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World Top 50 by Prominence

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 2)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount Everest29,02929,029HimalayaInfinite 
2.Aconcagua22,84122,841Andes10263.6 
3.Mount McKinley20,15620,320Alaska-Yukon Ranges4629.4 
4.Kilimanjaro19,30819,341East Africa Mountains3423.6 
5.Pico Cristóbal Colón18,32318,950Coastal South America799.7 
6.Mount Logan17,21519,541Alaska-Yukon Ranges387.0 
7.Pico de Orizaba16,14818,491Central Mexican Ranges1671.6 
8.Vinson Massif16,05016,050West Antarctica Ranges3051.3 
9.Carstensz Pyramid16,02416,024New Guinea3269.4 
10.Elbrus15,55418,510Caucasus Mountains1534.7 
11.Mont Blanc15,41015,781Alps1747.3 
12.Damavand15,31218,406Iranian Plateau723.7 
13.Klyuchevskaya Sopka15,25315,584Eastern Siberia1706.9 
14.Nanga Parbat15,11826,657Himalaya117.1 
15.Mauna Kea13,79613,796Polynesia2452.5 
16.Pik Pobeda13,60924,406Tien Shan347.9 
17.Volcán Chimborazo13,52420,561Andes525.6 
18.Bogda Feng13,52317,864Tien Shan383.5 
19.Namcha Barwa13,47125,531Himalaya439.8 
20.Kinabalu13,43513,435Malay Archipelago1561.5 
21.Mount Rainier13,21014,411Pacific Ranges731.2 
22.K213,18928,261Central Asia Ranges817.5 
23.Ras Dashen13,11414,928Ethiopian Highlands922.1 
24.Volcán Tajumulco13,05813,845Central America Ranges448.5 
25.Pico Bolívar12,98216,342Andes164.4 
26.Yushan12,96612,966East China1127.6 
27.Mount Stanley12,96316,762East Africa Mountains515.6 
27.Mount Fairweather12,96315,325Alaska-Yukon Ranges124.4 
29.Kangchenjunga12,86728,169Himalaya77.2 
30.Tirich Mir12,82825,289Central Asia Ranges148.3 
31.Mount Cameroon12,79913,255West Africa Mountains1452.6 
32.Mount Kenya12,54917,057East Africa Mountains201.0 
33.Gunung Kerinci12,48412,484Malay Archipelago1183.1 
34.Mount Erebus12,43412,434Transantarctic Mountains75.2 
35.Fuji-san12,38812,388Japanese Archipelago1290.4 
36.Chirripó Grande12,32012,530Central America Ranges545.8 
37.Jebel Toubkal12,31913,671Atlas Mountains1291.4 
38.Mount Cook12,31612,316New Zealand1950.6 
39.Gunung Rinjani12,22412,224Malay Archipelago994.6 
40.Pico de Teide12,19812,198Mid-Atlantic Islands556.2 
41.Mount Boising12,16813,615New Guinea93.3 
42.Cerro San Valentín12,12613,314Andes702.2 
43.Gunnbjørn Fjeld12,11812,118North America Arctic Islands2022.0 
44.Ojos del Salado12,10022,615Andes391.9 
45.Gunung Semeru12,06012,060Malay Archipelago242.9 
46.Ritacuba Blanco11,95817,749Andes311.0 
47.Gongga Shan11,94924,790Tibet and Central China410.7 
48.Mount Ararat11,84716,854Anatolia235.7 
49.Kongur Tagh11,76225,095Central Asia Ranges149.1 
50.Mount Blackburn11,59016,390Alaska-Yukon Ranges60.7 

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