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 Mount McKinley (North Peak), Alaska Mount Rainier with its three 14000+ ft peaks, Washington Maroon Bells (Maroon Peak and North Maroon Peak), Colorado

In mountaineering terminology in the United States, a fourteener is a mountain that exceeds 14,000 feet (4,267.2 m) above mean sea level. The importance of fourteeners is greatest in Colorado, which has the majority of such peaks in North America. Climbing all of Colorado's fourteeners is a popular pastime among peak baggers. Many people also try to climb all of the fourteeners in the contiguous United States. Several ski mountaineers have also completed ski descents of all the Colorado fourteeners, and the first attempts are being made to complete ski descents of all U.S. fourteeners.

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

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. If a summit elevation or prominence has a range of values, the arithmetic mean is cited.

## Qualification criteria

Not all summits over 14,000 feet qualify as fourteeners[1]. Summits which qualify are those considered by mountaineers to be independent. Objective standards for independence include topographic prominence and isolation (distance from a higher summit), or a combination of the two. However fourteener lists do not always consistently use such objective rules. Also, there is some debate as to whether or not peaks of 15,000 feet or more should be referred to as "fourteeners"; this article will refer to them as such.

A rule commonly used by mountaineers in the contiguous United States is that a peak must have at least 300 feet (91.4 m) of prominence to qualify. By this rule, Colorado has 53 (plus or minus 1) fourteeners, California has 12, and Washington has 2. However, the subsidiary summit of Liberty Cap in Washington (one of the summits of Mount Rainier), at 14,112 feet and 492 feet of prominence, is often not counted as a fourteener despite meeting the prominence criteria.

According to the Mountaineering Club of Alaska, it is standard in Alaska to use a 500 foot prominence rule rather than a 300 foot rule.[citation needed] By this rule, Alaska has at least 21 peaks over 14,000 feet and its 12 highest peaks exceed 15,000 feet (4,572 m).

For comparison, Canada has 15 fourteeners, and Mexico has 8; however the importance of the arbitrary 14,000 foot mark is minimal outside of the U.S. (due in large part to the use of the metric system). In Europe, it is very common to attempt to climb all of the independent 4,000 metres (13,000 ft) peaks in the Alps; that pastime roughly corresponds to fourteener-bagging in the U.S., although the European peaks are more technical climbs in general.

