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RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-Ft Country Prom-Ft Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Savoy AlpsMont Blanc15,781France/Italy15,4101747.3 
2.Pennine AlpsMonte Rosa15,203Switzerland710348.7 
3.Berner OberlandFinsteraarhorn14,022Switzerland748032.1 
4.Dauphine AlpsBarre des Écrins13,458France670666.8 
5.Graian AlpsGran Paradiso13,323Italy616427.7 
6.Rhaetian AlpsPiz Bernina13,284Switzerland732985.7 
7.OrtlesOrtles12,812Italy640830.9 
8.Cottian AlpsMonte Viso12,602Italy676537.6 
9.Hohe TauernGroßglockner12,461Austria7966108.9 
10.Tirol AlpenWildspitze12,362Austria741830.2 
11.Urner AlpsDammastock11,909Switzerland480614.5 
12.Glarus AlpsTödi11,857Switzerland515126.2 
13.Brenta-Adamello-Garda GroupCima Presanella11,673Italy549811.5 
14.Lepontine AlpsMonte Leone11,654Italy/Switzerland37507.6 
15.Western Austria AlpsPiz Linard11,188Switzerland337015.5 
16.DolomitesMarmolada10,965Italy698935.7 
17.Maritime AlpsArgentera10,817Italy424933.0 
18.Noric AlpsGrosser Hafner10,092Austria28485.3 
19.Orobie AlpsPizzo di Coca10,007Italy616214.4 
20.SalzkammergutHoher Dachstein9826Austria700829.6 
21.Bavarian AlpsZugspitze9718Germany/Austria572826.6 
22.KitzbuhelHochkönig9649Austria715623.2 
23.Julian AlpsTriglav9396Slovenia673250.4 
24.Niedere TauernHochgolling9390Austria368816.2 
25.Carnic AlpsMonte Coglians9121Austria/Italy375422.8 
26.KarawankenGrintovec8392Slovenia559733.1 
27.Saint Gallen AlpsSäntis8209Switzerland662817.2 
28.Eastern AustriaHochtor7772Austria498712.9 

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