|Map of Alaska Range|
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Major Peaks of the Alaska Range
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount McKinley||20,320||6194||West-Central Alaska Range|
|2.||Mount Foraker||17,400||5304||West-Central Alaska Range|
|3.||Peak 15800||15,800+||4816+||West-Central Alaska Range|
|4.||Mount Hunter||14,573||4442||West-Central Alaska Range|
|5.||Mount Hayes||13,832||4216||Hayes Range|
|6.||Kahiltna Peaks-East||13,440||4097||West-Central Alaska Range|
|7.||Mount Hunter-Middle Peak||13,400+||4084+||West-Central Alaska Range|
|8.||The Fin||13,300+||4054+||West-Central Alaska Range|
|9.||Mount Silverthrone||13,220||4029||West-Central Alaska Range|
|10.||Mount Moffit||13,020||3968||Hayes Range|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Alaska Range
Climbers make their way along the very summit ridge of the South Peak of Mount McKinley, nearing the 20,320' top of North America (1997-05-27).
Mount Foraker from the West Buttress of Mount McKinley (1997-05).
A DeHaviland Beaver plane lands below the northern sub-peak of Mount Torbert, Alaska (2013-05-26).
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