## Table

The United States Fourteeners
The 88 mountain peaks of the United States with at least 14,000 feet (4,267.2 m) of elevation and at least 300 feet (91.44 m) of prominence
Rank Mountain Peak State Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Mount McKinley[2][3]
(Denali)
6194 m
20,174 feet
6149 m
4,629 miles
7,450 km
63°04′08″N 151°00′23″W﻿ / ﻿63.0690°N 151.0063°W
5934 m
1,320 feet
402 m
1.7 miles
2.8 km
63°05′51″N 151°00′20″W﻿ / ﻿63.0976°N 151.0055°W
Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 18,008 feet
5489 m
11,250 feet
3429 m
26 miles
41 km
60°17′34″N 140°55′51″W﻿ / ﻿60.2927°N 140.9307°W
5304 m
7,250 feet
2210 m
14 miles
23 km
62°57′38″N 151°23′57″W﻿ / ﻿62.9605°N 151.3992°W
5 Mount Bona[11][12]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 16,550 feet
5044 m
6,900 feet
2103 m
50 miles
80 km
61°23′04″N 141°45′10″W﻿ / ﻿61.3845°N 141.7529°W
6 Mount Blackburn[13][14]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 16,390 feet
4996 m
11,640 feet
3548 m
61 miles
98 km
61°43′50″N 143°24′11″W﻿ / ﻿61.7305°N 143.4031°W
7 Mount Blackburn Southeast Peak[15]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 16,286 feet
4964 m
536 feet
163 m
1.5 miles
2.5 km
61°43′31″N 143°23′33″W﻿ / ﻿61.7252°N 143.3925°W
8 Mount Sanford[16]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 16,237 feet
4949 m
7,687 feet
2343 m
40 miles
65 km
62°12′48″N 144°07′45″W﻿ / ﻿62.2132°N 144.1292°W
4842 m
315 feet
96 m
2.5 miles
4.1 km
63°02′06″N 150°58′36″W﻿ / ﻿63.0349°N 150.9768°W
10 Mount Vancouver South Peak[18][19]  Alaska
Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 15,682 feet
4780 m
394 feet
120 m
1.6 miles
2.6 km
60°20′05″N 139°41′34″W﻿ / ﻿60.3346°N 139.6929°W
11 Mount Churchill[20]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 15,638 feet
4766 m
1,138 feet
347 m
2.6 miles
4.2 km
61°25′09″N 141°42′55″W﻿ / ﻿61.4191°N 141.7152°W
12 Mount Fairweather[21][22]
(Fairweather Mountain)
British Columbia
Saint Elias Mountains 15,325 feet
4671 m
12,995 feet
3961 m
125 miles
201 km
58°54′23″N 137°31′35″W﻿ / ﻿58.9064°N 137.5265°W
Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 14,950 feet
4557 m
8,061 feet
2457 m
21 miles
34 km
60°19′10″N 139°04′21″W﻿ / ﻿60.3194°N 139.0726°W
14 Mount Bear[24]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 14,831 feet
4520 m
5,052 feet
1540 m
20 miles
32 km
61°17′00″N 141°08′36″W﻿ / ﻿61.2834°N 141.1433°W
4490 m
380 feet
116 m
1.5 miles
2.4 km
63°03′37″N 150°55′47″W﻿ / ﻿63.0603°N 150.9296°W
4442 m
4,648 feet
1417 m
7 miles
11 km
62°56′59″N 151°05′32″W﻿ / ﻿62.9496°N 151.0921°W
17 Mount Whitney[28][29][30][31]  California Sierra Nevada 14,505 feet
4421 m
10,079 feet
3072 m
1,646 miles
2,649 km
36°34′43″N 118°17′31″W﻿ / ﻿36.5786°N 118.2920°W
Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 14,500 feet
4420 m
1,950 feet
594 m
2.2 miles
3.6 km
60°21′07″N 139°04′31″W﻿ / ﻿60.3519°N 139.0752°W
19 University Peak[33]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 14,470 feet
4410 m
3,210 feet
978 m
3.7 miles
6.0 km
61°19′38″N 141°47′12″W﻿ / ﻿61.3272°N 141.7867°W
20 Aello Peak[34]  Alaska Saint Elias Mountains 14,445 feet
4403 m
1,445 feet
440 m
3.9 miles
6.3 km
61°21′53″N 141°54′00″W﻿ / ﻿61.3646°N 141.9001°W
21 Mount Elbert[35][36][37][38]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,440 feet
4401 m
9,093 feet
2772 m
671 miles
1,079 km
39°07′04″N 106°26′43″W﻿ / ﻿39.1178°N 106.4454°W
22 Mount Massive[39][40][41]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,428 feet
4398 m
1,962 feet
598 m
5.1 miles
