Fifty Highest CoHPs in Lower 48
Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (40 out of 50, or 80%)
|Rank||County||Peak|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 4)|| Prom-Ft ||Ascent Date|
|1.||CA-Inyo/CA-Tulare||Mount Whitney||14,495||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||10,075||1959-09-06|
|2.||NV-Esmeralda||Boundary Peak||13,140||West Great Basin Ranges||253||1963-06-30|
|3.||CA-Madera/CA-Tuolumne||Mount Lyell||13,114||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||1894||1963-09-01|
|4.||CA-Madera||Mount Ritter||13,143||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||3957||1963-09-22|
|5.||CA-Mono||White Mountain Peak||14,246||West Great Basin Ranges||7196||1964-05-17|
|6.||WY-Teton||Grand Teton||13,770||Teton Range-Yellowstone Area||6530||1964-08-25|
|7.||NV-White Pine||Wheeler Peak||13,063||East Central Great Basin Ranges||7563||1964-10-17|
|8.||WA-Pierce||Mount Rainier||14,411||South Washington Cascades||13,210||1965-08-15|
|9.||CA-Siskiyou||Mount Shasta||14,162||California Cascades||9762||1965-08-17|
|10.||CA-Fresno/CA-Inyo||North Palisade||14,242||Central Sierra Nevada||2894||1965-09-06|
|11.||WY-Fremont/WY-Sublette||Gannett Peak||13,804||Wind River Range||7076||1966-08-23|
|12.||CO-La Plata||Windom Peak||14,087||San Juan Mountains||2167||1978-07-24|
|13.||CO-Ouray||Mount Sneffels||14,150||San Juan Mountains||3030||1978-07-26|
|14.||CO-San Miguel||Wilson Peak||14,017||San Juan Mountains||857||1978-07-28|
|15.||CO-Dolores||Mount Wilson||14,246||San Juan Mountains||4024||1978-07-29|
|16.||CO-Eagle||Mount of the Holy Cross||14,005||Sawatch Range||2111||1979-07-29|
|17.||CO-Chaffee||Mount Harvard||14,420||Sawatch Range||2340||1979-08-02|
|18.||CO-Gunnison/CO-Pitkin||Castle Peak||14,265||Elk Range Area||2345||1979-08-05|
|19.||ID-Custer||Borah Peak||12,662||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges||5982||1980-07-10|
|20.||CO-Hinsdale||Uncompahgre Peak||14,309||San Juan Mountains||4277||1980-08-05|
|21.||CO-Saguache||Crestone Peak||14,294||Sangre de Cristo Range||4534||1980-08-12|
|22.||CO-Alamosa/CO-Costilla||Blanca Peak||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||5326||1980-08-15|
|23.||CO-Lake||Mount Elbert||14,433||Sawatch Range||9073||1981-07-31|
|24.||CO-Park||Mount Lincoln||14,286||Central Colorado Ranges||3862||1981-08-03|
|25.||CO-El Paso||Pikes Peak||14,110||Front Range||5510||1981-08-05|
|26.||NM-Taos||Wheeler Peak||13,161||Sangre de Cristo Range||3409||1981-08-10|
|27.||NM-Mora/NM-Rio Arriba||Truchas Peak||13,102||Sangre de Cristo Range||4001||1981-08-14|
|28.||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Summit||Grays Peak||14,270||Front Range||2750||1982-07-25|
|29.||CO-Boulder||Longs Peak||14,255||Front Range||2940||1982-07-29|
|30.||MT-Park||Granite Peak||12,799||Absaroka Range||4759||1982-08-01|
|31.||UT-Duchesne||Kings Peak||13,528||Uinta Range||6348||1983-08-01|
|32.||WY-Big Horn/WY-Johnson||Cloud Peak||13,167||Bighorn Mountains||7067||1988-07-29|
|33.||CO-Jackson/CO-Larimer||Clark Peak||12,951||Southern Wyoming Ranges||2751||1991-08-01|
|34.||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Grand||Pettingell Peak||13,553||Front Range||1563||1991-08-22|
|35.||CO-San Juan/CO-San Miguel||Vermilion Peak||13,894||San Juan Mountains||2105||1992-08-18|
|36.||UT-San Juan||Mount Peale||12,721||Canyonlands||6161||1992-08-26|
|37.||CO-Rio Grande||Bennett Peak||13,203||San Juan Mountains||1723||1995-07-21|
|38.||CO-Archuleta||Summit Peak||13,300||San Juan Mountains||2740||1995-07-23|
|39.||CO-Conejos||Conejos Peak||13,172||San Juan Mountains||1892||1995-07-26|
|40.||UT-Duchesne/UT-Summit||Gilbert Peak||13,442||Uinta Range||1554||2003-08-25|
| ||CO-Alamosa/CO-Costilla||Blanca Peak-Northeast Slope||14,320||Sangre de Cristo Range||0|| |
| ||CO-Custer/CO-Saguache||Crestone Peak-East Peak||14,240||Sangre de Cristo Range||40|| |
| ||CO-Mineral/CO-Saguache||Phoenix Peak||13,895||San Juan Mountains||1495|| |
| ||CO-Huerfano/CO-Las Animas||West Spanish Peak||13,626||Sangre de Cristo Range||3666|| |
| ||CO-Larimer||Hagues Peak||13,560||Front Range||2400|| |
| ||CO-Clear Creek/CO-Gilpin||James Peak||13,294||Front Range||694|| |
| ||CO-Montezuma||Hesperus Mountain||13,232||San Juan Mountains||2832|| |
| ||WY-Park||Francs Peak||13,153||Absaroka Range||4056|| |
| ||CO-Fremont/CO-Saguache||Bushnell Peak||13,105||Sangre de Cristo Range||2385|| |
| ||CO-Teller||Devils Playground||13,060||Front Range||130|| |
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This list shows the fifty highest peaks in the 48 contiguous United States that are the highest point of a county. Note that this list is peak-based, not county-based. Many of the peaks in the list are the highest point in two counties, but there are still 50 peaks on it even though the number of counties represented is 57.
Many well-known fourteeners are not county high points and do not appear on this list.
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