|Map of Dana Area|
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Major Peaks of the Dana Area
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount Dana||13,057||3980||Dana Area|
|2.||Kuna Peak||13,002||3963||Dana Area|
|3.||Koip Peak||12,962||3951||Dana Area|
|4.||Parker Peak||12,861||3920||Dana Area|
|5.||Mount Gibbs||12,773||3893||Dana Area|
|6.||Blacktop Peak||12,720+||3877+||Dana Area|
|7.||Mount Wood||12,657||3858||Dana Area|
|8.||Koip Crest Peak||12,651||3856||Dana Area|
|9.||Peak 12565||12,565||3830||Dana Area|
|10.||Mount Lewis||12,320+||3755+||Dana Area|
|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 Dana Area
Mount Dana is an enormous pile of talus--view from Mount Gibbs (1992-08-25).
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