8.2 km
39°11′15″N 106°28′33″W﻿ / ﻿39.1875°N 106.4757°W
23 Mount Harvard[42][43][44][45]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,427 feet
4397 m
2,327 feet
709 m
15 miles
24 km
38°55′28″N 106°19′15″W﻿ / ﻿38.9244°N 106.3207°W
24 Mount Rainier[46][47][48][49]  Washington Cascade Range 14,417 feet
4394 m
13,236 feet
4034 m
731 miles
1,177 km
46°51′08″N 121°45′28″W﻿ / ﻿46.8521°N 121.7579°W
25 Mount Williamson[50][51]  California Sierra Nevada 14,389 feet
4386 m
1,677 feet
511 m
5.4 miles
8.7 km
36°39′21″N 118°18′40″W﻿ / ﻿36.6559°N 118.3111°W
26 La Plata Peak[52][53]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,368 feet
4379 m
1,861 feet
567 m
6 miles
10 km
39°01′46″N 106°28′22″W﻿ / ﻿39.0294°N 106.4729°W
27 Blanca Peak[54][55][56]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,351 feet
4374 m
5,326 feet
1623 m
103 miles
166 km
37°34′39″N 105°29′09″W﻿ / ﻿37.5775°N 105.4857°W
28 Uncompahgre Peak[57][58][59]  Colorado San Juan Mountains 14,321 feet
4365 m
4,277 feet
1304 m
85 miles
137 km
38°04′18″N 107°27′44″W﻿ / ﻿38.0717°N 107.4621°W
29 Crestone Peak[60][61]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,300 feet
4359 m
4,554 feet
1388 m
27 miles
44 km
37°58′00″N 105°35′08″W﻿ / ﻿37.9668°N 105.5855°W
30 Mount Lincoln[62][63][64]  Colorado Mosquito Range 14,293 feet
4357 m
3,862 feet
1177 m
23 miles
36 km
39°21′05″N 106°06′42″W﻿ / ﻿39.3515°N 106.1116°W
31 Castle Peak[65][66][67]  Colorado Elk Mountains 14,279 feet
4352 m
2,365 feet
721 m
21 miles
34 km
39°00′35″N 106°51′41″W﻿ / ﻿39.0097°N 106.8614°W
32 Grays Peak[68][69][70][71]  Colorado Front Range 14,278 feet
4352 m
2,769 feet
844 m
25 miles
40 km
39°38′02″N 105°49′03″W﻿ / ﻿39.6339°N 105.8176°W
33 Mount Antero[72][73][74]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,276 feet
4351 m
2,503 feet
763 m
18 miles
29 km
38°40′27″N 106°14′46″W﻿ / ﻿38.6741°N 106.2462°W
34 Torreys Peak[75][76][77]  Colorado Front Range 14,275 feet
4351 m
561 feet
171 m
0.7 mile
1.1 km
39°38′34″N 105°49′16″W﻿ / ﻿39.6428°N 105.8212°W
35 Quandary Peak[78][79][80]  Colorado Tenmile Range 14,271 feet
4350 m
1,125 feet
343 m
3.2 miles
5.1 km
39°23′50″N 106°06′23″W﻿ / ﻿39.3973°N 106.1064°W
36 Mount Evans[81][82][83]  Colorado Front Range 14,265 feet
4348 m
2,769 feet
844 m
10 miles
16 km
39°35′18″N 105°38′38″W﻿ / ﻿39.5883°N 105.6438°W
37 Longs Peak[84][85][86]  Colorado Front Range 14,259 feet
4346 m
2,940 feet
896 m
44 miles
70 km
40°15′18″N 105°36′54″W﻿ / ﻿40.2550°N 105.6151°W
38 Mount Wilson[87][88]  Colorado San Miguel Mountains 14,252 feet
4344 m
4,024 feet
1227 m
33 miles
53 km
37°50′21″N 107°59′30″W﻿ / ﻿37.8391°N 107.9916°W
39 White Mountain Peak[89][90][91]  California White Mountains 14,252 feet
4344 m
7,196 feet
2193 m
67 miles
109 km
37°38′03″N 118°15′21″W﻿ / ﻿37.6341°N 118.2557°W
4343 m
2,894 feet
882 m
32 miles
52 km
37°05′39″N 118°30′53″W﻿ / ﻿37.0943°N 118.5147°W
41 Mount Shavano[95][96][97]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,231 feet
4338 m
1,619 feet
494 m
3.8 miles
6.1 km
38°37′09″N 106°14′21″W﻿ / ﻿38.6192°N 106.2393°W
42 Mount Princeton[98][99][100]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,204 feet
4329 m
2,177 feet
664 m
5.2 miles
8.4 km
38°44′57″N 106°14′33″W﻿ / ﻿38.7492°N 106.2424°W
43 Mount Belford[101][102][103]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,203 feet
4329 m
1,337 feet
408 m
3.3 miles
5.3 km
38°57′39″N 106°21′39″W﻿ / ﻿38.9607°N 106.3607°W
44 Crestone Needle[104][105]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,203 feet
4329 m
457 feet
139 m
0.4 mile
