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USA/Canada Peaks with 7000 feet of Prominence

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RankPeak Prom-M
(Avg)
 Elev-M
(Avg)
Range (Level 4)Isol-Km
1.Mount McKinley61496194West-Central Alaska Range7450.2
2.Mount Logan52475956Southern Icefield Ranges622.8
3.Mauna Kea42054205Hawaii Big Island3946.9
4.Mount Rainier40264392South Washington Cascades1176.7
5.Mount Fairweather39614671Fairweather Range200.3
6.Mount Blackburn35484996Wrangell Mountains97.6
7.Mount Hayes35074216Hayes Range202.0
8.Mount Saint Elias34295489Southern Icefield Ranges41.2
9.Mount Waddington32894019Northern Pacific Ranges562.4
10.Mount Marcus Baker32764016Chugach Mountains203.3
11.Mount Lucania30805260Northern Saint Elias Mountains43.0
12.Mount Whitney30724418Sequoia Sierra Nevada2649.5
13.Haleakala30553055Maui Island Group121.4
14.Mount Shasta29794317California Cascades538.7
15.Monarch Mountain29253555Northern Pacific Ranges71.4
16.Shishaldin Volcano28692869Aleutian Islands877.0
17.Mount Robson28293959Northern Continental Ranges459.5
18.Redoubt Volcano27883108Chigmit Mountains94.5
19.Mount Elbert27714399Sawatch Range1079.1
20.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier27283516Cariboo Mountains51.7
21.Mount Vancouver27124812Southern Icefield Ranges44.0
22.Mount Sir Sandford27033519Selkirk Mountains62.0
23.Mount Baker26963286North Cascades211.7
24.Mount Torbert26483479Tordrillo Mountains157.3
25.Barbeau Peak26162616Ellesmere Island796.0
26.San Jacinto Peak25423304Peninsular Southern California Ranges32.7
27.San Gorgonio Mountain25283505Transverse Ranges261.5
28.Charleston Peak25173632South Great Basin Ranges217.5
29.Pavlof Volcano25062514Alaska Peninsula Ranges151.8
30.Mount Veniaminof24992507Alaska Peninsula Ranges336.7
31.Mount Adams24803742South Washington Cascades73.6
32.Skihist Mountain24582968Southern Pacific Ranges157.1
33.Mount Hubbard24574557Southern Icefield Ranges34.3
34.Mount Isto24332761Eastern Brooks Range633.5
35.Mount Ratz24303090Boundary Ranges311.3
36.Mount Odin24092971Monashee Mountains65.4
37.Mount Monashee24043274Monashee Mountains51.8
38.Iliamna Volcano23973053Chigmit Mountains54.0
39.Mount Olympus23892429Olympic Mountains173.7
40.Mount Columbia23713741Central Main Ranges158.0
41.Mount Queen Bess23553298Southern Pacific Ranges45.5
42.Mount Cook23504194Southern Icefield Ranges23.4
43.Mount Hood23493426Oregon Cascades92.2
44.Mount Sanford23434949Wrangell Mountains64.8
45.Mount Tom White23293411Chugach Mountains117.5
46.Mount Cooper23193094Selkirk Mountains49.9
47.Wheeler Peak23073982East Central Great Basin Ranges373.0
48.Ulysses Mountain22943024Muskwa Ranges435.9
49.Glacier Peak22913212North Cascades90.2
50.Mount Kimball22623154Delta Range89.8
51.Wedge Mountain22492892Southern Pacific Ranges63.9
52.Otter Mountain22422692Boundary Ranges25.4
53.Mount Griggs22242331Alaska Peninsula Ranges217.9
53.Kwatna Peak22252290Northern Pacific Ranges36.8
55.Outlook Peak22102210Princess Margaret Mountains267.7
56.Mount Foraker22105304West-Central Alaska Range23.0
57.Golden Hinde21952195Vancouver Island141.1
58.White Mountain Peak21934342West Great Basin Ranges108.6
59.Mount Crillon21873879Fairweather Range31.4
60.Scud Peak21722987Boundary Ranges57.4
61.Mauna Loa21634169Hawaii Big Island40.6
62.Keele Peak21612952Selwyn Mountains543.1
63.Cloud Peak21574013Bighorn Mountains233.4
64.Gannett Peak21564207Wind River Range467.3
65.Razorback Mountain21533183Northern Pacific Ranges36.5
66.Mount Vsevidof21492149Aleutian Islands358.1
67.Mount Odin21432143 585.6
 Mount Hesperus21272996West Alaska Range93.5
 Mount Bona21025044Northern Saint Elias Mountains80.0

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