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Europe 4500-meter Peaks

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 2)Isol-Mi
1.Elbrus18,51015,554Caucasus Mountains1534.7
 Elbrus-East Peak18,442791Caucasus Mountains.9
2.Gora Dykh-Tau17,0776568Caucasus Mountains40.0
3.Shkhara17,0374452Caucasus Mountains3.7
4.Gora Koshtan-Tau16,9032664Caucasus Mountains4.1
 Pik Pushkin16,732164Caucasus Mountains.3
5.Jangi-Tau16,6831099Caucasus Mountains2.9
 Gora Shkara-West Peak16,631391Caucasus Mountains1.0
 Jangi-Tau-West Peak16,598194Caucasus Mountains.3
6.Gora Kazbek16,5167720Caucasus Mountains70.7
 Jangi-Tau-East Peak16,516604Caucasus Mountains.7
 Mishrigi16,467719Caucasus Mountains.7
 Katyn-Tau16,335521Caucasus Mountains1.1
 Kukurtlu Dome16,33259Caucasus Mountains1.8
 Pik Schota Rustaveli16,273131Caucasus Mountains.4
7.Tetnuld15,9742063Caucasus Mountains2.1
8.Gestola15,9451050Caucasus Mountains1.4
 Pik 485915,942194Caucasus Mountains.5
9.Mont Blanc15,78115,410Alps1747.3
10.Jimari-Khokh15,6822755Caucasus Mountains5.5
 Monte Bianco di Courmayeur15,57759Alps.4
11.Gora Ushba15,4203993Caucasus Mountains18.1
 Ushba-North Peak15,413584Caucasus Mountains.3
 Khrumkol15,384948Caucasus Mountains1.4
12.Dumala-Tau15,3611089Caucasus Mountains2.1
 Ullu-Auz-Bashi15,344580Caucasus Mountains.9
13.Gora Uilpata15,2534265Caucasus Mountains31.4
 Lakutsa15,223656Caucasus Mountains.8
14.Monte Rosa15,2037103Alps48.7
15.Tikhtengen15,1512520Caucasus Mountains5.2
 Gora Mailikhokh15,085715Caucasus Mountains2.3
16.Ailama14,9152284Caucasus Mountains4.6
18.Tiutiun-Tau14,8951247Caucasus Mountains1.7
19.Jailik14,8723038Caucasus Mountains9.9
 Kunjum-Mishrigi14,849741Caucasus Mountains.6
 Pik Spartak14,820128Caucasus Mountains.9
21.Salinan14,7902037Caucasus Mountains3.3

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