0.7 km
37°57′53″N 105°34′36″W﻿ / ﻿37.9647°N 105.5766°W
45 Mount Yale[106][107][108][109]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,202 feet
4329 m
1,896 feet
578 m
5.5 miles
8.9 km
38°50′39″N 106°18′50″W﻿ / ﻿38.8442°N 106.3138°W
46 Mount Shasta[110][111][112]  California Cascade Range 14,179 feet
4322 m
9,832 feet
2997 m
335 miles
539 km
41°24′33″N 122°11′42″W﻿ / ﻿41.4092°N 122.1949°W
47 Mount Bross[113][114][115]  Colorado Mosquito Range 14,178 feet
4322 m
312 feet
95 m
1.0 mile
1.6 km
39°20′07″N 106°06′28″W﻿ / ﻿39.3354°N 106.1077°W
48 Kit Carson Mountain[116][117]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,171 feet
4319 m
1,025 feet
312 m
1.3 miles
2.1 km
37°58′47″N 105°36′09″W﻿ / ﻿37.9797°N 105.6026°W
49 Maroon Peak[118][119][120]  Colorado Elk Mountains 14,163 feet
4317 m
2,336 feet
712 m
8 miles
13 km
39°04′15″N 106°59′20″W﻿ / ﻿39.0708°N 106.9890°W
50 Mount Wrangell[121]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 14,163 feet
4317 m
5,613 feet
1711 m
15 miles
24 km
62°00′21″N 144°01′07″W﻿ / ﻿62.0059°N 144.0187°W
51 Tabeguache Peak[122][123][124]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,162 feet
4317 m
455 feet
139 m
0.8 mile
1.2 km
38°37′32″N 106°15′03″W﻿ / ﻿38.6255°N 106.2509°W
52 Mount Oxford[125][126][127]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,160 feet
4316 m
653 feet
199 m
1.2 miles
2.0 km
38°57′53″N 106°20′20″W﻿ / ﻿38.9648°N 106.3388°W
53 Mount Sill[128][129]  California Sierra Nevada 14,159 feet
4316 m
373 feet
114 m
0.6 mile
1.0 km
37°05′46″N 118°30′12″W﻿ / ﻿37.0960°N 118.5032°W
54 Mount Sneffels[130][131][132]  Colorado Sneffels Range 14,158 feet
4315 m
3,050 feet
930 m
16 miles
25 km
38°00′14″N 107°47′32″W﻿ / ﻿38.0038°N 107.7923°W
55 Mount Democrat[133][134][135]  Colorado Mosquito Range 14,155 feet
4315 m
768 feet
234 m
1.3 miles
2.0 km
39°20′23″N 106°08′24″W﻿ / ﻿39.3396°N 106.1400°W
56 Capitol Peak[136][137][138]  Colorado Elk Mountains 14,137 feet
4309 m
1,750 feet
533 m
7 miles
12 km
39°09′01″N 107°04′58″W﻿ / ﻿39.1503°N 107.0829°W
57 Pikes Peak[139][140][141]  Colorado Pikes Peak Massif 14,115 feet
4302 m
5,530 feet
1686 m
61 miles
98 km
38°50′26″N 105°02′39″W﻿ / ﻿38.8405°N 105.0442°W
58 Snowmass Mountain[142][143][144]  Colorado Elk Mountains 14,099 feet
4297 m
1,152 feet
351 m
2.3 miles
3.8 km
39°07′08″N 107°03′59″W﻿ / ﻿39.1188°N 107.0665°W
59 Mount Russell[145][146]  California Sierra Nevada 14,094 feet
4296 m
1,129 feet
344 m
0.7 mile
1.2 km
36°35′24″N 118°17′27″W﻿ / ﻿36.5901°N 118.2908°W
60 Windom Peak[147][148]  Colorado Needle Mountains 14,093 feet
4296 m
1,007 feet
307 m
27 miles
43 km
37°37′16″N 107°35′31″W﻿ / ﻿37.6212°N 107.5919°W
61 Mount Eolus[149][150]  Colorado Needle Mountains 14,089 feet
4294 m
2,184 feet
666 m
1.7 miles
2.7 km
37°37′18″N 107°37′22″W﻿ / ﻿37.6218°N 107.6227°W
62 Challenger Point[151][152]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,087 feet
4294 m
301 feet
92 m
0.2 mile
0.4 km
37°58′49″N 105°36′24″W﻿ / ﻿37.9804°N 105.6066°W
63 Mount Columbia[153][154][155]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,077 feet
4291 m
893 feet
272 m
1.9 miles
3.1 km
38°54′14″N 106°17′51″W﻿ / ﻿38.9039°N 106.2975°W
64 Missouri Mountain[156][157][158]  Colorado Collegiate Peaks 14,074 feet
4290 m
847 feet
258 m
1.3 miles
2.1 km
38°56′51″N 106°22′43″W﻿ / ﻿38.9476°N 106.3785°W
Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 14,070 feet
4289 m
5,082 feet
1549 m
14 miles
23 km
60°18′27″N 140°27′30″W﻿ / ﻿60.3074°N 140.4584°W
66 Humboldt Peak[160][161]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,070 feet
