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U.S. County High Points over 13,000 feet

RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)
1.AK-DenaliMount McKinley20,320West-Central Alaska Range
2.AK-YakutatMount Saint Elias18,008Southern Icefield Ranges
3.AK-Valdez-CordovaMount Bona16,500Northern Saint Elias Mountains
4.AK-Hoonah-AngoonMount Fairweather15,325Fairweather Range
5.AK-Matanuska-SusitnaMount Hunter14,573West-Central Alaska Range
6.CA-InyoMount Whitney14,495Sequoia Sierra Nevada
6.CA-TulareMount Whitney14,495Sequoia Sierra Nevada
8.CO-LakeMount Elbert14,433Sawatch Range
9.CO-ChaffeeMount Harvard14,420Sawatch Range
10.WA-PierceMount Rainier14,411South Washington Cascades
11.CO-AlamosaBlanca Peak14,345Sangre de Cristo Range
11.CO-CostillaBlanca Peak14,345Sangre de Cristo Range
13.CO-HuerfanoBlanca Peak-Northeast Slope14,320Sangre de Cristo Range
14.CO-HinsdaleUncompahgre Peak14,309San Juan Mountains
15.CO-SaguacheCrestone Peak14,294Sangre de Cristo Range
16.CO-ParkMount Lincoln14,286Central Colorado Ranges
17.CO-Clear CreekGrays Peak14,270Front Range
17.CO-SummitGrays Peak14,270Front Range
19.CO-GunnisonCastle Peak14,265Elk Range Area
19.CO-PitkinCastle Peak14,265Elk Range Area
21.CO-BoulderLongs Peak14,255Front Range
22.CO-DoloresMount Wilson14,246San Juan Mountains
22.CA-MonoWhite Mountain Peak14,246West Great Basin Ranges
24.CA-FresnoNorth Palisade14,242Central Sierra Nevada
25.CO-CusterCrestone Peak-East Peak14,240Sangre de Cristo Range
26.CA-SiskiyouMount Shasta14,162California Cascades
27.CO-OurayMount Sneffels14,150San Juan Mountains
28.CO-El PasoPikes Peak14,110Front Range
29.CO-La PlataWindom Peak14,087San Juan Mountains
30.CO-San MiguelWilson Peak14,017San Juan Mountains
31.CO-EagleMount of the Holy Cross14,005Sawatch Range
32.CO-MineralPhoenix Peak13,895San Juan Mountains
33.CO-San JuanVermilion Peak13,894San Juan Mountains
34.AK-Southeast FairbanksMount Hayes13,832Hayes Range
35.WY-FremontGannett Peak13,804Wind River Range
35.WY-SubletteGannett Peak13,804Wind River Range
37.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea13,796Hawaii Big Island
38.WY-TetonGrand Teton13,770Teton Range-Yellowstone Area
39.CO-Las AnimasWest Spanish Peak13,626Sangre de Cristo Range
40.CO-LarimerHagues Peak13,560Front Range
41.CO-GrandPettingell Peak13,553Front Range
42.UT-DuchesneKings Peak13,528Uinta Range
43.UT-SummitGilbert Peak13,442Uinta Range
44.CO-ArchuletaSummit Peak13,300San Juan Mountains
45.CO-GilpinJames Peak13,294Front Range
46.CO-MontezumaHesperus Mountain13,232San Juan Mountains
47.CO-Rio GrandeBennett Peak13,203San Juan Mountains
48.CO-ConejosConejos Peak13,172San Juan Mountains
49.WY-Big HornCloud Peak13,167Bighorn Mountains
49.WY-JohnsonCloud Peak13,167Bighorn Mountains
51.NM-TaosWheeler Peak13,161Sangre de Cristo Range
52.WY-ParkFrancs Peak13,153Absaroka Range
53.CA-MaderaMount Ritter13,143Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada
54.NV-EsmeraldaBoundary Peak13,140West Great Basin Ranges
55.CA-TuolumneMount Lyell13,114Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada
56.CO-FremontBushnell Peak13,105Sangre de Cristo Range
57.NM-MoraTruchas Peak13,102Sangre de Cristo Range
57.NM-Rio ArribaTruchas Peak13,102Sangre de Cristo Range
59.NV-White PineWheeler Peak13,063East Central Great Basin Ranges
60.CO-TellerDevils Playground13,060Front Range

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List Description

List Info

This list shows all the peaks that are over 13,00 feet high and also the highest point in a county (or equivalent) of the United States. Seven of these peaks are in Alaska (6) or Hawaii (1). Note that over half the counties on this list are in Colorado.

Acknowledgements

  • Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1992 by Andy Martin, with help from David Olson and Dinesh Desai.
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