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The USA Second Lap List

RankStatePeak Elev-M Range (Level 3) Prom-M 
1.AlaskaMount Fairweather4671Saint Elias Mountains3951
2.CaliforniaMount Shasta4317Cascade Range2976
3.ColoradoPikes Peak4301Southern Rocky Mountains1680
4.WyomingCloud Peak4013Greater Yellowstone Rockies2154
5.UtahMount Peale3877Colorado Plateau1878
6.IdahoDiamond Peak3718Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains1639
7.New MexicoSierra Blanca Peak3649Southwest Basins and Ranges1686
8.NevadaCharleston Peak3632Great Basin Ranges2512
9.MontanaCrazy Peak3417Central Montana Rocky Mountains1741
10.WashingtonMount Baker3286Cascade Range2686
11.ArizonaMount Graham3267Southwest Basins and Ranges1926
12.HawaiiHaleakala3055Hawaii3055
13.OregonSacajawea Peak2999Columbia Plateau1947
14.TexasEmory Peak2385Southwest Basins and Ranges1367
15.South DakotaOdakota Mountain2195Great Plains403
16.TennesseeRoan High Knob1916Blue Ridge Mountains1063
17.North CarolinaHuckleberry Knob1695Blue Ridge Mountains1037
18.New HampshireMount Lafayette1597Northern U.S. Appalachians1012
19.NebraskaHogback Mountain1543Great Plains177
20.West VirginiaReddish Knob1340Appalachian Ridges608
21.MaineSugarloaf Mountain1292Northern U.S. Appalachians965
22.VermontKillington Peak1291Northern U.S. Appalachians1011
23.VirginiaApple Orchard Mountain1288Blue Ridge Mountains861
24.New YorkSlide Mountain1274Appalachian Plateaus1000
25.GeorgiaBig Bald Mountain1242Blue Ridge Mountains535
26.KentuckyLittle Black Mountain-Chunklick Benchmark1042Appalachian Plateaus487
27.South CarolinaHogback Mountain972Blue Ridge Mountains326
28.ArkansasRich Mountain817Ozark Highlands585
29.MassachusettsMount Everett795Northern U.S. Appalachians507
30.OklahomaSugar Loaf Mountain780Ozark Highlands573
31.North DakotaBoundary Butte774Great Plains314
32.PennsylvaniaShade Mountain-Snyder County High Point664Appalachian Ridges438
 Pennsylvania or Tuscarora Mountain749Appalachian Ridges 
 Pennsylvania or Wills Mountain847Appalachian Ridges 
33.MarylandQuirauk Mountain652Blue Ridge Mountains445
34.AlabamaMorton Hill629Appalachian Ridges371
35.MinnesotaHeight of Land Lookout611Midwest-Great Lakes Area206
36.WisconsinBlue Mounds524Midwest-Great Lakes Area285
37.MichiganBriar Hill520Midwest-Great Lakes Area317
 Michigan or Grove Hill519Midwest-Great Lakes Area 
38.IowaCarroll County High Point475Midwest-Great Lakes Area97
 Iowa or Pilot Knob442Midwest-Great Lakes Area97
 Iowa or Mount Earl299Midwest-Great Lakes Area92
38.KansasPottawatomie County High Point475Great Plains79
40.OhioRichland County High Point460Midwest-Great Lakes Area180
41.New JerseyHamburg Mountains High Point456Northern U.S. Appalachians267
42.ConnecticutNorth Preston Hill442Northern U.S. Appalachians268
 Connecticut or Hanging Hills314Northern U.S. Appalachians253
43.MissouriMudlick Mountain400Ozark Highlands205
 Missouri or Clark Mountain439Ozark Highlands195
44.IllinoisWilliams Hill324Midwest-Great Lakes Area190
45.IndianaWashington County High Point320Midwest-Great Lakes Area128
46.MississippiWinston County High Point220Piedmont-Southeast Coast116
 Mississippi or Choctaw County High Point220Piedmont-Southeast Coast 
 Mississippi or McCool Lookout219Piedmont-Southeast Coast 
47.Rhode IslandBeacon Pole Hill168Northern U.S. Appalachians92
48.LouisianaBossier Parish High Point143Ozark Highlands70
49.DelawareIron Hill104Northern U.S. Appalachians61
50.FloridaSugarloaf Mountain94Piedmont-Southeast Coast74

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List Description

The "Second Lap" list shows the most prominent peak in every state that is not a state high point. For a climber that has climbed all the state high points, it represents an excellent list of peaks that can be done on a second tour through the USA, highlighting many exceptional peaks that may have been missed.

Peakbagger.com does not host a "second highest" list for the US States, mainly because a consistent prominence threshold for all states needs to be found and any value chosen is arbitrary. The second highest peak in any state is often a matter of debate--for Alaska, is it the North Peak of Denali or Saint Elias? For Florida, which low hill gets the honor? This list is much more straightforward, ignoring the cases where there are multiple candiates for the prominent peak.

Note that for North Carolina, the second most prominent peak (Clingmans Dome) is the state high point for Tennessee, and the third most prominent peak (Roan) is the Second Lap peak for Tennessee. Therefore, to force this list to have 50 unique peaks, the 4th most prominent peak (Huckleberry) was chosen for North Carolina.

Links

     Andy Martin - Second Lap List Discussion (txt)
     Andy Martin - Second Lap List (PDF)

 


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