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RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)
1.Crestone Peak14,2944534USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
2.Castle Peak14,2652345USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
3.Mount Wilson14,2464024USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
4.Mount Belford14,1971317USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
4.Crestone Needle14,197437USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
6.Kit Carson Mountain14,1651005USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
7.El Diente14,159239USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
8.Mount Oxford14,153633USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
9.Capitol Peak14,1301730USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
10.Pikes Peak14,1105510USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
11.Snowmass Mountain14,0921132USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
12.Windom Peak14,0872167USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
13.Mount Eolus14,0841004USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
14.Challenger Point14,081281USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
15.Humboldt Peak14,0641184USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
16.Sunlight Peak14,059379USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
17.Culebra Peak14,0474807USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
18.Mount Lindsey14,0421522USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
18.Ellingwood Point14,042322USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
20.Little Bear Peak14,037357USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
21.San Luis Peak14,0143113USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
21.North Maroon Peak14,014214USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
23.Mount of the Holy Cross14,0052111USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains
24.Cloud Peak13,1677067USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies
25.Mount Peale12,7216161USA-UTColorado Plateau
26.Diamond Peak12,1975377USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
27.Ibapah Peak12,0875247USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges
28.Hyndman Peak12,0094809USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
29.Sierra Blanca Peak11,9735533USA-NMSouthwest Basins and Ranges
30.Mount Jefferson11,9415861USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
31.Mount Nebo11,9285488USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains
32.North Schell Peak11,8835403USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
33.Arc Dome11,7735213USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
34.Mount Timpanogos11,7495269USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains
35.Mount Ellen11,5225842USA-UTColorado Plateau
36.San Gorgonio Mountain11,4998294USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges
37.Mount Baldy11,4034723USA-AZColorado Plateau
38.Ruby Dome11,3874793USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
39.Crazy Peak11,2095709USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains
40.Deseret Peak11,0315812USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges
41.San Jacinto Peak10,8398319USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges
42.Matterhorn10,8384678USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
43.Pilot Peak10,7165726USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
44.Flat Top Mountain10,6205370USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges
45.Mount Cleveland10,4665226USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains
46.Cache Peak10,3394459USA-IDGreat Basin Ranges
47.Mount San Antonio10,0646224USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges
48.Hayford Peak99125392USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
49.Star Peak98365400USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
50.McDonald Peak98205640USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains
51.Hurwal Divide9776856USA-ORColumbia Plateau
52.Petes Point96751235USA-ORColumbia Plateau
53.Twin Peaks96731953USA-ORColumbia Plateau
54.Chief Joseph Mountain9616776USA-ORColumbia Plateau
55.Red Mountain95601960USA-ORColumbia Plateau
56.Cusick Mountain9518878USA-ORColumbia Plateau
57.Miller Peak94665006USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges
58.He Devil9400600USA-IDColumbia Plateau
58.Sentinel Peak9400520USA-ORColumbia Plateau
60.Hurricane Divide South9386966USA-ORColumbia Plateau
61.Elkhorn Peak92331860USA-ORColumbia Plateau
62.Glacier Mountain9169849USA-ORColumbia Plateau
63.Krag Peak90801240USA-ORColumbia Plateau
64.Needle Point90181458USA-ORColumbia Plateau
65.Eagle Lake East8924764USA-ORColumbia Plateau
66.Marble Mountain8921681USA-ORColumbia Plateau
67.Cougar Pond Southwest8920760USA-ORColumbia Plateau
68.Twin Mountain88971337USA-ORColumbia Plateau
69.Ruby Peak8884644USA-ORColumbia Plateau
70.Blue Lake Southwest8839519USA-ORColumbia Plateau
71.Long Lake South8820500USA-ORColumbia Plateau
72.Lookout Mountain8800960USA-ORColumbia Plateau
73.Snowshoe Peak87385418USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains
73.Grapevine Peak87384562USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges
75.Culver Lake South8676716USA-ORColumbia Plateau
76.Chimney Lake North8675595USA-ORColumbia Plateau
77.Granite Creek East8627547USA-ORColumbia Plateau
78.Cached Lake South8587547USA-ORColumbia Plateau
79.Lostline River-Moccasin Lake8441685USA-ORColumbia Plateau
80.Hualapai Peak84174439USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges
81.North Minam Creek-Bear Creek8352632USA-ORColumbia Plateau
82.Hidden Lake North8335575USA-ORColumbia Plateau
83.Sugarloaf Mountain7960600USA-ORColumbia Plateau
84.Ironside Mountain78112211USA-ORColumbia Plateau
85.Fields Peak73622322USA-ORColumbia Plateau
86.Mount Washington62886148USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians
87.Schreiner Peak57102350USA-ORCascade Range

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