List of Ultras of the United States

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Denali (formerly Mount McKinley) in Alaska is the highest mountain peak of the United States of America and all of North America. Denali is the third most topographically prominent summit on Earth after Mount Everest and Aconcagua.

The following sortable table lists the 126 ultra-prominent mountain peaks of the United States. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.

Topographic elevation is the vertical distance above the reference geoid, a mathematical model of the Earth's sea level as an equipotential gravitational surface. The topographic prominence of a summit is the elevation difference between that summit and the highest or key col to a higher summit. The topographic isolation of a summit is the minimum great-circle distance to a point of equal elevation.

This article defines a significant summit as a summit with at least 100 meters (328.1 feet) of topographic prominence, and a major summit as a summit with at least 500 meters (1640 feet) of topographic prominence. The following 126 ultra-prominent summits have at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.

All elevations in the 48 states of the contiguous United States include an elevation adjustment from the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29) to the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 88). For further information, please see this United States National Geodetic Survey note.

Denali is one of only three summits on Earth with more than 6000 meters (19,685 feet) of topographic prominence. Three summits of the United States exceed 4000 meters (13,123 feet), six exceed 3500 meters (11,483 feet), ten exceed 3000 meters (9843 feet), 19 exceed 2500 meters (8202 feet), 45 exceed 2000 meters (6562 feet), the following 126 ultra-prominent summits exceed 1500 meters (4921 feet), and 258 major summits exceed 1000 meters (3281 feet) of topographic prominence.

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Of the following 126 ultra-prominent peaks, 63 are located in Alaska, 9 in California, 8 in Nevada, 8 in Utah, 7 in Washington, 6 in Hawaii, 5 in Arizona, 4 in Oregon, 4 in Montana, 3 in Colorado, 3 in Wyoming, 2 in Idaho, and one each in New Hampshire, North Carolina, and New Mexico.

The 126 ultra-prominent mountain peaks of the United States

Rank Mountain Peak State Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Denali[1][2][3]
(Mount McKinley)
 Alaska Alaska Range 20,310 ft
6190.5 m
20,146 ft
6141 m
4,630 mi
7,451 km
63°04′08″N 151°00′23″W / 63.0690°N 151.0063°W / 63.0690; -151.0063 (Denali)
2 Mauna Kea[4][5][6][7]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,803 ft
4207.3 m
13,803 ft
4207 m
2,453 mi
3,947 km
19°49′15″N 155°28′05″W / 19.8207°N 155.4681°W / 19.8207; -155.4681 (Mauna Kea)
3 Mount Rainier[8][9][10][11]  Washington Cascade Range 14,417 ft
4394 m
13,210 ft
4026 m
731 mi
1,177 km
46°51′10″N 121°45′37″W / 46.8529°N 121.7604°W / 46.8529; -121.7604 (Mount Rainier)
4 Mount Fairweather[12][13][14]
(Fairweather Mountain)
 Alaska
 British Columbia
Saint Elias Mountains 15,325 ft
4671 m
12,995 ft
3961 m
124.7 mi
201 km
58°54′23″N 137°31′35″W / 58.9064°N 137.5265°W / 58.9064; -137.5265 (Mount Fairweather)
5 Mount Blackburn[15][16][17][18]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 16,390 ft
4996 m
11,640 ft
3548 m
60.7 mi
97.6 km
61°43′50″N 143°24′11″W / 61.7305°N 143.4031°W / 61.7305; -143.4031 (Mount Blackburn)
6 Mount Hayes[19][20][21]  Alaska Alaska Range 13,832 ft
4216 m
11,507 ft
3507 m
127.2 mi
205 km
63°37′13″N 146°43′04″W / 63.6203°N 146.7178°W / 63.6203; -146.7178 (Mount Hayes)
7 Mount Saint Elias[22][23][24]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 18,009 ft
5489 m
11,250 ft
3429 m
25.6 mi
41.3 km
60°17′34″N 140°55′51″W / 60.2927°N 140.9307°W / 60.2927; -140.9307 (Mount Saint Elias)
8 Mount Marcus Baker[25][26][27]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 13,176 ft
4016 m
10,751 ft
3277 m
126.8 mi
204 km
61°26′15″N 147°45′09″W / 61.4374°N 147.7525°W / 61.4374; -147.7525 (Mount Marcus Baker)
9 Mount Whitney[28][29][30][31]  California Sierra Nevada 14,505 ft
4421.0 m
10,080 ft
3072 m
1,647 mi
2,651 km
36°34′43″N 118°17′31″W / 36.5786°N 118.2920°W / 36.5786; -118.2920 (Mount Whitney)
10 Haleakalā[32][33][34]  Hawaii Island of Maui 10,023 ft
3055 m
10,023 ft
3055 m
75.4 mi
121.4 km
20°42′35″N 156°15′12″W / 20.7097°N 156.2533°W / 20.7097; -156.2533 (Haleakalā)
11 Mount Shasta[35][36][37][38]  California Cascade Range 14,179 ft
4321.8 m
9,772 ft
2979 m
335 mi
539 km
41°24′33″N 122°11′42″W / 41.4092°N 122.1949°W / 41.4092; -122.1949 (Mount Shasta)
12 Shishaldin Volcano[39][40][41]  Alaska Unimak Island 9,414 ft
2869 m
9,414 ft
2869 m
545 mi
877 km
54°45′19″N 163°58′15″W / 54.7554°N 163.9709°W / 54.7554; -163.9709 (Shishaldin Volcano)
13 Redoubt Volcano[42][43][44]  Alaska Chigmit Mountains 10,197 ft
3108 m
9,147 ft
2788 m
58.7 mi
94.5 km
60°29′07″N 152°44′39″W / 60.4854°N 152.7442°W / 60.4854; -152.7442 (Redoubt Volcano)
14 Mount Elbert[45][46][47][48]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,440 ft
4401.2 m
9,093 ft
2772 m
671 mi
1,079 km
39°07′04″N 106°26′43″W / 39.1178°N 106.4454°W / 39.1178; -106.4454 (Mount Elbert)
15 Mount Baker[49][50][51][52]  Washington Skagit Range 10,786 ft
3287 m
8,845 ft
2696 m
132.2 mi
213 km
48°46′36″N 121°48′52″W / 48.7768°N 121.8145°W / 48.7768; -121.8145 (Mount Baker)
16 Mount Torbert[53][54][55]  Alaska Alaska Range 11,413 ft
