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Europe 4500-meter Peaks

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M Range (Level 2)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Elbrus56424741Caucasus Mountains2469.9 
 Elbrus-East Peak5621241Caucasus Mountains1.4 
2.Gora Dykh-Tau52052002Caucasus Mountains64.4 
3.Shkhara51931357Caucasus Mountains6.0 
4.Gora Koshtan-Tau5152812Caucasus Mountains6.5 
 Pik Pushkin510050Caucasus Mountains.5 
5.Jangi-Tau5085335Caucasus Mountains4.7 
 Gora Shkara-West Peak5069119Caucasus Mountains1.7 
 Jangi-Tau-West Peak505959Caucasus Mountains.5 
6.Gora Kazbek50342353Caucasus Mountains113.7 
 Jangi-Tau-East Peak5034184Caucasus Mountains1.2 
 Mishrigi5019219Caucasus Mountains1.1 
 Katyn-Tau4979159Caucasus Mountains1.7 
 Kukurtlu Dome497818Caucasus Mountains2.8 
 Pik Schota Rustaveli496040Caucasus Mountains.6 
7.Tetnuld4869629Caucasus Mountains3.5 
8.Gestola4860320Caucasus Mountains2.2 
 Pik 4859485959Caucasus Mountains.8 
9.Mont Blanc48104697Alps2812.0 
10.Jimari-Khokh4780840Caucasus Mountains8.8 
 Monte Bianco di Courmayeur474818Alps.6 
11.Gora Ushba47001217Caucasus Mountains29.2 
 Ushba-North Peak4698178Caucasus Mountains.5 
 Khrumkol4689289Caucasus Mountains2.3 
12.Dumala-Tau4682332Caucasus Mountains3.3 
 Ullu-Auz-Bashi4677177Caucasus Mountains1.4 
13.Gora Uilpata46491300Caucasus Mountains50.5 
 Lakutsa4640200Caucasus Mountains1.3 
14.Monte Rosa46342165Alps78.3 
15.Tikhtengen4618768Caucasus Mountains8.4 
 Gora Mailikhokh4598218Caucasus Mountains3.7 
16.Ailama4546696Caucasus Mountains7.4 
18.Tiutiun-Tau4540380Caucasus Mountains2.7 
19.Jailik4533926Caucasus Mountains16.0 
 Kunjum-Mishrigi4526226Caucasus Mountains1.0 
 Pik Spartak451739Caucasus Mountains1.4 
21.Salinan4508621Caucasus Mountains5.2 

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