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New Jersey 1000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 180 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Scott Cockrell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 58, or 8.62%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5)Isol-MiAscent Date
19.Allamuchy Mountain1260480Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.6 
26.Allamuchy Mountain North1222222Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.3 
27.Assiniwikam Mountain1200180Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.0 
32.Bald Mountain1164604Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.82009-12-05
14.Bearfort Lookout1360280Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.5 
6.Bearfort Mountain1500360Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.12009-07-30
8.Bearfort Mountain-North Area1480400Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
 Big Beech Mountain1200 Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.0 
 Bird Mountain1497177Kittatiny Mountain2.1 
 Blue Mountain1440140Kittatiny Mountain.7 
10.Boulder Pine Peak1440260Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.5 
13.Bowling Green Mountain1381221Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.6 
19.Buck Mountain1260420Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.5 
 Buckabear Mountain1360120Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
21.Budd Lake West1258358Hudson-Jersey Highlands13.7 
 Camp Beisler South1080160Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.32009-12-07
 Carris Hill1140 Hudson-Jersey Highlands.7 
5.Catfish Mountain1580320Kittatiny Mountain4.3 
30.Cobb Hill1180260Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
 Copperas Mountain122262Hudson-Jersey Highlands.9 
37.County House Mountain1142422Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.6 
 Culver Ridge1520160Kittatiny Mountain3.2 
 Delaware-Raritan-Passaic Triple Divide1220140Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.7 
47.Drag Hill1074244Hudson-Jersey Highlands.9 
14.Dunker Mountain1360300Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.1 
55.Fox Hill1035315Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.2 
17.Green Pond Mountain1300500Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.8 
 Green Pond Mountain-North Area1280120Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.8 
38.Guerin Benchmark1140440Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.8 
7.Hamburg Mountains High Point1495895Hudson-Jersey Highlands11.7 
49.Hasenclever Hill1065305Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.4 
 Herman Hill1086126Hudson-Jersey Highlands.5 
1.High Point1803903Kittatiny Mountain23.71989-07-04
51.Hill 10401060340Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.2 
 Hill 11601180 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.5 
32.Hill 11641164324Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
35.Ilgenstein Rock1150320Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
57.Islee Benchmark1000420Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.5 
 Jennings Mountain1072 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.2 
40.Jenny Jump Mountain1134554Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.5 
41.Jenny Jump Mountain #21112272Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.1 
53.Jenny Jump Mountain #31040360Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.2 
48.Jenny Jump Mountain #41070430Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.6 
29.Kanouse Mountain1184284Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.8 
3.Kittatiny Mountain-Warren CoHP1620460Kittatiny Mountain10.62009-07-31
 Long Hill1200 Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.2 
 Long Hill-North Summit110080Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.3 
 Matapan Rock1107127Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
 Mohawk Mountain1140 Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
12.Morris County High Point1395235Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.82008-12-27
 Morris Lake Mountain1232 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.7 
22.Mount Arlington1240280Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.7 
22.Mount Byram1240260Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.2 
53.Mount Defiance1040350Hudson-Jersey Highlands.7 
42.Mount Fairway1100400Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
 Mount Freedom1100160Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.3 
16.Mount Gerard1302222Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
38.Mount Mohepinoke1140560Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.6 
 Mount Mohican160080Kittatiny Mountain1.3 
25.Mount Newfoundland1232332Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.0 
35.Mount No More1150290Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.8 
4.Mount Paradise1606706Kittatiny Mountain11.0 
 Mount Rascal1200 Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.0 
11.Mount Stockholm1410390Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.0 
 Mount Tammany156060Kittatiny Mountain3.6 
57.Musconetcong Mountain1000380Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.3 
30.North Pochuck Mountain1180230Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.5 
 Osio Rock1020160Hudson-Jersey Highlands.6 
56.Oxford Mountain1020340Hudson-Jersey Highlands.6 
46.Peak 10581078224Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
 Pierson Ridge110585Hudson-Jersey Highlands.9 
34.Pimple Hills High Point1160360Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
28.Pochuck Mountain1194694Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.9 
42.Pochuck Mountain-North Peak1100300Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.4 
 Raritan Basin High Point125050Hudson-Jersey Highlands.6 
 Rattlesnake Mountain1492152Kittatiny Mountain.7 
50.Rocky Mountain1063263Hudson-Jersey Highlands.5 
18.Scotts Mountain1281661Hudson-Jersey Highlands12.7 
 Smith Benchmark1080140Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.02009-12-07
2.Sunrise Mountain1653373Kittatiny Mountain7.7 
 The Tornfell1020 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.3 
24.Upper Pohatcong Mountain1235355Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.1 
 Waterloo Mountain1100 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.3 
8.Wawayanda Mountain1480240Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.3 
44.Westby Ridge1096236Hudson-Jersey Highlands.5 
45.Whitehall Hill1081241Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.4 
51.Windbeam Mountain1060460Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.5 
 Wright Pond Cliffs1120 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.0 
 Wyanokie Torne1140 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.1 

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List Description

This list is still a work in progress and has not been checked. Many peaks do not yet have a prominence value, but it is likely that most of those do have over 160 feet of clean prominence. Overall, it many people may be surprised at the number and variety of peaks in the Garden State.


Thanks to Eric Koppel of the "New Jersey 1K Club" web site, who provided me with many of these peaks. Also, thanks to Aaron Maizlish of, who did some preliminary research on the most prominent peaks in New Jersey.


     New Jersey 1K Club

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       New Jersey Walk Book (Chazin, Fagan)

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


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