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USA Lower 48 Range4 High Points

RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-M State Prom-M Isol-Km
1.Sequoia Sierra NevadaMount Whitney4418California30712649.5
2.Sawatch RangeMount Elbert4399Colorado27651079.1
3.South Washington CascadesMount Rainier4392Washington40261176.7
4.Sangre de Cristo RangeBlanca Peak4372Colorado1623166.4
5.San Juan MountainsUncompahgre Peak4361Colorado1303136.8
6.Central Colorado RangesMount Lincoln4354Colorado117736.2
7.Front RangeGrays Peak4349Colorado83840.2
8.Elk Range AreaCastle Peak4348Colorado71533.6
9.West Great Basin RangesWhite Mountain Peak4342California2193108.6
10.Central Sierra NevadaNorth Palisade4341California88251.8
11.California CascadesMount Shasta4317California2976538.7
12.Wind River RangeGannett Peak4207Wyoming2156467.3
13.Teton Range-Yellowstone AreaGrand Teton4197Wyoming1990111.6
14.Uinta RangeKings Peak4123Utah1935268.0
15.Bighorn MountainsCloud Peak4013Wyoming2154233.4
16.Absaroka RangeFrancs Peak4009Wyoming123676.0
17.Yosemite-Ritter Sierra NevadaMount Ritter4006California120635.4
18.East Central Great Basin RangesWheeler Peak3982Nevada2306373.0
19.Southern Wyoming RangesClark Peak3947Colorado83826.4
20.CanyonlandsMount Peale3877Utah1878117.1
21.Lost River-Lemhi RangesBorah Peak3859Idaho1823242.6
22.Central Arizona HighlandsHumphreys Peak3851Arizona1841395.7
23.Flat Tops AreaFlat Top Mountain3765Colorado122965.6
24.Park RangeMount Zirkel3712Colorado105460.6
25.Central Utah PlateausDelano Peak3709Utah1429180.5
26.Southern Sierra NevadaOlancha Peak3695California94023.9
27.Sawtooth-Ketchum-Boise AreaHyndman Peak3660Idaho146548.5
28.Southeast New Mexico RangesSierra Blanca Peak3649New Mexico1686266.7
29.West Central Nevada RangesMount Jefferson3640Nevada1787158.7
30.Wasatch RangeMount Nebo3636Utah1673121.6
31.South Great Basin RangesCharleston Peak3632Nevada2512217.5
32.Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra NevadaLeavitt Peak3526California62418.2
33.Southeast Colorado PlateauChicoma Mountain3524New Mexico130556.8
34.Transverse RangesSan Gorgonio Mountain3505California2528261.5
35.Bitterroot RangeScott Peak3473Idaho129131.5
36.Wyoming Overthrust Belt RangesWyoming Peak3468Wyoming107881.8
37.Oregon CascadesMount Hood3426Oregon234992.2
38.Central Montana RangesCrazy Peak3417Montana174171.8
39.West Central Montana RangesTweedy Mountain3400Montana1157120.7
40.East Great Basin RangesDeseret Peak3362Utah177174.0
41.Southwest New Mexico RangesWhitewater Baldy3321New Mexico107883.0
42.Peninsular Southern California RangesSan Jacinto Peak3304California253632.7
43.North Great Basin RangesMatterhorn3303Nevada142597.2
44.North CascadesMount Baker3286Washington2686211.7
45.Southeast Arizona RangesMount Graham3267Arizona1926132.6
46.Southwest Montana RangesHollowtop Mountain3232Montana118454.8
47.Glacier National Park RangesMount Cleveland3190Montana1593159.9
48.Salmon River MountainsWhite Mountain West3183Idaho114747.6
49.Navajo AreaNavajo Mountain3153Utah128894.3
50.Roan CliffsStrawberry Peak3150Utah71331.3
51.Great Divide Basin AreaFerris Mountain3059Wyoming99989.0
52.Southeast Idaho RangesMeade Peak3035Idaho75537.7
53.Northwest Great Basin RangesEagle Peak3015California1326140.6
