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Vagmarken Sierra Crest List

Vagamarken Hiking Club

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft 
1.Mount Whitney14,495Mount Whitney Group10,075
2.Olancha Peak12,123South Sierra Crest3083
3.North Palisade14,242Palisades2894
4.Mount Conness12,590Northern Yosemite2630
5.Mount Humphreys13,986Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area2563
6.Mount Dana13,057Ritter Range-East Yosemite2417
7.Tower Peak11,755Northern Yosemite2183
8.Twin Peaks12,323Northern Yosemite2123
9.Leavitt Peak11,569Emigrant Wilderness Area2049
10.Kuna Peak13,002Ritter Range-East Yosemite1922
11.Mount Keith13,976Mount Whitney Group1903
12.Mount Lyell13,114Ritter Range-East Yosemite1894
13.Mount Darwin13,831Evolution Region1871
14.Red Slate Mountain13,123Mammoth Area1683
15.San Joaquin Mountain11,549Mammoth Area1674
16.Mammoth Mountain11,030Mammoth Area1647
17.Black Mountain13,291Central Kings Canyon Area1579
18.Matterhorn Peak12,279Northern Yosemite1559
19.Split Mountain14,058Palisades1525
20.Bear Creek Spire13,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area1440
21.Crown Point11,346Northern Yosemite1346
22.Camiaca Peak11,739Northern Yosemite1259
23.Excelsior Mountain12,446Northern Yosemite1246
24.Center Mountain11,271Northern Yosemite1211
25.Mount Lewis12,320Ritter Range-East Yosemite1200
26.University Peak13,589Mount Whitney Group1187
27.Mount Langley14,026Mount Whitney Group1165
28.Mount Russell14,088Mount Whitney Group1096
29.Mount Gibbs12,773Ritter Range-East Yosemite1093
30.Mount Tyndall14,019Mount Whitney Group1092
31.Middle Palisade14,012Palisades1085
32.Forsyth Peak11,177Northern Yosemite1057
33.Mount Thompson13,494Evolution Region1054
34.Mount Gould13,005Central Kings Canyon Area1030
35.Mount LeConte13,930Mount Whitney Group1003
36.Red and White Mountain12,816Mammoth Area936
37.Mount Barnard13,990Mount Whitney Group932
38.Cirque Peak12,900Mount Whitney Group900
39.Trail Peak11,605Mount Whitney Group885
40.Slide Mountain11,084Northern Yosemite884
41.Ehrnbeck Peak11,240Northern Yosemite880
42.Hawksbeak Peak11,134Northern Yosemite874
43.Mount Abbot13,704Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area864
44.Mount Crocker12,458Mammoth Area858
45.Diamond Peak13,127Central Kings Canyon Area857
46.Mount Goode13,085Evolution Region845
47.Mount Agassiz13,893Palisades813
48.Colosseum Mountain12,451Central Kings Canyon Area805
49.Mount Bradley13,264Mount Whitney Group797
50.Mount Davis12,303Ritter Range-East Yosemite788
51.Junction Peak13,888Mount Whitney Group765
52.Mount Starr12,840Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area760
53.Rodgers Peak12,978Ritter Range-East Yosemite738
54.Mount Mallory13,845Mount Whitney Group722
55.Kettle Peak11,000Northern Yosemite720
56.North Peak12,242Northern Yosemite682
57.Cirque Mountain10,713Northern Yosemite673
58.Mount Winchell13,775Palisades655
59.White Mountain12,057Northern Yosemite617
60.Mount Baxter13,136Central Kings Canyon Area603
61.Mount Bolton Brown13,491Palisades598
62.The Thumb13,356Palisades594
63.Tunnabora Peak13,563Mount Whitney Group571
64.Cardinal Mountain13,396Palisades568
65.Palisade Crest13,553Palisades561
66.Shepherd Crest12,040Northern Yosemite560
67.Striped Mountain13,179Central Kings Canyon Area515
68.Mount Huntington12,394Mammoth Area514
69.Mount Johnson12,871Evolution Region511
70.Mount Haeckel13,418Evolution Region498
71.Gaylor Peak11,004Northern Yosemite484
72.Mount McAdie13,799Mount Whitney Group479
73.Donohue Peak12,023Ritter Range-East Yosemite463
74.Mount Mills13,451Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area451
75.Mount Julius Caesar13,200Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area440
76.Mount Gilbert13,106Evolution Region426
77.Grizzly Peak10,365Northern Yosemite365
78.Trojan Peak13,947Mount Whitney Group364
79.Carson Peak10,892Mammoth Area361
80.Blacktop Peak12,720Ritter Range-East Yosemite360
81.Mount Sill14,153Palisades353
82.Mount Wallace13,377Evolution Region337
83.Mount Perkins12,566Central Kings Canyon Area329
84.Mount Powell13,364Evolution Region324
85.Mount Muir14,012Mount Whitney Group298
86.Dragon Peak12,927Central Kings Canyon Area296
87.Mount Versteeg13,471Mount Whitney Group282
88.Four Gables12,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area280
89.Mount Carillon13,553Mount Whitney Group233
90.Thunderbolt Peak14,003Palisades203
91.Mount Dade13,600Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area200
92.Mount Irvine13,780Mount Whitney Group197
92.Mount Corcoran13,714Mount Whitney Group197
94.Koip Peak12,962Ritter Range-East Yosemite162
95.Mount Stanford12,838Mammoth Area158
96.Disappointment Peak13,917Palisades137
97.Two Teats11,352Mammoth Area132
98.Discovery Pinnacle13,753Mount Whitney Group105
99.Mount Lamarck13,417Evolution Region97
100.Mount Prater13,471Palisades85

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