Fifty Highest CoHPs
|Rank||County||Peak|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 4)|| Prom-Ft |
|1.||AK-Denali||Mount McKinley||20,320||West-Central Alaska Range||20,156|
|4.||AK-Hoonah-Angoon/BC-Stikine Region||Mount Fairweather||15,325||Fairweather Range||12,963|
|5.||AK-Matanuska-Susitna||Mount Hunter||14,573||West-Central Alaska Range||4623|
|30.||AK-Southeast Fairbanks||Mount Hayes||13,832||Hayes Range||11,482|
|3.||AK-Valdez-Cordova||Mount Bona||16,500||Northern Saint Elias Mountains||6800|
|2.||AK-Yakutat/YT-Yukon||Mount Saint Elias||18,008||Southern Icefield Ranges||11,184|
|20.||CA-Fresno/CA-Inyo||North Palisade||14,242||Central Sierra Nevada||2894|
|6.||CA-Inyo/CA-Tulare||Mount Whitney||14,495||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||10,075|
|47.||CA-Madera||Mount Ritter||13,143||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||3957|
|49.||CA-Madera/CA-Tuolumne||Mount Lyell||13,114||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||1894|
|18.||CA-Mono||White Mountain Peak||14,246||West Great Basin Ranges||7196|
|22.||CA-Siskiyou||Mount Shasta||14,162||California Cascades||9762|
|10.||CO-Alamosa/CO-Costilla||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||5326|
|11.||CO-Alamosa/CO-Costilla||Blanca Peak-Northeast Slope||14,320||Sangre de Cristo Range||0|
|39.||CO-Archuleta||Summit Peak||13,300||San Juan Mountains||2740|
|17.||CO-Boulder||Longs Peak||14,255||Front Range||2940|
|8.||CO-Chaffee||Mount Harvard||14,420||Sawatch Range||2340|
|40.||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Gilpin||James Peak||13,294||Front Range||694|
|36.||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Grand||Pettingell Peak||13,553||Front Range||1563|
|15.||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Summit||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||2750|
|43.||CO-Conejos||Conejos Peak||13,172||San Juan Mountains||1892|
|21.||CO-Custer/CO-Saguache||Crestone Peak-East Peak||14,240||Sangre de Cristo Range||40|
|18.||CO-Dolores||Mount Wilson||14,246||San Juan Mountains||4024|
|27.||CO-Eagle||Mount of the Holy Cross||14,005||Sawatch Range||2111|
|24.||CO-El Paso||Pikes Peak||14,110||Front Range||5510|
|50.||CO-Fremont/CO-Saguache||Bushnell Peak||13,105||Sangre de Cristo Range||2385|
|16.||CO-Gunnison/CO-Pitkin||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2345|
|12.||CO-Hinsdale||Uncompahgre Peak||14,309||San Juan Mountains||4277|
|34.||CO-Huerfano/CO-Las Animas||West Spanish Peak||13,626||Sangre de Cristo Range||3666|
|25.||CO-La Plata||Windom Peak||14,087||San Juan Mountains||2167|
|7.||CO-Lake||Mount Elbert||14,433||Sawatch Range||9073|
|35.||CO-Larimer||Hagues Peak||13,560||Front Range||2400|
|28.||CO-Mineral/CO-Saguache||Phoenix Peak||13,895||San Juan Mountains||1495|
|41.||CO-Montezuma||Hesperus Mountain||13,232||San Juan Mountains||2832|
|23.||CO-Ouray||Mount Sneffels||14,150||San Juan Mountains||3030|
|14.||CO-Park||Mount Lincoln||14,286||Central Colorado Ranges||3862|
|42.||CO-Rio Grande||Bennett Peak||13,203||San Juan Mountains||1723|
|13.||CO-Saguache||Crestone Peak||14,294||Sangre de Cristo Range||4534|
|29.||CO-San Juan/CO-San Miguel||Vermilion Peak||13,894||San Juan Mountains||2105|
|26.||CO-San Miguel||Wilson Peak||14,017||San Juan Mountains||857|
|32.||HI-Hawaii||Mauna Kea||13,796||Hawaii Big Island||13,796|
|45.||NM-Taos||Wheeler Peak||13,161||Sangre de Cristo Range||3409|
|48.||NV-Esmeralda||Boundary Peak||13,140||West Great Basin Ranges||253|
|37.||UT-Duchesne||Kings Peak||13,528||Uinta Range||6348|
|38.||UT-Duchesne/UT-Summit||Gilbert Peak||13,442||Uinta Range||1554|
|9.||WA-Pierce||Mount Rainier||14,411||South Washington Cascades||13,210|
|44.||WY-Big Horn/WY-Johnson||Cloud Peak||13,167||Bighorn Mountains||7067|
|31.||WY-Fremont/WY-Sublette||Gannett Peak||13,804||Wind River Range||7076|
|46.||WY-Park||Francs Peak||13,153||Absaroka Range||4056|
|33.||WY-Teton||Grand Teton||13,770||Teton Range-Yellowstone Area||6530|
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