54.Wallowa MountainsSacajawea Peak2999Oregon1947202.0
55.Northwest Montana RangesMcDonald Peak2993Montana1719127.8
56.Southern Great PlainsFishers Peak2934Colorado55749.9
57.Bob Marshall RangesRed Mountain2868Montana115884.3
58.Western Idaho RangesShe Devil2865Idaho158550.6
59.Grand Canyon PlateausKaibab Plateau High Point2804Arizona1091111.2
60.Northern Sierra NevadaMount Lola2788California63035.5
61.Blue MountainsRock Creek Butte2776Oregon136269.9
62.South Columbia PlateauStrawberry Mountain2755Oregon124374.2
63.Klamath MountainsMount Eddy2751California155623.5
64.Clearwater MountainsStripe Mountain2744Idaho63525.1
65.Trans-Pecos Texas RangesGuadalupe Peak2667Texas924116.9
66.Northwest Arizona RangesHualapai Peak2566Arizona1354153.2
67.Northern California Coast RangeSouth Yolla Bolly Mountain2467California146798.9
68.Olympic MountainsMount Olympus2429Washington2389173.7
69.Mojave Desert RangesClark Mountain2410California129046.9
70.Central Great PlainsBald Mountain2402Colorado1957.2
71.North Sonoran Desert RangesBaboquivari Peak2357Arizona127867.5
72.Black HillsHarney Peak2207South Dakota890225.6
73.Canadian Great PlainsWest Butte2128Montana1107130.2
74.Central Blue Ridge RangesMount Mitchell2037North Carolina18561913.5
75.Great Smoky MountainsClingmans Dome2025Tennessee/North Carolina1373113.8
76.White MountainsMount Washington1917New Hampshire18741318.9
77.Western Blue Ridge RangesRoan High Knob1916North Carolina/Tennessee106330.2
78.Southern Blue Ridge FrontGrandfather Mountain1812North Carolina73923.9
79.Central California Coast RangesJunipero Serra Peak1787California1356212.1
80.North Columbia PlateauIndian Rock1782Washington78249.0
81.Northern US Great PlainsRed Benchmark1661Montana35035.3
82.Adirondack MountainsMount Marcy1629New York1498208.6
83.Longfellow MountainsKatahdin1606Maine1307254.8
84.Allegheny MountainsSpruce Knob1482West Virginia848282.3
85.Southern Appalachian RidgesBalsam Beartown Mountain1436Virginia65045.4
86.Central Appalachian RidgesElleber Knob1401West Virginia30317.8
87.Green MountainsMount Mansfield1339Vermont110783.6
88.Oregon Coast RangeMount Bolivar1316Oregon75521.9
89.Northern Blue RidgeApple Orchard Mountain1288Virginia86154.2
90.Cumberland MountainsHigh Knob1287Virginia62364.9
91.Catskill MountainsSlide Mountain1274New York1000219.5
92.Taconic RangeEquinox Mountain1170Vermont92617.8
93.New England UplandEast Mountain1048Vermont67619.4
94.Washington Coastal HillsBoistfort Peak951Washington81755.5
95.Cumberland PlateauHinch Mountain929Tennessee48456.5
96.PiedmontBuzzard Roost908North Carolina53028.0
97.Northern Appalachian RidgesWills Mountain847Pennsylvania43217.6
98.Ouachita MountainsMagazine Mountain839Arkansas650612.9
99.Allegheny PlateauElk Hill817Pennsylvania39063.9
100.Ozark PlateauBuffalo Lookout781Arkansas11077.6
101.Superior UplandEagle Mountain701Minnesota402703.4
102.Upper Mississippi AreaHeight of Land Lookout611Minnesota206215.0
103.Lower Peninsula-HeartlandBriar Hill520Michigan317259.4
104.Mid-Atlantic HighlandsSchunnemunk Mountain507New York35535.4
105.Southeast CoastLebanon Mountain238Mississippi8650.7
106.Mid-Atlantic Coastal PlainCrawford Hill116New Jersey9824.1

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