3479 m
8,688 ft
2648 m
97.8 mi
157.3 km
61°24′31″N 152°24′45″W / 61.4086°N 152.4125°W / 61.4086; -152.4125 (Mount Torbert)
17 San Jacinto Peak[56][57][58][59]  California San Jacinto Mountains 10,834 ft
3302.3 m
8,339 ft
2542 m
20.6 mi
33.2 km
33°48′53″N 116°40′46″W / 33.8147°N 116.6794°W / 33.8147; -116.6794 (San Jacinto Peak)
18 San Gorgonio Mountain[60][61][62][63]  California San Bernardino Mountains 11,503 ft
3506 m
8,294 ft
2528 m
162.8 mi
262 km
34°05′57″N 116°49′30″W / 34.0992°N 116.8249°W / 34.0992; -116.8249 (San Gorgonio Mountain)
19 Charleston Peak[64][65][66][67]
(Mount Charleston)
 Nevada Spring Mountains 11,916 ft
3632.0 m
8,258 ft
2517 m
135.3 mi
218 km
36°16′18″N 115°41′44″W / 36.2716°N 115.6956°W / 36.2716; -115.6956 (Charleston Peak)
20 Pavlof Volcano[68][69][70]  Alaska Alaska Peninsula 8,250 ft
2515 m
8,200 ft
2499 m
94.3 mi
151.8 km
55°25′02″N 161°53′36″W / 55.4173°N 161.8932°W / 55.4173; -161.8932 (Pavlof Volcano)
Mount Veniaminof[71][72]  Alaska Alaska Peninsula 8,225 ft
2507 m
8,200 ft
2499 m
210 mi
337 km
56°13′10″N 159°17′51″W / 56.2194°N 159.2975°W / 56.2194; -159.2975 (Mount Veniaminof)
22 Mount Adams[73][74][75]  Washington Cascade Range 12,281 ft
3743.4 m
8,136 ft
2480 m
46.0 mi
74.1 km
46°12′09″N 121°29′27″W / 46.2024°N 121.4909°W / 46.2024; -121.4909 (Mount Adams)
23 Mount Hubbard[76][77]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 14,951 ft
4557 m
8,061 ft
2457 m
21.3 mi
34.4 km
60°19′10″N 139°04′21″W / 60.3194°N 139.0726°W / 60.3194; -139.0726 (Mount Hubbard)
24 Mount Isto[78][79][80]  Alaska Brooks Range 8,976 ft
2736 m
7,901 ft
2408 m
394 mi
634 km
69°12′09″N 143°48′07″W / 69.2025°N 143.8020°W / 69.2025; -143.8020 (Mount Isto)
25 Iliamna Volcano[81][82]  Alaska Chigmit Mountains 10,016 ft
3053 m
7,866 ft
2398 m
33.6 mi
54.1 km
60°01′56″N 153°05′29″W / 60.0321°N 153.0915°W / 60.0321; -153.0915 (Iliamna Volcano)
26 Mount Olympus[83][84][85][86]  Washington Olympic Mountains 7,980 ft
2432.3 m
7,838 ft
2389 m
108.0 mi
173.8 km
47°48′05″N 123°42′39″W / 47.8013°N 123.7108°W / 47.8013; -123.7108 (Mount Olympus)
27 Mount Cook[87][88]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 13,760 ft
4194 m
7,710 ft
2350 m
14.54 mi
23.4 km
60°10′54″N 139°58′52″W / 60.1816°N 139.9811°W / 60.1816; -139.9811 (Mount Cook)
28 Mount Hood[89][90][91][92]  Oregon Cascade Range 11,249 ft
3428.8 m
7,706 ft
2349 m
57.6 mi
92.8 km
45°22′25″N 121°41′45″W / 45.3735°N 121.6959°W / 45.3735; -121.6959 (Mount Hood)
29 Mount Sanford[93][94]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 16,237 ft
4949 m
7,687 ft
2343 m
40.3 mi
64.8 km
62°12′48″N 144°07′45″W / 62.2132°N 144.1292°W / 62.2132; -144.1292 (Mount Sanford)
30 Mount Tom White[95][96]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 11,191 ft
3411 m
7,641 ft
2329 m
73.0 mi
117.6 km
60°39′06″N 143°41′50″W / 60.6518°N 143.6972°W / 60.6518; -143.6972 (Mount Tom White)
31 Wheeler Peak[97][98][99][100]  Nevada Snake Range 13,065 ft
3982.3 m
7,568 ft
2307 m
232 mi
373 km
38°59′09″N 114°18′50″W / 38.9858°N 114.3139°W / 38.9858; -114.3139 (Wheeler Peak)
32 Glacier Peak[101][102][103][104]  Washington Cascade Range 10,545 ft
3214 m
7,518 ft
2291 m
56.1 mi
90.3 km
48°06′45″N 121°06′50″W / 48.1125°N 121.1138°W / 48.1125; -121.1138 (Glacier Peak)
33 Mount Kimball[105][106][107]  Alaska Alaska Range 10,350 ft
3155 m
7,425 ft
2263 m
55.8 mi
89.8 km
63°14′20″N 144°38′31″W / 63.2390°N 144.6419°W / 63.2390; -144.6419 (Mount Kimball)
34 Mount Griggs[108][109]  Alaska Alaska Peninsula 7,650 ft
2332 m
7,300 ft
2225 m
136.3 mi
219 km
58°21′12″N 155°05′45″W / 58.3534°N 155.0958°W / 58.3534; -155.0958 (Mount Griggs)
35 Mount Foraker[110][111]  Alaska Alaska Range 17,400 ft
5304 m
7,250 ft
2210 m
14.27 mi
23.0 km
62°57′37″N 151°23′59″W / 62.9604°N 151.3998°W / 62.9604; -151.3998 (Mount Foraker)
36 White Mountain Peak[112][113][114][115]  California White Mountains 14,252 ft
4344.0 m
7,196 ft
2193 m
67.5 mi
108.7 km
37°38′03″N 118°15′21″W / 37.6341°N 118.2557°W / 37.6341; -118.2557 (White Mountain Peak)
37 Mount Crillon[116][117]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 12,726 ft
3879 m
7,176 ft
2187 m
19.52 mi
31.4 km
58°39′45″N 137°10′16″W / 58.6625°N 137.1712°W / 58.6625; -137.1712 (Mount Crillon)
38 Mauna Loa[118][119][120]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,679 ft
4169 m
7,099 ft
2164 m
25.2 mi
40.6 km
19°28′32″N 155°36′19″W / 19.4756°N 155.6054°W / 19.4756; -155.6054 (Mauna Loa)
39 Cloud Peak[121][122][123][124]  Wyoming Bighorn Mountains 13,167 ft
4013.3 m
7,077 ft
2157 m
145.0 mi
233 km
44°22′56″N 107°10′26″W / 44.3821°N 107.1739°W / 44.3821; -107.1739 (Cloud Peak)
40 Gannett Peak[125][126][127][128]  Wyoming Wind River Range 13,809 ft
4209.1 m
7,076 ft
2157 m
291 mi
468 km
43°11′03″N 109°39′15″W / 43.1842°N 109.6542°W / 43.1842; -109.6542 (Gannett Peak)
41 Mount Vsevidof[129][130][131]  Alaska Umnak Island 7,051 ft
2149 m
7,051 ft
2149 m
223 mi
359 km
53°07′32″N 168°41′38″W / 53.1256°N 168.6938°W / 53.1256; -168.6938 (Mount Vsevidof)
42 Mount Hesperus[132][133][134]  Alaska Alaska Range 9,828 ft
2996 m
6,978 ft
2127 m
58.1 mi
93.5 km
61°48′13″N 154°08′49″W / 61.8036°N 154.1469°W / 61.8036; -154.1469 (Mount Hesperus)
43 Mount Bona[135][136][137]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 16,550 ft
5044 m
6,900 ft
2103 m
49.7 mi
80.0 km
61°23′08″N 141°44′58″W / 61.3856°N 141.7495°W / 61.3856; -141.7495 (Mount Bona)
44 Mount Drum[138][139]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 12,010 ft
