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RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Isol-MiStateRadius-MiBearing
1.Mount Whitney14,49510,0751646.3California176.75W
2.Mount Elbert14,4339073670.6Colorado517.8ENE
3.Blanca Peak14,3455326103.4Colorado542.9ENE
4.Uncompahgre Peak14,309427785.0Colorado443.46ENE
5.Crestone Peak14,294453427.4Colorado541.64ENE
6.Mount Wilson14,246402433.0Colorado411.52ENE
6.White Mountain Peak14,246719667.5California198.8WNW
8.Mount Shasta14,1629762334.7California523.64NW
9.Pikes Peak14,110551060.6Colorado583.59ENE
10.Culebra Peak14,047480735.4Colorado556.25E
11.Gannett Peak13,8047076290.4Wyoming565.53NNE
12.Grand Teton13,770653069.4Wyoming571.18NNE
13.Kings Peak13,5286348166.6Utah409.77NE
14.Mount Ritter13,143395722.0California246.66WNW
15.Truchas Peak13,102400142.3New Mexico531.11E
16.Wheeler Peak13,0637563231.8Nevada199.66NNE
17.Mount Peale12,721616172.8Utah361.2ENE
18.Borah Peak12,6625982150.8Idaho554.96N
19.Humphreys Peak12,6336039245.9Arizona203.15ESE
20.Flat Top Mountain12,354403440.8Colorado512.57ENE
21.Diamond Peak12,197537731.8Idaho561.23N
22.Delano Peak12,1694689112.1Utah215.46NE
23.Ibapah Peak12,087524761.2Utah261.27NNE
24.Mount Moriah12,067490720.3Nevada220.42NNE
25.Hyndman Peak12,009480930.1Idaho526.2N
26.Sierra Blanca Peak11,9735533165.7New Mexico564.3ESE
27.Mount Jefferson11,941586198.6Nevada202.88NNW
28.Mount Nebo11,928548875.6Utah312.5NE
29.Charleston Peak11,9168241135.2Nevada30.87WNW
30.North Schell Peak11,883540323.5Nevada225.85N
31.Castle Peak11,815401527.3Idaho544.3N
32.Arc Dome11,773521323.1Nevada219.67NNW
33.Mount Timpanogos11,749526939.6Utah347.93NNE
34.Mount Patterson11,673415318.5California276.47NW
35.Fish Lake Hightop11,633415335.5Utah251.84NE
36.Chicoma Mountain11,561428135.3New Mexico489.65E
37.Mount Ellen11,522584256.0Utah273.91ENE
38.Currant Mountain11,513457552.8Nevada189.59N
39.San Gorgonio Mountain11,4998294162.5California171.61SW
40.Mount Baldy11,4034723154.0Arizona352.96ESE
41.Scott Peak11,393423319.6Idaho578.34NNE
42.Ruby Dome11,387479394.7Nevada307.79N
43.Abajo Peak11,360455039.9Utah334.44ENE
44.Hole in the Mountain Peak11,306484926.6Nevada330.05N
45.Mount Taylor11,301409486.8New Mexico428.19E
46.Troy Peak11,298479040.0Nevada149.46N
47.Mount Grant11,280392028.1Nevada259.25NW
48.Monroe Peak11,227410717.2Utah235.09NE
49.Telescope Peak11,048616857.2California107.88W
50.Deseret Peak11,031581246.0Utah326.25NNE
51.San Jacinto Peak10,839831920.3California184.43SSW
52.Matterhorn10,838467860.4Nevada389.64N
53.Mount Graham10,720632082.4Arizona384.87SE
54.Pilot Peak10,716572653.7Nevada339.92N
55.Sandia Crest10,678409845.3New Mexico492.85E
56.Flat Top Mountain10,620537023.8Utah331.66NNE
57.Lassen Peak10,457522971.4California455.08NW
58.McAfee Peak10,438415835.6Nevada372.1N
59.Signal Peak10,365448535.0Utah121.4NE
60.Navajo Mountain10,346422658.6Utah244.98ENE
61.Cache Peak10,339445981.8Idaho422.98N
62.Mount San Antonio10,064622442.5California191.64SW
63.Ute Peak9979401934.3Colorado361.26ENE
64.Mount Augusta9966436614.8Nevada277.15NNW
65.Hayford Peak9912539233.8Nevada33.52N
66.Eagle Peak9892435287.4California445.47NW
67.Star Peak9836540069.0Nevada341.96NNW
68.Mount Tobin9775483135.4Nevada317.54NNW
69.Chiricahua Peak9759513964.2Arizona449.53SE
70.Steens Mountain97334373124.7Oregon482.32NNW
71.Granite Peak9732439782.4Nevada401.47NNW
72.Mount Lewis9680428034.9Nevada306.51NNW
73.Swasey Peak9669450940.7Utah243.7NNE
74.Frisco Peak9660402036.3Utah191.84NNE
75.Mount McLoughlin9495445569.5Oregon577.71NW
76.Miller Peak9466500666.5Arizona432.4SE
77.Mount Wrightson9453457838.8Arizona395.73SE
78.Piper Peak9450408316.1Nevada185.21NW
79.Duffer Peak9428413955.1Nevada424.78NNW
80.Black Pine Mountains High Point9395407520.1Idaho426.18NNE
81.Oxford Peak9282400226.6Idaho451.75NNE
82.Mount Lemmon9157515751.5Arizona358.46SE
83.Jackson Mountains High Point9095486329.2Nevada395.51NNW
84.Strawberry Mountain9040408046.1Oregon592.68NNW
85.Mount Eddy9025510514.6California530.83NW
86.Tin Mountain8953399328.1California136.91WNW
87.Mount Pinos8831480082.9California243.36WSW
88.Grapevine Peak8738456217.8Nevada123.51WNW
89.Toro Peak8716399620.7California196.8SSW
90.Mica Mountain8664460820.6Arizona379.49SE
91.Hualapai Peak8417443995.2Arizona103.67SE
92.South Yolla Bolly Mountain8094481461.5California496.13NW
93.Clark Mountain7907423229.1California50.96SSW
94.Pinal Peak7850409035.1Arizona316.92SE
95.Baboquivari Peak7734419442.0Arizona366.18SE
96.Mormon Peak7414401427.6Nevada66.14NNE
97.Junipero Serra Peak58624447131.8California349.38W
98.Santiago Peak5687438733.6California217.07SW

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