4288 m
1,204 feet
367 m
1.4 miles
2.3 km
37°58′34″N 105°33′19″W﻿ / ﻿37.9762°N 105.5552°W
4287 m
719 feet
219 m
1.4 miles
2.2 km
39°34′57″N 105°40′08″W﻿ / ﻿39.5826°N 105.6688°W
68 Sunlight Peak[165][166]  Colorado Needle Mountains 14,065 feet
4287 m
399 feet
122 m
0.5 mile
0.8 km
37°37′39″N 107°35′45″W﻿ / ﻿37.6274°N 107.5959°W
69 Split Mountain[167][168][169]  California Sierra Nevada 14,064 feet
4287 m
1,558 feet
475 m
7 miles
11 km
37°01′15″N 118°25′21″W﻿ / ﻿37.0209°N 118.4224°W
70 Handies Peak[170][171][172]  Colorado San Juan Mountains 14,058 feet
4285 m
1,908 feet
582 m
11 miles
18 km
37°54′47″N 107°30′16″W﻿ / ﻿37.9130°N 107.5044°W
71 Culebra Peak[173][174]  Colorado Culebra Range 14,053 feet
4283 m
4,827 feet
1471 m
35 miles
57 km
37°07′21″N 105°11′09″W﻿ / ﻿37.1224°N 105.1858°W
72 Ellingwood Point[175][176]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,048 feet
4282 m
342 feet
104 m
0.5 mile
0.8 km
37°34′57″N 105°29′34″W﻿ / ﻿37.5826°N 105.4927°W
73 Mount Lindsey[177][178]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,048 feet
4282 m
1,542 feet
470 m
2.3 miles
3.6 km
37°35′01″N 105°26′42″W﻿ / ﻿37.5837°N 105.4449°W
74 Little Bear Peak[179][180]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Range 14,043 feet
4280 m
377 feet
115 m
1.0 mile
1.6 km
37°34′00″N 105°29′50″W﻿ / ﻿37.5666°N 105.4972°W
75 Mount Sherman[181][182]  Colorado Mosquito Range 14,043 feet
4280 m
850 feet
259 m
8 miles
13 km
39°13′30″N 106°10′12″W﻿ / ﻿39.2250°N 106.1699°W
76 Redcloud Peak[183][184]  Colorado San Juan Mountains 14,041 feet
4280 m
1,436 feet
438 m
4.9 miles
7.9 km
37°56′28″N 107°25′19″W﻿ / ﻿37.9410°N 107.4219°W
77 Mount Langley[185][186][187]  California Sierra Nevada 14,032 feet
4277 m
1,198 feet
365 m
4.4 miles
7.1 km
36°31′24″N 118°14′22″W﻿ / ﻿36.5234°N 118.2394°W
78 Mount Tyndall[188][189]  California Sierra Nevada 14,025 feet
4275 m
1,125 feet
343 m
1.4 miles
2.3 km
36°39′20″N 118°20′13″W﻿ / ﻿36.6556°N 118.3370°W
79 Pyramid Peak[190][191][192]  Colorado Elk Mountains 14,025 feet
4275 m
1,638 feet
499 m
2.1 miles
3.4 km
39°04′18″N 106°57′01″W﻿ / ﻿39.0717°N 106.9502°W
80 Wilson Peak[193][194]  Colorado San Miguel Mountains 14,023 feet
4274 m
857 feet
261 m
1.5 miles
2.4 km
37°51′37″N 107°59′05″W﻿ / ﻿37.8603°N 107.9847°W
81 San Luis Peak[195][196][197]  Colorado La Garita Mountains 14,022 feet
4274 m
3,113 feet
949 m
27 miles
43 km
37°59′12″N 106°55′53″W﻿ / ﻿37.9868°N 106.9313°W
82 Wetterhorn Peak[198][199]  Colorado San Juan Mountains 14,021 feet
4274 m
1,635 feet
498 m
2.8 miles
4.5 km
38°03′39″N 107°30′39″W﻿ / ﻿38.0607°N 107.5109°W
83 Mount Muir[200][201]  California Sierra Nevada 14,018 feet
4273 m
331 feet
101 m
0.5 mile
0.8 km
36°33′53″N 118°17′29″W﻿ / ﻿36.5647°N 118.2913°W
4273 m
1,119 feet
341 m
2.6 miles
4.2 km
37°04′13″N 118°28′09″W﻿ / ﻿37.0702°N 118.4691°W
85 Mount Wrangell West Peak[204]  Alaska Wrangell Mountains 14,013 feet
4271 m
563 feet
172 m
1.5 miles
2.4 km
62°00′33″N 144°03′47″W﻿ / ﻿62.0091°N 144.0630°W
86 Huron Peak[205][206][207][208]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,012 feet
4271 m
1,423 feet
434 m
3.2 miles
5.2 km
38°56′44″N 106°26′17″W﻿ / ﻿38.9455°N 106.4381°W
87 Mount of the Holy Cross[209][210][211]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,011 feet
4271 m
2,111 feet
643 m
19 miles
30 km
39°28′00″N 106°28′54″W﻿ / ﻿39.4668°N 106.4817°W
88 Sunshine Peak[212][213]  Colorado San Juan Mountains 14,007 feet
4269 m
501 feet
153 m
1.3 miles
2.1 km
37°55′22″N 107°25′32″W﻿ / ﻿37.9228°N 107.4256°W