3661 m
6,760 ft
2060 m
17.73 mi
28.5 km
62°06′57″N 144°38′22″W / 62.1159°N 144.6394°W / 62.1159; -144.6394 (Mount Drum)
45 Mount Chiginagak[140][141]  Alaska Aleutian Range 6,925 ft
2111 m
6,675 ft
2035 m
97.7 mi
157.2 km
57°08′00″N 156°59′28″W / 57.1334°N 156.9912°W / 57.1334; -156.9912 (Mount Chiginagak)
46 Grand Teton[142][143][144][145]  Wyoming Teton Range 13,775 ft
4198.7 m
6,545 ft
1995 m
69.4 mi
111.6 km
43°44′28″N 110°48′09″W / 43.7412°N 110.8024°W / 43.7412; -110.8024 (Grand Teton)
47 Sacajawea Peak[146][147][148][149]  Oregon Wallowa Mountains 9,843 ft
3000 m
6,393 ft
1949 m
125.6 mi
202 km
45°14′42″N 117°17′34″W / 45.2450°N 117.2929°W / 45.2450; -117.2929 (Sacajawea Peak)
48 Mount Neacola[150][151][152]  Alaska Aleutian Range 9,426 ft
2873 m
6,376 ft
1943 m
31.0 mi
49.9 km
60°47′53″N 153°23′45″W / 60.7981°N 153.3959°W / 60.7981; -153.3959 (Mount Neacola)
49 Kings Peak[153][154][155][156]  Utah Uinta Mountains 13,534 ft
4125 m
6,358 ft
1938 m
166.7 mi
268 km
40°46′35″N 110°22′22″W / 40.7763°N 110.3729°W / 40.7763; -110.3729 (Kings Peak)
50 Mount Graham[157][158][159][160]  Arizona Pinaleño Mountains 10,724 ft
3268.6 m
6,340 ft
1932 m
82.5 mi
132.7 km
32°42′06″N 109°52′17″W / 32.7017°N 109.8714°W / 32.7017; -109.8714 (Mount Graham)
51 Mount Douglas[161][162]  Alaska Alaska Peninsula 7,050 ft
2149 m
6,300 ft
1920 m
42.9 mi
69.0 km
58°51′35″N 153°32′07″W / 58.8598°N 153.5353°W / 58.8598; -153.5353 (Mount Douglas)
52 Mount San Antonio[163][164][165][166]  California San Gabriel Mountains 10,068 ft
3069 m
6,244 ft
1903 m
42.6 mi
68.5 km
34°17′21″N 117°38′47″W / 34.2891°N 117.6463°W / 34.2891; -117.6463 (Mount San Antonio)
53 Kichatna Spire[167][168]  Alaska Alaska Range 8,985 ft
2739 m
6,235 ft
1900 m
37.3 mi
60.0 km
62°25′23″N 152°43′23″W / 62.4231°N 152.7231°W / 62.4231; -152.7231 (Kichatna Spire)
54 De Long Peak[169]
(Peak 8084)
 Alaska Chugach Mountains 8,084 ft
2464 m
6,234 ft
1900 m
43.1 mi
69.3 km
60°49′48″N 145°08′01″W / 60.8299°N 145.1335°W / 60.8299; -145.1335 (De Long Peak)
55 Telescope Peak[170][171][172][173]  California Panamint Range 11,043 ft
3366 m
6,188 ft
1886 m
57.7 mi
92.9 km
36°10′11″N 117°05′21″W / 36.1698°N 117.0892°W / 36.1698; -117.0892 (Telescope Peak)
56 Mount Peale[174][175][176][177]  Utah La Sal Mountains 12,726 ft
3879 m
6,181 ft
1884 m
73.2 mi
117.8 km
38°26′19″N 109°13′45″W / 38.4385°N 109.2292°W / 38.4385; -109.2292 (Mount Peale)
Pogromni Volcano[178][179][180]  Alaska Unimak Island 6,531 ft
1991 m
6,181 ft
1884 m
31.7 mi
50.9 km
54°34′14″N 164°41′33″W / 54.5705°N 164.6926°W / 54.5705; -164.6926 (Pogromni Volcano)
58 Dewey Peak[181][182]
(Peak 8010)
 Alaska Chugach Mountains 8,010 ft
2441 m
6,160 ft
1878 m
25.3 mi
40.7 km
61°09′38″N 144°48′46″W / 61.1605°N 144.8129°W / 61.1605; -144.8129 (Dewey Peak)
59 Mount Washington[183][184][185][186][187]  New Hampshire White Mountains 6,288 ft
1917 m
6,158 ft
1877 m
820 mi
1,319 km
44°16′14″N 71°18′12″W / 44.2705°N 71.3032°W / 44.2705; -71.3032 (Mount Washington)
60 Mount Igikpak[188][189][190]  Alaska Brooks Range 8,276 ft
2523 m
6,126 ft
1867 m
282 mi
453 km
67°24′46″N 154°57′56″W / 67.4129°N 154.9656°W / 67.4129; -154.9656 (Mount Igikpak)
61 Snow Tower[191][192]  Alaska Coast Mountains 6,572 ft
2003 m
6,122 ft
1866 m
10.12 mi
16.28 km
58°10′21″N 133°24′03″W / 58.1724°N 133.4009°W / 58.1724; -133.4009 (Snow Tower)
62 Mount Mitchell[193][194][195][196]  North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains 6,684 ft
2037 m
6,092 ft
1857 m
1,189 mi
1,914 km
35°45′54″N 82°15′54″W / 35.7649°N 82.2651°W / 35.7649; -82.2651 (Mount Mitchell)
63 Truuli Peak[197][198][199]  Alaska Kenai Mountains 6,612 ft
2015 m
6,062 ft
1848 m
88.9 mi
143.1 km
59°54′46″N 150°26′05″W / 59.9129°N 150.4348°W / 59.9129; -150.4348 (Truuli Peak)
64 Humphreys Peak[200][201][202][203]  Arizona San Francisco Peaks 12,637 ft
3852 m
6,039 ft
1841 m
246 mi
396 km
35°20′47″N 111°40′41″W / 35.3464°N 111.6780°W / 35.3464; -111.6780 (Humphreys Peak)
65 Borah Peak[204][205][206][207]  Idaho Lost River Range 12,668 ft
3861.2 m
6,002 ft
1829 m
150.8 mi
243 km
44°08′15″N 113°46′52″W / 44.1374°N 113.7811°W / 44.1374; -113.7811 (Borah Peak)
66 Mount Natazhat[208][209]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 13,435 ft
4095 m
5,985 ft
1824 m
15.49 mi
24.9 km
61°31′18″N 141°06′11″W / 61.5217°N 141.1030°W / 61.5217; -141.1030 (Mount Natazhat)
67 Hanagita Peak[210][211][212]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 8,504 ft
2592 m
5,954 ft
1815 m
22.0 mi
35.3 km
61°04′01″N 143°42′27″W / 61.0670°N 143.7075°W / 61.0670; -143.7075 (Hanagita Peak)
68 Tanaga Volcano[213][214][215]  Alaska Tanaga Island 5,925 ft
1806 m
5,925 ft
1806 m
408 mi
656 km
51°53′02″N 178°08′34″W / 51.8838°N 178.1429°W / 51.8838; -178.1429 (Tanaga Volcano)
69 Makushin Volcano[216][217][218]  Alaska Unalaska Island 5,905 ft
1800 m
5,905 ft
1800 m
83.1 mi
133.8 km
53°52′42″N 166°55′48″W / 53.8782°N 166.9299°W / 53.8782; -166.9299 (Makushin Volcano)
70 Sovereign Mountain[219][220][221]  Alaska Talkeetna Mountains 8,849 ft
2697 m
5,874 ft
1790 m
45.6 mi
73.5 km
62°07′52″N 148°36′16″W / 62.1311°N 148.6044°W / 62.1311; -148.6044 (Sovereign Mountain)
71 Mount Jefferson[222][223][224][225]  Nevada Toquima Range 11,946 ft
3641 m
5,871 ft
1789 m
98.9 mi
159.1 km
38°45′07″N 116°55′36″W / 38.7519°N 116.9267°W / 38.7519; -116.9267 (Mount Jefferson)
72 Mount Ellen[226][227][228][229]  Utah Henry Mountains 11,527 ft
3513 m
5,862 ft
1787 m
56.1 mi
90.3 km
