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5000 foot Prominence CoHPs

RankCountyPeak Elev-M Range (Level 4) Prom-M 
1.AK-DenaliMount McKinley6194West-Central Alaska Range6144
2.AK-Yakutat/YT-YukonMount Saint Elias5489Southern Icefield Ranges3409
3.AK-Valdez-CordovaMount Bona5029Northern Saint Elias Mountains2072
4.AK-Hoonah-Angoon/BC-Stikine RegionMount Fairweather4671Fairweather Range3951
5.CA-Inyo/CA-TulareMount Whitney4418Sequoia Sierra Nevada3071
6.CO-LakeMount Elbert4399Sawatch Range2765
7.WA-PierceMount Rainier4392South Washington Cascades4026
8.CO-Alamosa/CO-CostillaBlanca Peak4372Sangre de Cristo Range1623
9.CA-MonoWhite Mountain Peak4342West Great Basin Ranges2193
10.CA-SiskiyouMount Shasta4317California Cascades2976
11.CO-El PasoPikes Peak4301Front Range1680
12.AK-Southeast FairbanksMount Hayes4216Hayes Range3500
13.WY-Fremont/WY-SubletteGannett Peak4207Wind River Range2156
14.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea4205Hawaii Big Island4205
15.WY-TetonGrand Teton4197Teton Range-Yellowstone Area1990
16.UT-DuchesneKings Peak4123Uinta Range1935
17.WY-Big Horn/WY-JohnsonCloud Peak4013Bighorn Mountains2154
18.NV-White PineWheeler Peak3982East Central Great Basin Ranges2306
19.UT-San JuanMount Peale3877Canyonlands1878
20.ID-CusterBorah Peak3859Lost River-Lemhi Ranges1823
21.AZ-CoconinoHumphreys Peak3851Central Arizona Highlands1841
22.WA-YakimaMount Adams3742South Washington Cascades2474
23.ID-ButteDiamond Peak3718Lost River-Lemhi Ranges1639
24.UT-JuabIbapah Peak3684East Central Great Basin Ranges1599
25.NM-OteroSierra Blanca Peak3649Southeast New Mexico Ranges1686
26.NV-NyeMount Jefferson3640West Central Nevada Ranges1787
27.UT-Juab/UT-UtahMount Nebo3636Wasatch Range1673
28.NV-ClarkCharleston Peak3632South Great Basin Ranges2512
29.UT-GarfieldMount Ellen3512Canyonlands1781
30.CA-San BernardinoSan Gorgonio Mountain3505Transverse Ranges2528
31.AK-Kenai PeninsulaMount Torbert3479Tordrillo Mountains2641
32.OR-Clackamas/OR-Hood RiverMount Hood3426Oregon Cascades2349
33.UT-TooeleDeseret Peak3362East Great Basin Ranges1771
34.CA-RiversideSan Jacinto Peak3304Peninsular Southern California Ranges2536
35.WA-WhatcomMount Baker3286North Cascades2686
36.AZ-GrahamMount Graham3267Southeast Arizona Ranges1926
37.WA-SnohomishGlacier Peak3206North Cascades2285
38.OR-Jefferson/OR-LinnMount Jefferson3199Oregon Cascades1760
39.MT-GlacierMount Cleveland3190Glacier National Park Ranges1593
40.CA-ShastaLassen Peak3187California Cascades1594
41.OR-Deschutes/OR-LaneSouth Sister3157Oregon Cascades1703
42.CA-Los AngelesMount San Antonio3068Transverse Ranges1898
43.HI-MauiHaleakala3055Maui Island Group3055
44.OR-WallowaSacajawea Peak2999Wallowa Mountains1947
45.NV-PershingStar Peak2998West Central Nevada Ranges1646
46.AK-BethelMount Hesperus2996West Alaska Range2112
47.MT-LakeMcDonald Peak2993Northwest Montana Ranges1719
48.AZ-CochiseChiricahua Peak2975Southeast Arizona Ranges1567
49.AK-Aleutians EastShishaldin Volcano2869Aleutian Islands2869
50.AZ-PimaMount Lemmon2791Southeast Arizona Ranges1572
51.AK-North SlopeMount Isto2761Eastern Brooks Range2426
52.CA-Siskiyou/CA-TrinityMount Eddy2751Klamath Mountains1556
53.MT-Lincoln/MT-SandersSnowshoe Peak2663Northwest Montana Ranges1651
54.AK-Juneau/BC-Stikine RegionDevils Paw2593Boundary Ranges1693
55.AK-Northwest ArcticMount Igikpak2523Schwatka Mountains1852
56.AK-AnchorageBashful Peak2440Chugach Mountains1608
57.WA-JeffersonMount Olympus2429Olympic Mountains2389
58.WA-StevensAbercrombie Mountain2227Selkirk Mountains1575
59.AK-Aleutians WestMount Vsevidof2149Aleutian Islands2149
60.NC-YanceyMount Mitchell2037Central Blue Ridge Ranges1856
61.NH-CoösMount Washington1917White Mountains1874
62.AK-SitkaBaranof Island High Point1643Alexander Archipelago1643
63.HI-KauaiKawaikini1598Kauai and NW Hawaii1598

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