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San Diego CA 50 Finest

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Isol-Mi
1.Hot Springs Mountain6533261316.6
2.Cuyamaca Peak6512285525.4
3.Cuyapaipe Peak6378157814.1
4.Combs Peak619313135.7
5.San Ysidro Mountain61479475.0
6.Palomar Mountain6140285613.5
7.North Peak599312734.3
8.Middle Peak58838032.0
9.South Combs Peak58637831.9
10.In-Ko-Pah Peak58188983.8
11.Stonewall Peak57308602.1
12.Volcan Mountain571915599.1
13.Granite Mountain563319536.9
14.Whale Peak534927009.6
15.Mile High Mountain532010901.8
16.Guatay Mountain48858853.3
17.Long Valley Peak48808002.9
18.Los Pinos Mountain48058455.1
19.Agua Tibia Mountain47798482.1
20.Angel Mountain455511555.2
21.Jacumba Mountain451212723.7
22.South Angel448110412.4
23.Pine Mountain422111804.4
24.Viejas Mountain418716278.1
25.Indianhead39607601.7
26.Grapevine Mountain39558754.0
27.Storm Canyon Mountain39029822.3
28.Rodriguez Mountain38868862.6
29.Tecate Peak3885188510.7
30.Gaskill Peak383611967.4
31.Hauser Mountain38088283.4
32.Lyons Peak372013603.8
33.El Cajon Mountain367519556.6
34.Sunset Mountain365710573.3
35.Vallecito Mountains High Point35838034.8
36.Otay Mountain356620868.8
37.Coyote Mountain319215925.9
38.Margarita Peak3189102910.3
39.Miller Mountain29538933.1
40.Woodson Mountain289414549.7
41.Stage Benchmark281610162.7
42.Sycuan Peak28018014.4
43.North Iron Mountain27038451.2
44.San Miguel Mountain256515458.6
45.Little Tecate Peak23668862.5
46.Flinn Peak22589785.2
47.Pala Mountain214010804.6
48.Jamul Mountains205910193.3
49.Mount Whitney (San Diego Co)173610367.1
50.San Onofre Mountain17259858.2
51.Cowles Mountain15919919.4
52.Black Mountain15528928.0
53.Del Dios Peak14708103.8

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