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Eastern Europe Peaks with 600 m of Prominence

Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary

RankPeak Prom-M Country Elev-M Range (Level 3)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Gerlachovský štít2354Slovakia2654Carpathian Mountains510.2 
2.Sněžka1202Czech Republic/Poland1602Bohemian Ranges290.5 
3.Ďumbier1143Slovakia2043Carpathian Mountains27.4 
4.Babia Góra1071Poland/Slovakia1725Carpathian Mountains41.1 
5.Praděd982Czech Republic1491Bohemian Ranges128.5 
6.Vel'ký Kriváň958Slovakia1709Carpathian Mountains39.4 
7.Vel'ká lúka897Slovakia1476Carpathian Mountains15.2 
8.Vel'ký Choč791Slovakia1611Carpathian Mountains19.0 
9.Lysá hora778Czech Republic1328Carpathian Mountains54.5 
10.Kékes774Hungary1014Carpathian Mountains82.5 
11.Šimonka762Slovakia1092Carpathian Mountains40.7 
12.Kral'ová hol'a756Slovakia1946Carpathian Mountains29.9 
13.Pilsko752Slovakia1557Carpathian Mountains16.1 
14.Klínovec750Czech Republic1244Bohemian Ranges143.3 
15.Vtáčnik736Slovakia1346Carpathian Mountains43.1 
16.Pol'ana732Slovakia1458Carpathian Mountains30.6 
17.Istállós-kő713Hungary959Carpathian Mountains38.5 
18.Csóványos710Hungary938Carpathian Mountains50.8 
19.Vihorlat706Slovakia1076Carpathian Mountains39.2 
20.Inovec692Slovakia1042Carpathian Mountains36.9 
21.Ostredok672Slovakia1592Carpathian Mountains18.3 
22.Králický Sněžník664Czech Republic/Poland1424Bohemian Ranges30.6 
23.Milešovka620Czech Republic837Bohemian Ranges25.8 
24.Vetrová skala615Slovakia1025Carpathian Mountains22.2 
25.Javorie614Slovakia1044Carpathian Mountains26.1 
26.Pilis610Hungary757Carpathian Mountains29.5 
27.Turbacz605Poland1315Carpathian Mountains32.3 
28.Čierna hora604Slovakia1289Carpathian Mountains25.4 

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