## Topographic prominence

The table above uses a topographic prominence criterion of 300 feet. If a criterion of 100 meters of prominence is used instead, the table above shrinks to 85 summits. If a criterion of either 150 meters or 500 feet of prominence is used, the table above shrinks to 76 summits.

The following U.S. summits have 14,000 feet of elevation, but have less than 300 feet of topographic prominence:

## References

1. ^ Blake, Kevin S. 2002. Colorado Fourteeners and the Nature of Place Identity. Geographical Review 92(2): 155-179.
2. ^ The summit of Mount McKinley (Denali) is the highest point of the Alaska Range, the State of Alaska, the United States of America, and all of North America.
3. ^ "Mount McKinley". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
4. ^ "Mount McKinley North Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
5. ^ "Mount McKinley North Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
6. ^ The summit of Mount Saint Elias on the international border between Alaska and the Yukon is the second highest mountain peak of both Canada and the United States.
7. ^ "Mount Saint Elias". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 11, 2010.
8. ^ The summit of Mount Foraker is the westernmost 5000 m (16,404-foot) summit of North America.
9. ^ "Mount Foraker". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
10. ^ "Mount Foraker". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
11. ^ "Mount Bona". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
12. ^ "Mount Bona". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
13. ^ "Mount Blackburn". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 11, 2010.
14. ^ "Mount Blackburn". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 11, 2010.
15. ^ "Mount Blackburn Southeast Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
16. ^ "Mount Sanford". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
17. ^ "Mount McKinley South Buttress". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
18. ^ "Mount Vancouver South Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
19. ^ "Mount Vancouver South Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
20. ^ "Mount Churchill". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
21. ^ The summit of Mount Fairweather (Fairweather Mountain) on the border of Alaska is the highest point of the Province of British Columbia.
22. ^ "Mount Fairweather". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 11, 2010.
23. ^ "Mount Hubbard". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 25, 2010.
24. ^ "Mount Bear". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
25. ^ "Mount McKinley East Buttress". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
26. ^ "Mount Hunter". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
27. ^ "Mount Hunter". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
28. ^ The summit of Mount Whitney is the highest point of the Sierra Nevada, the State of California, and the contiguous United States.
29. ^ "Mount Whitney". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
30. ^ "Mount Whitney". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
31. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Whitney includes a vertical adjustment of +1.869 m (+6.1 ft).
32. ^ "Mount Alverstone". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 25, 2010.
33. ^ "University Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
34. ^ "Aello Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
35. ^ The summit of Mount Elbert is the highest point of the Rocky Mountains and the State of Colorado.
36. ^ "Mount Elbert". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
37. ^ "Mount Elbert". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
38. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Elbert includes a vertical adjustment of +1.995 m (+6.5 ft).
39. ^ "Mount Massive". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
40. ^ "Mount Massive". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
41. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Massive includes a vertical adjustment of +2.087 m (+6.8 ft).
42. ^ "Mount Harvard". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
43. ^ "Mount Harvard". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
44. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Harvard includes a vertical adjustment of +2.084 m (+6.8 ft).
45. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Harvard includes a vertical offset of +1.8 m (+5.9 ft) from the benchmark.
46. ^ The summit of Mount Rainier is the highest point of the Cascade Range and the State of Washington.
47. ^ "Mount Rainier". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
48. ^ "Mount Rainier". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
49. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Rainier includes a vertical adjustment of +1.935 m (+6.3 ft).
50. ^ "Mount Williamson". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 28, 2010.
51. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Williamson includes a vertical adjustment of +1.807 m (+5.9 ft).
52. ^ "La Plata Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 28, 2010.
53. ^ The summit elevation of La Plata Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.983 m (+6.5 ft).
54. ^ "Blanca Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
55. ^ "Blanca Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
56. ^ The summit elevation of Blanca Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.755 m (+5.8 ft).
57. ^ "Uncompahgre Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
58. ^ "Uncompahgre Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
59. ^ The summit elevation of Uncompahgre Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.967 m (+6.5 ft).
60. ^ "Crestone Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
61. ^ The summit elevation of Crestone Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.76 m (+5.8 ft).
62. ^ "Mount Lincoln". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
63. ^ "Mount Lincoln". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
64. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Lincoln includes a vertical adjustment of +2.098 m (+6.9 ft).
65. ^ "Castle Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
66. ^ "Castle Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
67. ^ The summit elevation of Castle Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.165 m (+7.1 ft).