38°06′32″N 110°48′49″W / 38.1089°N 110.8136°W / 38.1089; -110.8136 (Mount Ellen)
73 Isanotski Peaks[230][231]  Alaska Unimak Island 8,106 ft
2471 m
5,856 ft
1785 m
9.71 mi
15.62 km
54°46′05″N 163°43′45″W / 54.7680°N 163.7291°W / 54.7680; -163.7291 (Isanotski Peaks)
74 Deseret Peak[232][233]  Utah Stansbury Mountains 11,035 ft
3364 m
5,812 ft
1772 m
46.1 mi
74.2 km
40°27′34″N 112°37′35″W / 40.4595°N 112.6264°W / 40.4595; -112.6264 (Deseret Peak)
75 Mount Jefferson[234][235][236][237]  Oregon Cascade Range 10,502 ft
3201 m
5,797 ft
1767 m
48.3 mi
77.7 km
44°40′27″N 121°47′59″W / 44.6743°N 121.7996°W / 44.6743; -121.7996 (Mount Jefferson)
76 Isthmus Peak[238][239]  Alaska Kenai Mountains 6,532 ft
1991 m
5,782 ft
1762 m
32.3 mi
52.0 km
60°34′38″N 148°53′29″W / 60.5772°N 148.8915°W / 60.5772; -148.8915 (Isthmus Peak)
77 Frosty Peak[240][241]  Alaska Aleutian Range 5,803 ft
1769 m
5,753 ft
1754 m
35.4 mi
56.9 km
55°04′02″N 162°50′06″W / 55.0672°N 162.8351°W / 55.0672; -162.8351 (Frosty Peak)
78 Pilot Peak[242][243][244][245]  Nevada Pilot Range 10,720 ft
3267.6 m
5,731 ft
1747 m
53.9 mi
86.7 km
41°01′16″N 114°04′39″W / 41.0211°N 114.0774°W / 41.0211; -114.0774 (Pilot Peak)
79 Crazy Peak[246][247][248][249]  Montana Crazy Mountains 11,214 ft
3418 m
5,719 ft
1743 m
44.6 mi
71.8 km
46°01′05″N 110°16′36″W / 46.0181°N 110.2768°W / 46.0181; -110.2768 (Crazy Peak)
80 Great Sitkin Volcano[250][251][252]  Alaska Great Sitkin Island 5,710 ft
1740 m
5,710 ft
1740 m
87.8 mi
141.3 km
52°04′35″N 176°06′39″W / 52.0763°N 176.1108°W / 52.0763; -176.1108 (Great Sitkin Volcano)
81 Puʻu Kukui[253][254]  Hawaii Island of Maui 5,788 ft
1764 m
5,678 ft
1731 m
21.6 mi
34.8 km
20°53′25″N 156°35′11″W / 20.8904°N 156.5863°W / 20.8904; -156.5863 (Puʻu Kukui)
82 Mount Cleveland[255][256][257][258]  Alaska Chuginadak Island 5,675 ft
1730 m
5,675 ft
1730 m
56.3 mi
90.6 km
52°49′23″N 169°56′47″W / 52.8230°N 169.9465°W / 52.8230; -169.9465 (Mount Cleveland)
83 McDonald Peak[259][260][261][262]  Montana Mission Range 9,824 ft
2994 m
5,650 ft
1722 m
79.5 mi
127.9 km
47°22′57″N 113°55′09″W / 47.3826°N 113.9191°W / 47.3826; -113.9191 (McDonald Peak)
84 Mount Wrangell[263][264]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 14,163 ft
4317 m
5,613 ft
1711 m
14.79 mi
23.8 km
62°00′21″N 144°01′07″W / 62.0059°N 144.0187°W / 62.0059; -144.0187 (Mount Wrangell)
85 South Sister[265][266][267]  Oregon Cascade Range 10,363 ft
3158.5 m
5,593 ft
1705 m
39.4 mi
63.5 km
44°06′13″N 121°46′09″W / 44.1035°N 121.7693°W / 44.1035; -121.7693 (South Sister)
86 Devils Paw[268][269][270]  Alaska
 British Columbia
Coast Mountains 8,507 ft
2593 m
5,587 ft
1703 m
84.7 mi
136.3 km
58°43′44″N 133°50′25″W / 58.7289°N 133.8402°W / 58.7289; -133.8402 (Devils Paw)
87 Mount Seattle[271][272]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 10,350 ft
3155 m
5,561 ft
1695 m
11.97 mi
19.26 km
60°04′05″N 139°11′21″W / 60.0680°N 139.1893°W / 60.0680; -139.1893 (Mount Seattle)
88 Sierra Blanca Peak[273][274][275][276]  New Mexico Sacramento Mountains 11,981 ft
3651.8 m
5,553 ft
1693 m
165.9 mi
267 km
33°22′27″N 105°48′31″W / 33.3743°N 105.8087°W / 33.3743; -105.8087 (Sierra Blanca Peak)
89 Pikes Peak[277][278][279][280]  Colorado Front Range 14,115 ft
4302.31 m
5,530 ft
1686 m
60.8 mi
97.8 km
38°50′26″N 105°02′39″W / 38.8405°N 105.0442°W / 38.8405; -105.0442 (Pikes Peak)
90 Mount Russell[281][282]  Alaska Alaska Range 11,670 ft
3557 m
5,520 ft
1682 m
14.07 mi
22.7 km
62°47′54″N 151°53′04″W / 62.7984°N 151.8845°W / 62.7984; -151.8845 (Mount Russell)
91 Mount Nebo[283][284][285][286]  Utah Wasatch Range 11,933 ft
3637 m
5,508 ft
1679 m
75.6 mi
121.7 km
39°49′19″N 111°45′37″W / 39.8219°N 111.7603°W / 39.8219; -111.7603 (Mount Nebo)
92 Snowshoe Peak[287][288][289][290]  Montana Cabinet Mountains 8,743 ft
2665 m
5,438 ft
1658 m
83.1 mi
133.7 km
48°13′23″N 115°41′20″W / 48.2231°N 115.6890°W / 48.2231; -115.6890 (Snowshoe Peak)
93 North Schell Peak[291][292][293][294]  Nevada Schell Creek Range 11,895 ft
3625.6 m
5,413 ft
1650 m
23.5 mi
37.9 km
39°24′48″N 114°35′59″W / 39.4132°N 114.5997°W / 39.4132; -114.5997 (North Schell Peak)
94 Hayford Peak[295][296][297][298]  Nevada Sheep Range 9,924 ft
3024.9 m
5,412 ft
1650 m
34.0 mi
54.7 km
36°39′28″N 115°12′03″W / 36.6577°N 115.2008°W / 36.6577; -115.2008 (Hayford Peak)
95 Mount Foresta[299][300]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 11,050 ft
3368 m
5,400 ft
1646 m
12.51 mi
20.1 km
60°11′28″N 139°25′56″W / 60.1912°N 139.4323°W / 60.1912; -139.4323 (Mount Foresta)
Star Peak[301][302][303][304]  Nevada Humboldt Range 9,840 ft
2999.1 m
5,400 ft
1646 m
69.1 mi
111.2 km
40°31′21″N 118°10′15″W / 40.5224°N 118.1708°W / 40.5224; -118.1708 (Star Peak)
97 Veniaminof Peak[305][306][307]  Alaska Baranof Island 5,390 ft
1643 m
5,390 ft
1643 m
79.7 mi
128.3 km
57°00′54″N 134°59′18″W / 57.0151°N 134.9882°W / 57.0151; -134.9882 (Veniaminof Peak)
98 Flat Top Mountain[308][309][310][311]  Utah Oquirrh Mountains 10,624 ft
3238 m
5,383 ft
1641 m
23.8 mi
38.4 km
40°22′21″N 112°11′20″W / 40.3724°N 112.1888°W / 40.3724; -112.1888 (Flat Top Mountain)
99 Bearhole Peak[312][313][314]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 8,517 ft
2596 m
5,367 ft
1636 m
9.71 mi
15.62 km
60°55′42″N 142°31′25″W / 60.9283°N 142.5237°W / 60.9283; -142.5237 (Bearhole Peak)
100 Mount Steller[315][316]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 10,515 ft
3205 m
5,365 ft
1635 m
22.5 mi
36.2 km
60°31′12″N 143°05′36″W / 60.5199°N 143.0932°W / 60.5199; -143.0932 (Mount Steller)
