,813 ft (1,162 m)
89 Mount Bigelow, South Horn Maine 3,805 ft (1,160 m)
90 Mount Coe Maine 3,795 ft (1,157 m)
91 East Kennebago Mountain Maine 3,791 ft (1,155 m)
92 Mount Wilson Vermont 3,790 ft[1] (1,155 m)
93 Big Jay Vermont 3,786 ft (1,154 m)
94 Snow Mountain Maine 3,784 ft (1,153 m)
95 Baldpate Mountain Maine 3,780 ft[1] (1,150 m)
96 Kennebago Divide Maine 3,775 ft (1,151 m)
97 Scar Ridge New Hampshire 3,774 ft (1,151 m)
98 Elephant Mountain Maine 3,772 ft (1,150 m)
99 Dorset Mountain Vermont 3,770 ft[1] (1,150 m)
100 The Cannon Balls, NE Peak New Hampshire 3,769 ft (1,149 m)

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Elevation estimated, by adding half of the contour interval to the highest contour line. Metric conversions are rounded to nearest 5 metres.
  2. ^ This peak on the Maine-Quebec border has no official name.
  3. ^ This peak has no official name. The unofficial name references a rocky subpeak to the northwest, the Nubble, elevation 2,713 ft, which is also called Haystack Mountain. Nubble Peak is also known by the more accurate but longer name "Peak above the Nubble" or confused with the subpeak and simply called "The Nubble".

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