U.S. County High Points over 13,000 feet - 48 States
Showing Greg Slayden's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (36 out of 53, or 67.92%)
|Rank||County||Peak|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 4)||Ascent Date|
|1.||CA-Inyo||Mount Whitney||14,495||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||1989-06-13 a|
|1.||CA-Tulare||Mount Whitney||14,495||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||1989-06-13 a|
|3.||CO-Lake||Mount Elbert||14,433||Sawatch Range||1989-04-25 b|
|4.||CO-Chaffee||Mount Harvard||14,420||Sawatch Range||1990-09-05|
|5.||WA-Pierce||Mount Rainier||14,411||South Washington Cascades||1994-07-20 b|
|6.||CO-Alamosa||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||2010-09-04 b|
|6.||CO-Costilla||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||2010-09-04 b|
|8.||CO-Huerfano||Blanca Peak-Northeast Slope||14,320||Sangre de Cristo Range||2010-09-04 a|
|9.||CO-Hinsdale||Uncompahgre Peak||14,309||San Juan Mountains|| |
|10.||CO-Saguache||Crestone Peak||14,294||Sangre de Cristo Range||2010-09-03 a|
|11.||CO-Park||Mount Lincoln||14,286||Central Colorado Ranges||1997-07-27 c|
|12.||CO-Clear Creek||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||1990-09-03 f|
|12.||CO-Summit||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||1990-09-03 f|
|14.||CO-Gunnison||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2010-09-10|
|14.||CO-Pitkin||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2010-09-10|
|16.||CO-Boulder||Longs Peak||14,255||Front Range||1994-07-12|
|17.||CO-Dolores||Mount Wilson||14,246||San Juan Mountains|| |
|17.||CA-Mono||White Mountain Peak||14,246||West Great Basin Ranges||2011-09-10|
|19.||CA-Fresno||North Palisade||14,242||Central Sierra Nevada||2009-09-07|
|20.||CO-Custer||Crestone Peak-East Peak||14,240||Sangre de Cristo Range||2010-09-03 b|
|21.||CA-Siskiyou||Mount Shasta||14,162||California Cascades||1992-08-20|
|22.||CO-Ouray||Mount Sneffels||14,150||San Juan Mountains||2010-09-05|
|23.||CO-El Paso||Pikes Peak||14,110||Front Range||1990-09-07|
|24.||CO-La Plata||Windom Peak||14,087||San Juan Mountains|| |
|25.||CO-San Miguel||Wilson Peak||14,017||San Juan Mountains||2010-09-07|
|26.||CO-Eagle||Mount of the Holy Cross||14,005||Sawatch Range|| |
|27.||CO-Mineral||Phoenix Peak||13,895||San Juan Mountains|| |
|28.||CO-San Juan||Vermilion Peak||13,894||San Juan Mountains||2010-09-06|
|29.||WY-Fremont||Gannett Peak||13,804||Wind River Range||1994-08-01|
|29.||WY-Sublette||Gannett Peak||13,804||Wind River Range||1994-08-01|
|31.||WY-Teton||Grand Teton||13,770||Teton Range-Yellowstone Area||1992-09-13|
|32.||CO-Las Animas||West Spanish Peak||13,626||Sangre de Cristo Range|| |
|33.||CO-Larimer||Hagues Peak||13,560||Front Range|| |
|34.||CO-Grand||Pettingell Peak||13,553||Front Range||2010-09-11 a|
|35.||UT-Duchesne||Kings Peak||13,528||Uinta Range||1989-05-19|
|36.||UT-Summit||Gilbert Peak||13,442||Uinta Range|| |
|37.||CO-Archuleta||Summit Peak||13,300||San Juan Mountains|| |
|38.||CO-Gilpin||James Peak||13,294||Front Range|| |
|39.||CO-Montezuma||Hesperus Mountain||13,232||San Juan Mountains|| |
|40.||CO-Rio Grande||Bennett Peak||13,203||San Juan Mountains|| |
|41.||CO-Conejos||Conejos Peak||13,172||San Juan Mountains|| |
|42.||WY-Big Horn||Cloud Peak||13,167||Bighorn Mountains||1992-09-10|
|42.||WY-Johnson||Cloud Peak||13,167||Bighorn Mountains||1992-09-10|
|44.||NM-Taos||Wheeler Peak||13,161||Sangre de Cristo Range||1989-05-09 c|
|45.||WY-Park||Francs Peak||13,153||Absaroka Range|| |
|46.||CA-Madera||Mount Ritter||13,143||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2009-09-09|
|47.||NV-Esmeralda||Boundary Peak||13,140||West Great Basin Ranges||1989-06-10|
|48.||CA-Tuolumne||Mount Lyell||13,114||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2009-09-11 a|
|49.||CO-Fremont||Bushnell Peak||13,105||Sangre de Cristo Range|| |
|50.||NM-Mora||Truchas Peak||13,102||Sangre de Cristo Range|| |
|50.||NM-Rio Arriba||Truchas Peak||13,102||Sangre de Cristo Range|| |
|52.||NV-White Pine||Wheeler Peak||13,063||East Central Great Basin Ranges||1992-08-30|
|53.||CO-Teller||Devils Playground||13,060||Front Range||2010-09-01 a|
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This list shows all the peaks that are over 13,00 feet high and also the highest point in a county (or equivalent) in the 48 contiguous United States. Note that well over half the counties on this list are in Colorado. Bob Packard climbed all of these summits by 1997.
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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