101 Mount Stuart[317][318][319][320][321]  Washington Wenatchee Mountains 9,420 ft
2871 m
5,354 ft
1632 m
44.6 mi
71.8 km
47°28′30″N 120°54′09″W / 47.4751°N 120.9024°W / 47.4751; -120.9024 (Mount Stuart)
102 Blanca Peak[322][323][324][325]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Mountains 14,351 ft
4374 m
5,326 ft
1623 m
103.4 mi
166.4 km
37°34′39″N 105°29′08″W / 37.5775°N 105.4856°W / 37.5775; -105.4856 (Blanca Peak)
103 Mount Miller[326][327][328]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 10,750 ft
3277 m
5,300 ft
1615 m
40.3 mi
64.9 km
60°27′38″N 142°18′04″W / 60.4605°N 142.3012°W / 60.4605; -142.3012 (Mount Miller)
104 Carlisle Volcano[329][330][331][332]  Alaska Carlisle Island 5,283 ft
1610 m
5,283 ft
1610 m
6.64 mi
10.68 km
52°53′29″N 170°03′29″W / 52.8913°N 170.0580°W / 52.8913; -170.0580 (Carlisle Volcano)
105 Mount Timpanogos[333][334][335][336]  Utah Wasatch Range 11,752 ft
3582 m
5,279 ft
1609 m
39.7 mi
63.9 km
40°23′27″N 111°38′45″W / 40.3908°N 111.6459°W / 40.3908; -111.6459 (Mount Timpanogos)
106 Bashful Peak[337][338][339]  Alaska Chugach Mountains 8,005 ft
2440 m
5,275 ft
1608 m
22.1 mi
35.5 km
61°18′27″N 148°52′11″W / 61.3076°N 148.8697°W / 61.3076; -148.8697 (Bashful Peak)
107 Ibapah Peak[340][341][342][343]  Utah Deep Creek Range 12,092 ft
3686 m
5,267 ft
1605 m
61.3 mi
98.7 km
39°49′42″N 113°55′12″W / 39.8282°N 113.9200°W / 39.8282; -113.9200 (Ibapah Peak)
108 Mount Cleveland[344][345][346][347]  Montana Lewis Range 10,479 ft
3194 m
5,246 ft
1599 m
99.5 mi
160.1 km
48°55′30″N 113°50′54″W / 48.9249°N 113.8482°W / 48.9249; -113.8482 (Mount Cleveland)
109 Kawaikini[348][349][350]  Hawaii Island of Kauaʻi 5,243 ft
1598 m
5,243 ft
1598 m
203 mi
327 km
22°03′31″N 159°29′50″W / 22.0586°N 159.4973°W / 22.0586; -159.4973 (Kawaikini)
110 Tetlin Peak[351][352]  Alaska Alaska Range 8,365 ft
2550 m
5,240 ft
1597 m
25.5 mi
41.1 km
62°37′17″N 143°06′30″W / 62.6215°N 143.1084°W / 62.6215; -143.1084 (Tetlin Peak)
111 Arc Dome[353][354][355][356]  Nevada Toiyabe Range 11,778 ft
3590 m
5,233 ft
1595 m
23.1 mi
37.2 km
38°49′58″N 117°21′11″W / 38.8327°N 117.3531°W / 38.8327; -117.3531 (Arc Dome)
112 Lassen Peak[357][358][359]  California Cascade Range 10,462 ft
3188.7 m
5,229 ft
1594 m
71.6 mi
115.3 km
40°29′18″N 121°30′18″W / 40.4882°N 121.5050°W / 40.4882; -121.5050 (Lassen Peak)
113 Mount Deborah[360][361]  Alaska Alaska Range 12,339 ft
3761 m
5,189 ft
1582 m
16.08 mi
25.9 km
63°38′16″N 147°14′18″W / 63.6377°N 147.2384°W / 63.6377; -147.2384 (Mount Deborah)
114 Necons Peak[362][363]
(Peak 8336)
 Alaska Alaska Range 8,336 ft
2541 m
5,186 ft
1581 m
21.9 mi
35.3 km
61°06′45″N 153°28′08″W / 61.1125°N 153.4690°W / 61.1125; -153.4690 (Necons Peak)
115 Abercrombie Mountain[364][365][366]  Washington Columbia Mountains 7,312 ft
2229 m
5,178 ft
1578 m
14.06 mi
22.6 km
48°55′42″N 117°27′36″W / 48.9284°N 117.4600°W / 48.9284; -117.4600 (Abercrombie Mountain)
116 Mount Lemmon[367][368][369][370]  Arizona Santa Catalina Mountains 9,160 ft
2792 m
5,177 ft
1578 m
51.5 mi
82.9 km
32°26′35″N 110°47′19″W / 32.4430°N 110.7885°W / 32.4430; -110.7885 (Mount Lemmon)
117 Gareloi Volcano[371][372][373][374]  Alaska Gareloi Island 5,160 ft
1573 m
5,160 ft
1573 m
28.6 mi
46.1 km
51°47′17″N 178°47′38″W / 51.7880°N 178.7940°W / 51.7880; -178.7940 (Gareloi Volcano)
118 Chiricahua Peak[375][376][377][378]  Arizona Chiricahua Mountains 9,763 ft
2976 m
5,149 ft
1569 m
64.3 mi
103.6 km
31°50′44″N 109°17′28″W / 31.8456°N 109.2910°W / 31.8456; -109.2910 (Chiricahua Peak)
119 Stony Peak[379][380]
(Peak 8488)
 Alaska Alaska Range 8,488 ft
2587 m
5,138 ft
1566 m
11.92 mi
19.19 km
61°29′42″N 153°37′21″W / 61.4950°N 153.6224°W / 61.4950; -153.6224 (Stony Peak)
120 Mount Eddy[381][382][383][384]  California Klamath Mountains 9,037 ft
2754.6 m
5,125 ft
1562 m
14.58 mi
23.5 km
41°19′11″N 122°28′44″W / 41.3196°N 122.4790°W / 41.3196; -122.4790 (Mount Eddy)
121 Mount Augusta[385][386]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 14,070 ft
4289 m
5,082 ft
1549 m
14.41 mi
23.2 km
60°18′27″N 140°27′30″W / 60.3074°N 140.4584°W / 60.3074; -140.4584 (Mount Augusta)
122 Copper Peak[387][388]
(Peak 6915)
 Alaska Chugach Mountains 6,915 ft
2108 m
5,065 ft
1544 m
11.10 mi
17.87 km
61°19′47″N 144°57′36″W / 61.3297°N 144.9599°W / 61.3297; -144.9599 (Copper Peak)
123 Mount Bear[389][390]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 14,831 ft
4520 m
5,054 ft
1540 m
20.1 mi
32.4 km
61°17′00″N 141°08′36″W / 61.2834°N 141.1433°W / 61.2834; -141.1433 (Mount Bear)
124 Korovin Volcano[391][392][393]  Alaska Atka Island 5,030 ft
1533 m
5,030 ft
1533 m
85.2 mi
137.2 km
52°22′54″N 174°09′55″W / 52.3816°N 174.1653°W / 52.3816; -174.1653 (Korovin Volcano)
125 Miller Peak[394][395][396][397]  Arizona Huachuca Mountains 9,470 ft
2886 m
5,011 ft
1527 m
66.8 mi
107.5 km
31°23′34″N 110°17′35″W / 31.3928°N 110.2930°W / 31.3928; -110.2930 (Miller Peak)
126 Kamakou[398][399][400]  Hawaii Island of Molokaʻi 4,961 ft
1512 m
4,961 ft
1512 m
22.6 mi
36.4 km
21°06′23″N 156°52′06″W / 21.1065°N 156.8682°W / 21.1065; -156.8682 (Kamakou)

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  75. ^ "Mount Adams". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  76. ^ "Mount Hubbard". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  77. ^ "Mount Hubbard". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  78. ^ The summit of Mount Isto is the highest point of the Brooks Range.
