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Appalachian Mountain Range4 High Points

RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-M
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State Prom-M
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Isol-Km
7.Allegheny MountainsSpruce Knob1482West Virginia854282.3
20.Allegheny PlateauElk Hill823Pennsylvania39963.9
13.Catskill MountainsSlide Mountain1280New York1009219.5
9.Central Appalachian RidgesElleber Knob1401West Virginia30317.8
1.Central Blue Ridge RangesMount Mitchell2037North Carolina18581913.5
12.Cumberland MountainsHigh Knob1287Virginia62964.9
17.Cumberland PlateauHinch Mountain929Tennessee49056.5
2.Great Smoky MountainsClingmans Dome2025Tennessee/North Carolina1379113.8
10.Green MountainsMount Mansfield1339Vermont111383.6
21.Gulf of Saint Lawrence AppalachiansMount Carleton820New Brunswick630134.7
6.Longfellow MountainsKatahdin1606Maine1310254.8
26.Mid-Atlantic Coastal PlainCrawford Hill122New Jersey11024.1
24.Mid-Atlantic HighlandsSchunnemunk Mountain507New York36135.4
16.New England UplandEast Mountain1048Vermont68219.4
22.NewfoundlandThe Cabox812Newfoundland812500.6
19.Northern Appalachian RidgesWills Mountain853Pennsylvania44417.6
11.Northern Blue RidgeApple Orchard Mountain1288Virginia86754.2
14.Notre Dame MountainsMont Jacques-Cartier1268Québec1100405.7
23.Nova ScotiaWhite Hill535Nova Scotia535151.6
18.PiedmontBuzzard Roost908North Carolina54228.0
25.Southeast CoastLebanon Mountain244Mississippi9850.7
8.Southern Appalachian RidgesBalsam Beartown Mountain1436Virginia65645.4
5.Southern Blue Ridge FrontGrandfather Mountain1812North Carolina75123.9
15.Taconic RangeEquinox Mountain1176Vermont93817.8
4.Western Blue Ridge RangesRoan High Knob1916North Carolina/Tennessee107530.2
3.White MountainsMount Washington1917New Hampshire18801318.9

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