68. ^ The summit of Grays Peak is the highest point on the Continental Divide of North America.
69. ^ "Grays Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
70. ^ "Grays Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
71. ^ The summit elevation of Grays Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.881 m (+6.2 ft).
72. ^ "Mount Antero". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
73. ^ "Mount Antero". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
74. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Antero includes a vertical adjustment of +2.071 m (+6.8 ft).
75. ^ "Torreys Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
76. ^ "Torreys Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
77. ^ The summit elevation of Torreys Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.897 m (+6.2 ft).
78. ^ "Quandary Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
79. ^ "Quandary Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
80. ^ The summit elevation of Quandary Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.071 m (+6.8 ft).
81. ^ "Mount Evans". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
82. ^ "Mount Evans". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
83. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Evans includes a vertical adjustment of +1.827 m (+6.0 ft).
84. ^ "Longs Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
85. ^ "Longs Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
86. ^ The summit elevation of Longs Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.652 m (+5.4 ft).
87. ^ "Mount Wilson". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
88. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Wilson includes a vertical adjustment of +1.899 m (+6.2 ft).
89. ^ "White Mountain Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
90. ^ "White Mountain Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
91. ^ The summit elevation of White Mountain Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.91 m (+6.3 ft).
92. ^ "North Palisade". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
93. ^ "North Palisade". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
94. ^ The summit elevation of North Palisade includes a vertical adjustment of +1.867 m (+6.1 ft).
95. ^ "Mount Shavano". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
96. ^ "Mount Shavano". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
97. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Shavano includes a vertical adjustment of +2.031 m (+6.7 ft).
98. ^ "Mount Princeton". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
99. ^ "Mount Princeton". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
100. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Princeton includes a vertical adjustment of +2.075 m (+6.8 ft).
101. ^ "Mount Belford". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
102. ^ "Mount Belford". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
103. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Belford includes a vertical adjustment of +2.081 m (+6.8 ft).
104. ^ "Crestone Needle". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
105. ^ The summit elevation of Crestone Needle includes a vertical adjustment of +1.763 m (+5.8 ft).
106. ^ "Mount Yale". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
107. ^ "Mount Yale". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
108. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Yale includes a vertical adjustment of +2.036 m (+6.7 ft).
109. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Yale includes a vertical offset of +0.6 m (+2.0 ft) from the benchmark.
110. ^ "Mount Shasta". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
111. ^ "Mount Shasta". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
112. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Shasta includes a vertical adjustment of +1.791 m (+5.9 ft).
113. ^ "Mount Bross". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
114. ^ "Mount Bross". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
115. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Bross includes a vertical adjustment of +2.044 m (+6.7 ft).
116. ^ "Kit Carson Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
117. ^ The summit elevation of Kit Carson Mountain includes a vertical adjustment of +1.773 m (+5.8 ft).
118. ^ "Maroon Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
119. ^ "Maroon Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
120. ^ The summit elevation of Maroon Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.048 m (+6.7 ft).
121. ^ "Mount Wrangell". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
122. ^ "Tabeguache Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
123. ^ "Tabeguache Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
124. ^ The summit elevation of Tabeguache Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.107 m (+6.9 ft).
125. ^ "Mount Oxford". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
126. ^ "Mount Oxford". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
127. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Oxford includes a vertical adjustment of +2.042 m (+6.7 ft).
128. ^ "Mount Sill". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
129. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Sill includes a vertical adjustment of +1.888 m (+6.2 ft).
130. ^ "Mount Sneffels". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
131. ^ "Mount Sneffels". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
132. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Sneffels includes a vertical adjustment of +1.879 m (+6.2 ft).
133. ^ "Mount Democrat". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
134. ^ "Mount Democrat". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
135. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Democrat includes a vertical adjustment of +2.086 m (+6.8 ft).
136. ^ "Capitol Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
137. ^ "Capitol Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
138. ^ The summit elevation of Capitol Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.991 m (+6.5 ft).
139. ^ "Pikes Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
140. ^ "Pikes Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
141. ^ The summit elevation of Pikes Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.678 m (+5.5 ft).