  79. ^ "Mount Isto". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  80. ^ "Mount Isto". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  81. ^ "Iliamna Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  82. ^ "Iliamna Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  83. ^ The summit of Mount Olympus is the highest point of the Olympic Mountains.
  84. ^ "MT OLYMPUS". Datasheet for NGS Station SY1857. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  85. ^ "Mount Olympus". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  86. ^ "Mount Olympus". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  87. ^ "Mount Cook". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  88. ^ "Mount Cook". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  89. ^ The summit of Mount Hood is the highest point of the U.S. State of Oregon.
  90. ^ "MOUNT HOOD HIGHEST POINT". Datasheet for NGS Station RC2244. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  91. ^ "Mount Hood". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  92. ^ "Mount Hood". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  93. ^ "Mount Sanford". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  94. ^ "Mount Sanford". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  95. ^ "Mount Tom White". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  96. ^ "Mount Tom White". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  97. ^ The summit of Wheeler Peak is the highest point of the Snake Range.
  98. ^ "WHEELER PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station JP0339. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  99. ^ "Wheeler Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  100. ^ "Wheeler Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  101. ^ "GLACIER PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station TQ0506. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  102. ^ The elevation of Glacier Peak includes an adjustment of +1.492 m (+4.90 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  104. ^ "Glacier Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  105. ^ The summit of Mount Kimball is the highest point of the Delta Range.
  106. ^ "Mount Kimball". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  107. ^ "Mount Kimball". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  108. ^ "Mount Griggs". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  109. ^ "Mount Griggs". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  110. ^ "Mount Foraker". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  111. ^ "Mount Foraker". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  112. ^ The summit of White Mountain Peak is the highest point of the White Mountains.
  113. ^ "WHITE MOUNTAIN PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station HR2559. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  114. ^ "White Mountain Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  115. ^ "White Mountain Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  116. ^ "Mount Crillon". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  117. ^ "Mount Crillon". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  118. ^ The shield volcano Mauna Loa is the most voluminous mountain on Earth with an estimated volume of 74,000 km³ (17,800 cubic miles), or enough material to fill the Grand Canyon more than 18 times. Mauna Loa is the southernmost and westernmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of the United States.
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  120. ^ "Mauna Loa". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  121. ^ The summit of Cloud Peak is the highest point of the Bighorn Mountains.
  122. ^ "CLOUD PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station PW0524. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  123. ^ "Cloud Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  124. ^ "Cloud Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  125. ^ The summit of Gannett Peak is the highest point of the Wind River Range, the U.S. State of Wyoming, and the central Rocky Mountains.
  126. ^ "GANNETT PEAK CAIRN". Datasheet for NGS Station OW0356. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  127. ^ "Gannett Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  128. ^ "Gannett Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  129. ^ The summit of Mount Vsevidof is the highest point of Umnak Island and the westernmost 2000 meter (6562-foot) summit of greater North America.
  130. ^ "Mount Vsevidof". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  131. ^ "Mount Vsevidof". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  132. ^ The summit of Mount Hesperus is the highest point of the West Alaska Range.
  133. ^ "Mount Hesperus". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  134. ^ "Mount Hesperus". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  135. ^ The summit of Mount Bona is the highest point of the northwest Saint Elias Mountains.
  136. ^ "Mount Bona". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  137. ^ "Mount Bona". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  138. ^ "Mount Drum". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  139. ^ "Mount Drum". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  140. ^ "Mount Chiginagak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  141. ^ "Mount Chiginagak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  142. ^ The summit of Grand Teton is the highest point of the Teton Range.
