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Canada 4000-meter Peaks

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M StateRange (Level 3)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount Logan59565247YTSaint Elias Mountains622.8 
2.Mount Fairweather46713951BC/AKSaint Elias Mountains200.3 
3.Mount Saint Elias54893409YT/AKSaint Elias Mountains41.2 
4.Mount Waddington40193279BCCoast Mountains562.4 
5.Mount Lucania52403040YTSaint Elias Mountains43.0 
6.Mount Vancouver48122692YTSaint Elias Mountains44.0 
7.Mount Hubbard45572437YT/AKSaint Elias Mountains34.3 
8.Mount Cook41942335YT/AKSaint Elias Mountains23.4 
9.Mount Augusta42891529YT/AKSaint Elias Mountains23.2 
10.Mount Walsh45061346YTSaint Elias Mountains18.8 
11.Mount Wood48401160YTSaint Elias Mountains19.0 
12.King Peak51731053YTSaint Elias Mountains4.7 
13.McArthur Peak4360920YTSaint Elias Mountains9.1 
14.Mount Strickland4240760YTSaint Elias Mountains7.3 
15.Mount Steele5000720YTSaint Elias Mountains9.4 
16.Avalanche Peak4228588YTSaint Elias Mountains4.5 
17.Mount Alverstone4420580YT/AKSaint Elias Mountains3.6 
18.Mount Slaggard4742502YTSaint Elias Mountains7.7 
19.Mount Craig4040480YTSaint Elias Mountains7.0 
20.Mount Macaulay4680440YTSaint Elias Mountains2.7 
21.Mount Quincy Adams4150410BC/AKSaint Elias Mountains4.3 
22.Mount Newton4200400YTSaint Elias Mountains4.6 
23.Mount Steele-Southeast Peak4280400YTSaint Elias Mountains5.7 
24.Logan-McArthur Ridge4097377YTSaint Elias Mountains4.7 
25.Mount Slaggard-Far South Peak4207367YTSaint Elias Mountains2.8 
26.Mount Kennedy4240360YTSaint Elias Mountains6.0 
26.Peak 41204120360YTSaint Elias Mountains4.4 
28.Mount Logan-Prospectors Peak5644324YTSaint Elias Mountains3.4 

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