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USA Lower 48 Top 100 Peaks by Prominence

RankPeak Prom-M
StateRange (Level 3)Isol-Km
1.Mount Whitney30724418CaliforniaSierra Nevada2649.5
2.Mount Mitchell18572037North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains1913.5
3.Mount Washington18771917New HampshireNorthern U.S. Appalachians1318.9
4.Mount Rainier40264392WashingtonCascade Range1176.7
5.Mount Elbert27714399ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains1079.1
6.Mount Shasta29794317CaliforniaCascade Range538.7
7.Gannett Peak21564207WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies467.3
8.Humphreys Peak18413851ArizonaColorado Plateau395.7
9.Wheeler Peak23073982NevadaGreat Basin Ranges373.0
10.Kings Peak19384123UtahWestern Rocky Mountains268.0
11.Sierra Blanca Peak16923649New MexicoSouthwest Basins and Ranges266.7
12.San Gorgonio Mountain25283505CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges261.5
13.Mount Baldy14413476ArizonaColorado Plateau247.8
14.Borah Peak18293859IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains242.6
15.Cloud Peak21574013WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies233.4
16.Charleston Peak25173632NevadaGreat Basin Ranges217.5
17.Junipero Serra Peak13561787CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges212.1
18.Mount Baker26963286WashingtonCascade Range211.7
19.Mount Marcy14991629New YorkCanadian Shield208.6
20.Sacajawea Peak19482999OregonColumbia Plateau202.0
21.Steens Mountain13362967OregonGreat Basin Ranges200.8
22.Delano Peak14353709UtahColorado Plateau180.5
23.Mount Olympus23892429WashingtonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges173.7
24.Blanca Peak16234372ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains166.4
25.Mount Cleveland15993190MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains159.9
26.Mount Jefferson17903640NevadaGreat Basin Ranges158.7
27.Hualapai Peak13542566ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges153.2
28.Ruby Dome14663471NevadaGreat Basin Ranges152.5
29.Granite Peak14563901MontanaGreater Yellowstone Rockies138.5
30.Mount Pinos14632692CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges133.5
31.Snowshoe Peak16572663MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains133.5
32.Mount Graham19323267ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges132.6
33.Granite Peak13412966NevadaGreat Basin Ranges132.6
34.Cache Peak13653151IdahoGreat Basin Ranges131.6
35.McDonald Peak17222993MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains127.8
36.Mount Nebo16793636UtahWestern Rocky Mountains121.6
37.Mount Peale18843877UtahColorado Plateau117.1
38.Lassen Peak15943187CaliforniaCascade Range114.9
39.Clingmans Dome13762025Tennessee/North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains113.8
40.Mount McLoughlin13642894OregonCascade Range111.8
41.Grand Teton19944197WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies111.6
42.Star Peak16462998NevadaGreat Basin Ranges111.1
43.White Mountain Peak21934342CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges108.6
44.Miller Peak15272885ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges107.0
45.Chiricahua Peak15702975ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges103.3
46.South Yolla Bolly Mountain14792467CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges98.9
47.Ibapah Peak16053684UtahGreat Basin Ranges98.5
48.Pikes Peak16864301ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains97.6
49.Matterhorn14283303NevadaGreat Basin Ranges97.2
50.Mount Hood23493426OregonCascade Range92.2
51.Telescope Peak18863367CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges92.0
52.Glacier Peak22913212WashingtonCascade Range90.2
53.Mount Ellen17873512UtahColorado Plateau90.2
54.Pilot Peak17463266NevadaGreat Basin Ranges86.4
55.Currant Mountain13943509NevadaGreat Basin Ranges85.0
56.Mount Lemmon15782791ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges82.9
57.Mount Jefferson17663199OregonCascade Range77.5
58.Emory Peak13702385TexasSouthwest Basins and Ranges74.3
59.Deseret Peak17713362UtahGreat Basin Ranges74.0
60.Mount Adams24803742WashingtonCascade Range73.6
61.Crazy Peak17443417MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains71.8
62.Mount Stuart16322870WashingtonCascade Range71.6
63.Rock Creek Butte13682776OregonColumbia Plateau69.9
64.Mount San Antonio19043068CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges68.4
65.Swasey Peak13802947UtahGreat Basin Ranges65.5
66.Troy Peak14603444NevadaGreat Basin Ranges64.3
67.Abajo Peak13883463UtahColorado Plateau64.1
68.Mount Timpanogos16093581UtahWestern Rocky Mountains63.8
69.South Sister17043157OregonCascade Range63.4
70.Mount Wrightson13992881ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges62.5
71.Mount Tobin14782979NevadaGreat Basin Ranges57.0
72.Culebra Peak14724282ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains56.9
73.Signal Peak13733159UtahGreat Basin Ranges56.3
74.Hayford Peak16493021NevadaGreat Basin Ranges54.3
75.Santiago Peak13401733CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges54.1
76.Mount Saint Helens14002540WashingtonCascade Range51.5
77.Diamond Peak16423718IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains51.2
78.She Devil15972871IdahoColumbia Plateau50.6
  or He Devil1952871IdahoColumbia Plateau.6
79.Copper Butte14502176WashingtonColumbia Mountains48.7
80.Hyndman Peak14713660IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains48.5
81.Mount Stimson13413091MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains48.3
82.Jackson Mountains High Point14872772NevadaGreat Basin Ranges46.9
83.Crestone Peak13884357ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains44.0
84.Hole in the Mountain Peak14783446NevadaGreat Basin Ranges42.8
85.Northwest Peak13582348MontanaColumbia Mountains38.8
86.Flat Top Mountain16413237UtahGreat Basin Ranges38.4
87.North Schell Peak16503622NevadaGreat Basin Ranges37.9
88.Arc Dome15953588NevadaGreat Basin Ranges37.2
89.Mica Mountain14052641ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges33.2
90.Mount Moriah14963678NevadaGreat Basin Ranges32.7
91.San Jacinto Peak25423304CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges32.7
92.Table Mountain13483116MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains31.1
93.Mount Spickard14632737WashingtonCascade Range30.2
94.Scotchman Peak14232136IdahoCentral Montana Rocky Mountains29.0
95.Grapevine Peak13902663NevadaGreat Basin Ranges28.7
96.Remmel Mountain13362647WashingtonCascade Range27.1
97.Mount Augusta13373038NevadaGreat Basin Ranges23.8
98.Kintla Peak13423079MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains23.8
99.Mount Eddy15622751CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges23.5
100.Abercrombie Mountain15782227WashingtonColumbia Mountains22.6
101.Three Fingers13752088WashingtonCascade Range20.6
  or Whitehorse Mountain6712091WashingtonCascade Range4.6
102.Mount Shuksan13502783WashingtonCascade Range16.7
103.Round Mountain14661628WashingtonCascade Range13.9

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