  143. ^ "GRAND TETON". Datasheet for NGS Station OX0838. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  144. ^ "Grand Teton". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  145. ^ "Grand Teton". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  146. ^ The summit of Sacajawea Peak is the highest point of the Wallowa Mountains and the Columbia Plateau.
  147. ^ The elevation of Sacajawea Peak includes an adjustment of +1.560 m (+5.12 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  148. ^ "Sacajawea Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  149. ^ "Sacajawea Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  150. ^ The summit of Mount Neacola is the highest point of the Neacola Mountains.
  151. ^ "Mount Neacola". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  152. ^ "Mount Neacola". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  153. ^ The summit of Kings Peak is the highest point of the Uinta Mountains, the U.S. State of Utah, and the western Rocky Mountains.
  154. ^ The elevation of Kings Peak includes an adjustment of +1.807 m (+5.93 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  155. ^ "Kings Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  156. ^ "Kings Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  157. ^ The summit of Mount Graham is the highest point of the Pinaleño Mountains.
  158. ^ "GRAHAM". Datasheet for NGS Station CY1235. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  159. ^ "Mount Graham". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  160. ^ "Mount Graham". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  161. ^ "Mount Douglas". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  162. ^ "Mount Douglas". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  163. ^ The summit of Mount San Antonio is the highest point of the San Gabriel Mountains.
  164. ^ The elevation of Mount San Antonio includes an adjustment of +1.214 m (+3.98 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  165. ^ "Mount San Antonio". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  166. ^ "Mount San Antonio". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  167. ^ "Kichatna Spire". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  168. ^ "Kichatna Spire". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  169. ^ "De Long Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  170. ^ The summit of Telescope Peak is the highest point of the Panamint Range.
  171. ^ "TELESCOPE". Datasheet for NGS Station GS0799. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  172. ^ "Telescope Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  173. ^ "Telescope Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  174. ^ The summit of Mount Peale is the highest point of the La Sal Mountains and the Colorado Plateau.
  175. ^ "MOUNT PEALE". Datasheet for NGS Station JM0496. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  176. ^ "Mount Peale". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  177. ^ "Mount Peale". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  178. ^ "POGROMNI VOLCANO". Datasheet for NGS Station UV9965. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  179. ^ "Pogromni Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  180. ^ "Pogromni Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  181. ^ "Dewey Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  182. ^ "Dewey Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  183. ^ The summit of Mount Washington is the highest point of the White Mountains, the State of New Hampshire, and the northeastern United States.
  184. ^ "MT WASH". Datasheet for NGS Station PF0951. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  185. ^ The elevation of Mount Washington includes an adjustment of +0.020 m (+0.07 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  186. ^ "Mount Washington". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  187. ^ "Mount Washington". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  188. ^ The summit of Mount Igikpak is the highest point of the Schwatka Mountains.
  189. ^ "Mount Igikpak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  190. ^ "Mount Igikpak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  191. ^ "Snow Tower". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  192. ^ "Snow Tower". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  193. ^ The summit of Mount Mitchell is the highest point of the Appalachian Mountains, the State of North Carolina, and the eastern United States.
  194. ^ The elevation of Mount Mitchell includes an adjustment of +0.025 m (+0.08 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  195. ^ "Mount Mitchell". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  196. ^ "Mount Mitchell". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  197. ^ The summit of Truuli Peak is the highest point of the Kenai Mountains.
  198. ^ "Truuli Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  199. ^ "Truuli Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  200. ^ The summit of Humphreys Peak is the highest point of the San Francisco Peaks and the U.S. State of Arizona.
  201. ^ The elevation of Humphreys Peak includes an adjustment of +1.345 m (+4.41 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  203. ^ "Humphreys Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  204. ^ The summit of Borah Peak is the highest point of the Lost River Range and the U.S. State of Idaho.
  205. ^ "BEAUTY RESET". Datasheet for NGS Station PZ0770. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  206. ^ "Borah Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  207. ^ "Borah Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  208. ^ "Mount Natazhat". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  209. ^ "Mount Natazhat". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  210. ^ "HANAGITA PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station UV3837. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  211. ^ "Hanagita Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  212. ^ "Hanagita Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  213. ^ The summit of Tanaga Volcano is the highest point of Tanaga Island and the Andreanof Islands.
  214. ^ "Tanaga Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  215. ^ "Tanaga Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  216. ^ The summit of Makushin Volcano is the highest point of Unalaska Island.
  217. ^ "Makushin Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  218. ^ "Makushin Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  219. ^ The summit of Sovereign Mountain is the highest point of the Talkeetna Mountains.
  220. ^ "Sovereign Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  221. ^ "Sovereign Mountain". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  222. ^ The summit of Mount Jefferson is the highest point of the Toquima Range.
  223. ^ The elevation of Mount Jefferson includes an adjustment of +1.666 m (+5.47 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  224. ^ "Mount Jefferson". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  225. ^ "Mount Jefferson". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  226. ^ The summit of Mount Ellen is the highest point of the Henry Mountains.
  227. ^ The elevation of Mount Ellen includes an adjustment of +1.486 m (+4.88 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  228. ^ "Mount Ellen". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  229. ^ "Mount Ellen". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  230. ^ "Isanotski Peaks". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  231. ^ "Isanotski Peaks". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  232. ^ "Deseret Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  233. ^ "Deseret Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  234. ^ "MOUNT JEFFERSON". Datasheet for NGS Station QD1739. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  235. ^ The elevation of Mount Jefferson includes an adjustment of +1.388 m (+4.55 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  236. ^ "Mount Jefferson". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  237. ^ "Mount Jefferson". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  238. ^ "Isthmus Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  239. ^ "Isthmus Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  240. ^ "Frosty Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  241. ^ "Frosty Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  242. ^ The summit of Pilot Peak is the highest point of the Pilot Range.
  243. ^ "PILOT PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station MT0738. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  244. ^ "Pilot Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  245. ^ "Pilot Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  246. ^ The summit of Crazy Peak is the highest point of the Crazy Mountains.
  247. ^ The elevation of Crazy Peak includes an adjustment of +1.421 m (+4.66 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  248. ^ "Crazy Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  249. ^ "Crazy Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  250. ^ The summit of Great Sitkin Volcano is the highest point of Great Sitkin Island.
  251. ^ "Great Sitkin Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  252. ^ "Great Sitkin Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  253. ^ "Puʻu Kukui". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  254. ^ "Puʻu Kukui". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  255. ^ The summit of Mount Cleveland is the highest point of Chuginadak Island.
  256. ^ "MOUNT CLEVELAND". Datasheet for NGS Station UV9122. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  257. ^ "Mount Cleveland". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  258. ^ "Mount Cleveland". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  259. ^ The summit of McDonald Peak is the highest point of the Mission Range.
  260. ^ The elevation of McDonald Peak includes an adjustment of +1.318 m (+4.32 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  261. ^ "McDonald Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  262. ^ "McDonald Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  263. ^ "Mount Wrangell". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  264. ^ "Mount Wrangell". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  265. ^ "SOUTH SISTER". Datasheet for NGS Station QD1872. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  266. ^ "South Sister". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  267. ^ "South Sister". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  268. ^ The summit of Devils Paw is the highest point of the Juneau Icefield.