142. ^ "Snowmass Mountain". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
143. ^ "Snowmass Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
144. ^ The summit elevation of Snowmass Mountain includes a vertical adjustment of +1.98 m (+6.5 ft).
145. ^ "Mount Russell". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
146. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Russell includes a vertical adjustment of +1.869 m (+6.1 ft).
147. ^ "Windom Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
148. ^ The summit elevation of Windom Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.785 m (+5.9 ft).
149. ^ "Mount Eolus". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 28, 2010.
150. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Eolus includes a vertical adjustment of +1.756 m (+5.8 ft).
151. ^ "Challenger Point". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
152. ^ The summit elevation of Challenger Point includes a vertical adjustment of +1.752 m (+5.7 ft).
153. ^ "Mount Columbia". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
154. ^ "Mount Columbia". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
155. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Columbia includes a vertical adjustment of +2.081 m (+6.8 ft).
156. ^ "Missouri Mountain". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
157. ^ "Missouri Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
158. ^ The summit elevation of Missouri Mountain includes a vertical adjustment of +2.113 m (+6.9 ft).
159. ^ "Mount Augusta". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved January 26, 2010.
160. ^ "Humboldt Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
161. ^ The summit elevation of Humboldt Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.79 m (+5.9 ft).
162. ^ "Mount Bierstadt". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
163. ^ "Mount Bierstadt". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
164. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Bierstadt includes a vertical adjustment of +1.797 m (+5.9 ft).
165. ^ "Sunlight Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
166. ^ The summit elevation of Sunlight Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.804 m (+5.9 ft).
167. ^ "Split Mountain". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
168. ^ "Split Mountain". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
169. ^ The summit elevation of Split Mountain includes a vertical adjustment of +1.771 m (+5.8 ft).
170. ^ "Handies Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
171. ^ "Handies Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
172. ^ The summit elevation of Handies Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.994 m (+6.5 ft).
173. ^ "Culebra Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 2, 2010.
174. ^ The summit elevation of Culebra Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.74 m (+5.7 ft).
175. ^ "Ellingwood Point". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
176. ^ The summit elevation of Ellingwood Point includes a vertical adjustment of +1.789 m (+5.9 ft).
177. ^ "Mount Lindsey". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
178. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Lindsey includes a vertical adjustment of +1.691 m (+5.5 ft).
179. ^ "Little Bear Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
180. ^ The summit elevation of Little Bear Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.733 m (+5.7 ft).
181. ^ "Mount Sherman". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
182. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Sherman includes a vertical adjustment of +2.029 m (+6.7 ft).
183. ^ "Redcloud Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
184. ^ The summit elevation of Redcloud Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.015 m (+6.6 ft).
185. ^ "Mount Langley". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
186. ^ "Mount Langley". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
187. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Langley includes a vertical adjustment of +1.76 m (+5.8 ft).
188. ^ "Mount Tyndall". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
189. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Tyndall includes a vertical adjustment of +1.835 m (+6.0 ft).
190. ^ "Pyramid Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
191. ^ "Pyramid Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
192. ^ The summit elevation of Pyramid Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.009 m (+6.6 ft).
193. ^ "Wilson Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
194. ^ The summit elevation of Wilson Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.877 m (+6.2 ft).
195. ^ "San Luis Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
196. ^ "San Luis Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
197. ^ The summit elevation of San Luis Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.098 m (+6.9 ft).
198. ^ "Wetterhorn Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
199. ^ The summit elevation of Wetterhorn Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.903 m (+6.2 ft).
200. ^ "Mount Muir". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
201. ^ The summit elevation of Mount Muir includes a vertical adjustment of +1.857 m (+6.1 ft).
202. ^ "Middle Palisade". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
203. ^ The summit elevation of Middle Palisade includes a vertical adjustment of +1.835 m (+6.0 ft).
204. ^ "Mount Wrangell West Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
205. ^ "Huron Peak". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
206. ^ "Huron Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
207. ^ The summit elevation of Huron Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +2.08 m (+6.8 ft).
208. ^ The summit elevation of Huron Peak includes a vertical offset of +0.6 m (+2.0 ft) from the benchmark.
209. ^ "Mount of the Holy Cross". NGS Station Datasheet. United States National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
210. ^ "Mount of the Holy Cross". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved February 17, 2010.
211. ^ The summit elevation of Mount of the Holy Cross includes a vertical adjustment of +1.926 m (+6.3 ft).
212. ^ "Sunshine Peak". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved March 13, 2010.
213. ^ The summit elevation of Sunshine Peak includes a vertical adjustment of +1.969 m (+6.5 ft).