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RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M LocationRange (Level 3)
1.Jungfrau4158687SwitzNorthern Alps
2.Barre des Écrins41022044FranceWestern Alps
3.Monte Viso38412062ItalyWestern Alps
4.Großglockner37982428AustriaEastern Alps
5.Dammastock36301465SwitzNorthern Alps
6.Tödi36141570SwitzNorthern Alps
7.Cima Presanella35581676ItalySouthern Alps
8.Monte Leone35521143Italy/SwitzSouthern Alps
9.Mulhacén34793289SpainAndalucian Ranges
10.Piz Linard34101027SwitzNorthern Alps
11.Pico de Aneto34042812SpainPyrenees
12.Hochalmspitze3360942AustriaEastern Alps
13.Etna33233323ItalySicily
14.Argentera32971295ItalyWestern Alps
15.Habicht3277 AustriaEastern Alps
16.Basòdino3272959Switz/ItalySouthern Alps
17.Monte Antelao32641735ItalyEastern Alps
18.Hoher Riffler31681341AustriaNorthern Alps
19.Flüela-Wisshorn3085632SwitzSouthern Alps
20.Pizzo di Coca30501878ItalySouthern Alps
21.Hoher Dachstein29952136AustriaEastern Alps
22.Pic de Coma Pedrosa2943434AndorraPyrenees
23.Hochkönig29412181AustriaNorthern Alps
24.Triglav28642052SloveniaEastern Alps
25.Hochgolling28621124AustriaEastern Alps
26.Polinik27841580AustriaEastern Alps
27.Monte Coglians27801144Austria/ItalyEastern Alps
28.Jôf di Montasio27531597ItalyEastern Alps
29.Gerlachovský štít26542354SlovakiaCarpathian Mountains
30.Torrecerredo26481931SpainCordillera Cantabrica
31.Birnhorn26341665AustriaNorthern Alps
32.Grauspitze2599353Liech/SwitzNorthern Alps
33.Pico Almanzor25911689SpainCastile Ranges
34.Grintovec25581706SloveniaEastern Alps
35.Moldoveanu25442046RomaniaSouthern Carpathians
36.Parângu Mare25192103RomaniaSouthern Carpathians
37.Peleaga25091759RomaniaSouthern Carpathians
38.Rysy-North Peak24999Poland/SlovakiaCarpathian Mountains
39.Eisenhut2441800AustriaEastern Alps
40.Grigna Settentrionale24101687ItalySouthern Alps
41.Hochtor23691520AustriaEastern Alps
42.Montanha do Pico23512351PortugalNorth Atlantic Islands
42.Grimming23511518AustriaEastern Alps
42.Brienzer Rothorn23511343SwitzNorthern Alps
45.Vârful Pietrosu23031578RomaniaCarpathian Mountains
46.Hochschwab22771045AustriaEastern Alps
47.Serra Dolcedorme22671715ItalyAppenines
48.Pointe d'Arcalod22171719FranceWestern Alps
49.Großer Speikkogel2140971AustriaEastern Alps
50.Hochplatte2082967Germany-BYNorthern Alps
51.Gora Goverla2061721UkraineCarpathian Mountains
52.Serra da Estrela19931201PortugalPortugal-Galicia
53.Berchtesgadener Hochthron19721278Germany-BYNorthern Alps
54.Montalto19551709ItalyAppenines
55.Kreuzkopf1910479Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps
56.Puy de Sancy18851578FranceMassif Central
57.Hinterstaufen17821060Germany-BYNorthern Alps
58.Karkopf1738842Germany-BYNorthern Alps
59.Crêt de la Neige17201267FranceNorth France-West Rhine Area
59.Hochlantsch1720634AustriaEastern Alps
61.Trainsjoch1707449Germany-BYNorthern Alps
62.Wertacher Hoernle1695540Germany-BYNorthern Alps
63.Imbergerhorn1655380Germany-BYNorthern Alps
64.Hohe Bleick1638545Germany-BYNorthern Alps
65.Sorgschrofen1635571Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps
66.Sněžka16021202Czech Republic/PolandBohemian Ranges
67.Wildspitz1580789SwitzNorthern Alps
68.Chasseral Ouest15522SwitzNorth France-West Rhine Area
69.Crêt Pela1495 FranceNorth France-West Rhine Area
70.Hasenmatt1445618SwitzNorth France-West Rhine Area
71.Ben Nevis13441344UK-ScotlandGreat Britain
72.Mont Raimeux1302533SwitzNorth France-West Rhine Area
73.Salmaser Hohe1254478Germany-BYNorthern Alps
74.Schwarzenberg1208389Germany-BYNorthern Alps
75.Kneifelspitze1189380Germany-BYNorthern Alps
76.Hirschenstein1089496Germany-BYBohemian Ranges
77.Schwarzriegel1079390Germany-BYBohemian Ranges
78.Schneeberg1051474Germany-BYBohemian Ranges
79.Scafell Pike978912UK-EnglandGreat Britain
80.Slaettaratindur882882Faroe IslandsNorwegian Sea Islands
81.Slieve Donard853825UK-N IrelandIreland
82.Lausche793369Germany/Czech RepublicBohemian Ranges
83.Snaefell621621Isle of ManGreat Britain
84.Łysica612362PolandSoutheast Baltic Plains
85.Balanesti430285MoldovaUkrainian Plains
86.Rock of Gibraltar426423GibraltarAndalucian Ranges
87.Jersey High Point136136JerseyGreat Britain
88.Le Moulin114114GuernseyGreat Britain
89.Vatican High Point72 Vatican CityWestern Italy

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