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USA Peaks with 6000 feet of Prominence

RankPeak Prom-Ft
(Avg)
 Elev-Ft
(Avg)
Range (Level 2)Isol-Mi
1.Mount McKinley20,17220,320Alaska-Yukon Ranges4629.4
2.Mauna Kea13,79613,796Polynesia2452.5
3.Mount Rainier13,21014,411Pacific Ranges731.2
4.Mount Fairweather12,99615,325Alaska-Yukon Ranges124.4
5.Mount Blackburn11,64016,390Alaska-Yukon Ranges60.7
6.Mount Hayes11,50713,832Alaska-Yukon Ranges125.5
7.Mount Saint Elias11,24918,008Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.6
8.Mount Marcus Baker10,75113,176Alaska-Yukon Ranges126.3
9.Mount Whitney10,08014,495Pacific Ranges1646.3
10.Haleakala10,02310,023Polynesia75.4
11.Mount Shasta977214,162Pacific Ranges334.7
12.Shishaldin Volcano94149414Alaska-Yukon Ranges544.9
13.Redoubt Volcano914710,197Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.7
14.Mount Elbert909314,433Rocky Mountains670.6
15.Mount Baker884510,781Pacific Ranges131.5
16.Mount Torbert868811,413Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.7
17.San Jacinto Peak833910,839Pacific Ranges20.3
18.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499Pacific Ranges162.5
19.Charleston Peak825711,916Intermountain West135.2
20.Pavlof Volcano82258250Alaska-Yukon Ranges94.3
21.Mount Veniaminof82008225Alaska-Yukon Ranges209.2
22.Mount Adams813612,276Pacific Ranges45.8
23.Mount Hubbard806014,950Alaska-Yukon Ranges21.3
24.Mount Isto79859060Alaska-Yukon Ranges393.6
25.Iliamna Volcano786610,016Alaska-Yukon Ranges33.6
26.Mount Olympus78387969Pacific Ranges108.0
27.Mount Cook771013,760Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.5
28.Mount Hood770611,239Pacific Ranges57.3
29.Mount Sanford768716,237Alaska-Yukon Ranges40.3
30.Mount Tom White764111,191Alaska-Yukon Ranges73.0
31.Wheeler Peak756813,063Intermountain West231.8
32.Glacier Peak751810,540Pacific Ranges56.0
33.Mount Kimball742510,350Alaska-Yukon Ranges55.8
34.Mount Griggs73007650Alaska-Yukon Ranges135.4
35.Mount Foraker725017,400Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.3
36.White Mountain Peak719614,246Intermountain West67.5
37.Mount Crillon717612,726Alaska-Yukon Ranges19.5
38.Mauna Loa709913,679Polynesia25.2
39.Cloud Peak707713,167Rocky Mountains145.0
40.Gannett Peak707613,804Rocky Mountains290.4
41.Mount Vsevidof70517051Alaska-Yukon Ranges222.5
42.Mount Hesperus69789828Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.1
43.Mount Bona690016,550Alaska-Yukon Ranges49.7
44.Mount Drum676012,010Alaska-Yukon Ranges17.7
45.Mount Chiginagak66756925Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.6
46.Grand Teton654513,770Rocky Mountains69.4
47.Sacajawea Peak63939838Intermountain West125.5
48.Mount Neacola63769426Alaska-Yukon Ranges31.0
49.Kings Peak635813,528Rocky Mountains166.6
50.Mount Graham634010,720Intermountain West82.4
51.Mount Douglas63007050Alaska-Yukon Ranges42.9
52.Mount San Antonio624410,064Pacific Ranges42.5
53.Kichatna Spire62358985Alaska-Yukon Ranges37.3
54.Peak 808462348084Alaska-Yukon Ranges43.1
55.Telescope Peak618811,048Intermountain West57.2
56.Mount Peale618112,721Intermountain West72.8
56.Pogromni Volcano61816531Alaska-Yukon Ranges31.7
58.Peak 801061608010Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.3
59.Mount Washington61586288Appalachian Mountains819.6
60.Mount Igikpak61268276Alaska-Yukon Ranges281.6
61.Snow Tower61226572Pacific Ranges10.1
62.Mount Mitchell60916684Appalachian Mountains1189.0
63.Truuli Peak60626612Alaska-Yukon Ranges87.8
64.Humphreys Peak603912,633Intermountain West245.9
65.Borah Peak600212,662Rocky Mountains150.8
 Mount Natazhat598513,435Alaska-Yukon Ranges15.5
 Hanagita Peak59548504Alaska-Yukon Ranges22.0

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