  269. ^ "Devils Paw". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  270. ^ "Devils Paw". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  271. ^ "Mount Seattle". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  272. ^ "Mount Seattle". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  273. ^ The summit of Sierra Blanca Peak is the highest point of the Sacramento Mountains.
  274. ^ "SIERRA BLANCA". Datasheet for NGS Station DR1010. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  275. ^ "Sierra Blanca Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  276. ^ "Sierra Blanca Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  277. ^ Pikes Peak is the easternmost 14,000-foot (4267.2 m) summit of the United States. Pikes Peak was the inspiration for the lyrics of America the Beautiful.
  278. ^ "PIKES PEAK". Datasheet for NGS Station JK1242. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  279. ^ "Pikes Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  280. ^ "Pikes Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  281. ^ "Mount Russell". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  282. ^ "Mount Russell". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  283. ^ The summit of Mount Nebo is the highest point of the Wasatch Range.
  284. ^ The elevation of Mount Nebo includes an adjustment of +1.395 m (+4.58 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  285. ^ "Mount Nebo". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  286. ^ "Mount Nebo". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  287. ^ The summit of Snowshoe Peak is the highest point of the Cabinet Mountains.
  288. ^ The elevation of Snowshoe Peak includes an adjustment of +1.367 m (+4.48 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  289. ^ "Snowshoe Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  290. ^ "Snowshoe Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  291. ^ The summit of North Schell Peak is the highest point of the Schell Creek Range.
  292. ^ "NORTH SHELL". Datasheet for NGS Station KP0332. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  293. ^ "North Schell Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  294. ^ "North Schell Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  295. ^ The summit of Hayford Peak is the highest point of the Sheep Range.
  296. ^ "HAYFORD". Datasheet for NGS Station GR1917. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  297. ^ "Hayford Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  298. ^ "Hayford Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  299. ^ "Mount Foresta". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  300. ^ "Mount Foresta". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  301. ^ The summit of Star Peak is the highest point of the Humboldt Range.
  302. ^ "STAR PEAK RESET". Datasheet for NGS Station LS0554. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  303. ^ "Star Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  304. ^ "Star Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  305. ^ The summit of Veniaminof Peak is the highest point of Baranof Island.
  306. ^ "Veniaminof Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  307. ^ "Veniaminof Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  308. ^ The summit of Flat Top Mountain is the highest point of the Oquirrh Mountains.
  309. ^ The elevation of Flat Top Mountain includes an adjustment of +1.329 m (+4.36 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  310. ^ "Flat Top Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  311. ^ "Flat Top Mountain". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  312. ^ The summit of Bearhole Peak is the highest point of the Granite Range.
  313. ^ "Bearhole Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  314. ^ "Bearhole Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  315. ^ "Mount Steller". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  316. ^ "Mount Steller". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  317. ^ The summit of Mount Stuart is the highest point of the Wenatchee Mountains.
  318. ^ "MOUNT STUART". Datasheet for NGS Station SX1189. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  319. ^ The elevation of Mount Stuart includes an adjustment of +1.388 m (+4.55 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  320. ^ "Mount Stuart". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  321. ^ "Mount Stuart". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  322. ^ The summit of Blanca Peak is the highest point of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
  323. ^ The elevation of Blanca Peak includes an adjustment of +1.755 m (+5.76 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  325. ^ "Blanca Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  326. ^ The summit of Mount Miller is the highest point of the Barkley Ridge.
  327. ^ "Mount Miller". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  328. ^ "Mount Miller". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  329. ^ The summit of Carlisle Volcano is the highest point of Carlisle Island.
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  332. ^ "Carlisle Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  333. ^ The summit of Mount Timpanogos is the highest point of the central Wasatch Range.
  334. ^ "TIMPANOGOS". Datasheet for NGS Station LO0769. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
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  336. ^ "Mount Timpanogos". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  337. ^ The summit of Bashful Peak is the highest point of the western Chugach Mountains.
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  339. ^ "Bashful Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  340. ^ The summit of Ibapah Peak is the highest point of the Deep Creek Range.
  341. ^ The elevation of Ibapah Peak includes an adjustment of +1.517 m (+4.98 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  343. ^ "Ibapah Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  344. ^ The summit of Mount Cleveland is the highest point of the Lewis Range.
  345. ^ "CLEVELAND". Datasheet for NGS Station TM1009. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  346. ^ "Mount Cleveland". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  347. ^ "Mount Cleveland". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  348. ^ The summit of Kawaikini is the highest point of the Island of Kauaʻi.
  349. ^ "Kawaikini". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  350. ^ "Kawaikini". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  351. ^ "Tetlin Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  352. ^ "Tetlin Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  353. ^ The summit of Arc Dome is the highest point of the Toiyabe Range.
  354. ^ The elevation of Arc Dome includes an adjustment of +1.665 m (+5.46 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  356. ^ "Arc Dome". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  357. ^ "LASSEN". Datasheet for NGS Station LT0688. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  358. ^ "Lassen Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  359. ^ "Lassen Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  360. ^ "Mount Deborah". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  361. ^ "Mount Deborah". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  362. ^ "Necons Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  363. ^ "Necons Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  364. ^ The elevation of Abercrombie Mountain includes an adjustment of +1.345 m (+4.41 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  365. ^ "Abercrombie Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  366. ^ "Abercrombie Mountain". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  367. ^ The summit of Mount Lemmon is the highest point of the Santa Catalina Mountains.
  368. ^ The elevation of Mount Lemmon includes an adjustment of +1.004 m (+3.29 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  369. ^ "Mount Lemmon". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  370. ^ "Mount Lemmon". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  371. ^ The summit of Gareloi Volcano is the highest point of Gareloi Island.
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  373. ^ "Gareloi Volcano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  374. ^ "Gareloi Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  375. ^ The summit of Chiricahua Peak is the highest point of the Chiricahua Mountains.
  376. ^ The elevation of Chiricahua Peak includes an adjustment of +1.173 m (+3.85 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  378. ^ "Chiricahua Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  379. ^ "Stony Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  380. ^ "Stony Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  381. ^ The summit of Mount Eddy is the highest point of the Klamath Mountains.
  382. ^ "EDDY". Datasheet for NGS Station MX1043. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  383. ^ "Mount Eddy". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  384. ^ "Mount Eddy". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  385. ^ "Mount Augusta". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  386. ^ "Mount Augusta". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  387. ^ "Copper Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  388. ^ "Copper Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  389. ^ "Mount Bear". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  390. ^ "Mount Bear". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  391. ^ The summit of Korovin Volcano is the highest point of Atka Island.
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  393. ^ "Korovin Volcano". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  394. ^ The summit of Miller Peak is the highest point of the Huachuca Mountains.
  395. ^ The elevation of Miller Peak includes an adjustment of +1.067 m (+3.50 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
  396. ^ "Miller Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  397. ^ "Miller Peak". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  398. ^ The summit of Kamakou is the highest point of the Island of Molokaʻi.
  399. ^ "Kamakou". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  400. ^ "Kamakou". Bivouac Mountaineering Directory. bivouac.com. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 

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