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Alaska 13,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 500 feet of Clean Prominence

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M Range (Level 3)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount McKinley61946144Alaska Range7450.2 
2.Mount McKinley-North Peak5934387Alaska Range2.8 
 Peak 18735571071Alaska Range1.8 
3.Mount Saint Elias54893409Saint Elias Mountains41.2 
4.Mount Foraker53042195Alaska Range23.0 
 Peak 17400530461Alaska Range2.9 
 Mount Foraker-South Peak512464Alaska Range1.6 
5.Mount Bona50292072Saint Elias Mountains80.0 
 Mount Foraker-Southwest Peak502961Alaska Range1.8 
6.Mount Blackburn49963533South-Central Alaska97.6 
 Mount Blackburn-Southeast Peak4964148South-Central Alaska2.5 
7.Mount Sanford49492328South-Central Alaska64.8 
 West Buttress48869Alaska Range3.5 
 South Buttress484296Alaska Range4.1 
 Peak 15800481661Alaska Range1.4 
 Mount Vancouver-Good Neighbor Peak4780100Saint Elias Mountains2.6 
 Mount Bona-West Peak4773110Saint Elias Mountains2.1 
8.Mount Churchill4766346Saint Elias Mountains4.2 
9.Mount Fairweather46713951Saint Elias Mountains200.3 
 Mount Foraker-Northwest Peak458139Alaska Range1.7 
10.Mount Hubbard45572437Saint Elias Mountains34.3 
11.Mount Bear45201520Saint Elias Mountains32.4 
 East Buttress4490101Alaska Range2.4 
 Peak 14721448767South-Central Alaska2.6 
 Peak 14700448161Saint Elias Mountains1.8 
12.East Buttress-Peak 146304459161Alaska Range1.9 
13.Mount Hunter44421409Alaska Range11.1 
14.Mount Alverstone4420580Saint Elias Mountains3.6 
15.University Peak4410978Saint Elias Mountains6.0 
16.Aello Peak4403441Saint Elias Mountains6.3 
 Peak 14410439264Saint Elias Mountains3.8 
 The Snave4346109South-Central Alaska3.4 
 Peak 14210433164Saint Elias Mountains3.7 
17.Mount Wrangell43171696South-Central Alaska23.8 
18.Mount Augusta42891529Saint Elias Mountains23.2 
19.Mount Wrangell-West Peak4271156South-Central Alaska2.3 
20.Mount Hunter-South Peak4257325Alaska Range3.6 
 Peak 13951425276South-Central Alaska1.9 
 Aello Peak-East Peak423792Saint Elias Mountains1.1 
21.Atna Peaks4225659South-Central Alaska5.9 
22.Regal Mountain42201324South-Central Alaska19.7 
23.Mount Hayes42163500Alaska Range202.0 
 Mount Fairweather-South Peak42126Saint Elias Mountains1.7 
 Peak 13800420661South-Central Alaska4.3 
24.Mount Cook41942335Saint Elias Mountains23.4 
25.Ulu Point4162169South-Central Alaska2.6 
26.Mount Quincy Adams4150410Saint Elias Mountains4.3 
 Atna Peaks-East Peak414591South-Central Alaska1.0 
 Mount Quincy Adams-South Peak414060Saint Elias Mountains.6 
 Mount Fairweather-West Peak4131139Saint Elias Mountains2.1 
27.Ocypete Peak4115427Saint Elias Mountains3.5 
28.Kahiltna Peaks-East4097452Alaska Range5.4 
29.Mount Natazhat40951809Saint Elias Mountains24.9 
30.Mount Jarvis40911439South-Central Alaska18.0 
31.Mount Hunter-Middle Peak4084152Alaska Range1.2 
32.Tressider Peak4058492Saint Elias Mountains5.3 
33.Mount Hayes-South Peak4055215Alaska Range1.8 
34.Celeno Peak4054214Saint Elias Mountains1.5 
34.The Fin4054153Alaska Range4.5 
36.Parka Peak4048268South-Central Alaska2.6 
37.Mount Silverthrone4029987Alaska Range12.7 
38.Mount Marcus Baker40163269South-Central Alaska203.3 
 Southeast Spur3993122Alaska Range3.2 
39.Mount Jarvis-North Peak3970221South-Central Alaska5.0 
40.Mount Moffit39681194Alaska Range16.4 
41.Mount Zanetti3965277South-Central Alaska4.2 
42.Peak 130003962152Alaska Range4.3 

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List Description

Thanks to Amar Andalkar for helpful suggestions for updating this list.

Links

     Alaska 13,000-foot Peaks - Gerry Roach

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Alaska: A Climbing Guide (Wood, Coombs)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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