List of Ultras of the Rocky Mountains

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The following sortable table comprises the 31 ultra-prominent summits of the Rocky Mountains of North America. Each of these peaks has at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.[1]

The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three principal ways:

  1. The topographic elevation of a summit measures the height of the summit above a geodetic sea level.[2][3]
  2. The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings.[4][3]
  3. The topographic isolation (or radius of dominance) of a summit measures how far the summit lies from its nearest point of equal elevation.[5]

Ultra-prominent summits

Of these 31 ultra-prominent summits of the Rocky Mountains, ten are located in British Columbia, nine in Alberta, four in Montana, three in Colorado, three in Utah, three in Wyoming, and two in Idaho. Three of these peaks lie on the Alberta-British Columbia border.

The 31 ultra-prominent summits of the Rocky Mountains

Rank Mountain Peak State or Province Mountain Range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
1 Mount Robson[6][7][8][9]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3959 m
12,989 ft
2829 m
9,281 ft
460 km
286 mi
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2 Mount Elbert[10][11][12][13]  Colorado Sawatch Range 4401.2 m
14,440 ft
2772 m
9,093 ft
1,079 km
671 mi
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3 Mount Columbia[14][15][16]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3741 m
12,274 ft
2371 m
7,779 ft
158.0 km
98.2 mi
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4 Cloud Peak[17][18][19][20][21]  Wyoming Bighorn Mountains 4013.3 m
13,167 ft
2157 m
7,077 ft
233 km
145.0 mi
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5 Gannett Peak[22][23][24][25][26]  Wyoming Wind River Range 4209.1 m
13,809 ft
2157 m
7,076 ft
467 km
290 mi
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6 Mount Assiniboine[27][28][29]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3616 m
11,864 ft
2082 m
6,831 ft
141.8 km
88.1 mi
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7 Mount Edith Cavell[30][31]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3363 m
11,033 ft
2033 m
6,670 ft
47.2 km
29.3 mi
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8 Grand Teton[32][33][34][35][36]  Wyoming Teton Range 4198.7 m
13,775 ft
1995 m
6,545 ft
111.6 km
69.4 mi
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9 Kings Peak[37][38][39][40]  Utah Uinta Mountains 4125 m
13,534 ft
1938 m
6,358 ft
268 km
166.6 mi
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10 Mount Goodsir[41][42][43]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3567 m
11,703 ft
1917 m
6,289 ft
64.1 km
39.8 mi
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11 Borah Peak[44][45][46][47]  Idaho Lost River Range 3861.2 m
12,668 ft
1829 m
6,002 ft
243 km
150.8 mi
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12 Mount Harrison[48][49][50]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3360 m
11,024 ft
1770 m
5,807 ft
52.1 km
32.4 mi
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13 Mount Sir Alexander[51][52][53]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3275 m
10,745 ft
1762 m
5,781 ft
87.8 km
54.5 mi
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14 Mount Hector[54][55]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3394 m
11,135 ft
1759 m
5,771 ft
21.5 km
13.34 mi
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15 Whitehorn Mountain[56][57][58]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3399 m
11,152 ft
1747 m
5,732 ft
7.94 km
4.93 mi
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16 Mount Chown[59][60][61]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3316 m
10,879 ft
1746 m
5,728 ft
30.7 km
19.05 mi
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17 Crazy Peak[62][63][64][65]  Montana Crazy Mountains 3418 m
11,214 ft
1743 m
5,719 ft
71.8 km
44.6 mi
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18 McDonald Peak[66][67][68][69]  Montana Mission Range 2994 m
9,824 ft
1722 m
5,650 ft
127.8 km
79.4 mi
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19 Pikes Peak[70][71][72][73]  Colorado Front Range 4302.31 m
14,115 ft
1686 m
5,530 ft
97.6 km
60.6 mi
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20 Mount Nebo[74][75][76][77]  Utah Wasatch Range 3637 m
11,933 ft
1679 m
5,508 ft
121.6 km
75.6 mi
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21 Snowshoe Peak[78][79][80][81]  Montana Cabinet Mountains 2665 m
8,743 ft
1658 m
5,438 ft
133.5 km
82.9 mi
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22 Jeanette Peak[82][83]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3089 m
10,135 ft
1657 m
5,436 ft
17.54 km
10.90 mi
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23 Mount Forbes[84][85][86][87]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3617 m
11,867 ft
1649 m
5,410 ft
47.4 km
29.5 mi
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24 Diamond Peak[88][89][90][91]  Idaho Lemhi Range 3719.3 m
12,202 ft
1642 m
5,387 ft
51.2 km
31.8 mi
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25 Blanca Peak[92][93][94][95][96]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Mountains 4374 m
14,351 ft
1623 m
5,326 ft
166.4 km
103.4 mi
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26 Mount Timpanogos[97][98][99][100]  Utah Wasatch Range 3582 m
11,752 ft
1609 m
5,279 ft
63.8 km
39.6 mi
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27 Mount Fryatt[101][102][103]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3361 m
11,027 ft
1608 m
5,276 ft
16.37 km
10.17 mi
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28 Mount Cleveland[104][105][106][107]  Montana Lewis Range 3194 m
10,479 ft
1599 m
5,246 ft
159.9 km
99.4 mi
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29 Mount Temple[108][109][110]  Alberta Canadian Rockies 3540 m
11,614 ft
1530 m
5,020 ft
21.3 km
13.22 mi
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Mount Ida[111][112][113]  British Columbia Canadian Rockies 3200 m
10,499 ft
1530 m
5,020 ft
14.14 km
8.79 mi
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31 Mount Joffre[114][115][116]  Alberta
 British Columbia
Canadian Rockies 3433 m
11,263 ft
1505 m
4,938 ft
49.2 km
30.6 mi
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References

  1. This article defines a significant summit as a summit with at least 100 meters (328.1 feet) of topographic prominence, and a major summit as a summit with at least 500 meters (1640 feet) of topographic prominence. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.
  2. All elevations in the 48 states of the contiguous United States include an elevation adjustment from the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29) to the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD 88). For further information, please see this United States National Geodetic Survey note.
  3. 3.0 3.1 If the elevation or prominence of a summit is calculated as a range of values, the arithmetic mean is shown.
  4. The topographic prominence of a summit is the topographic elevation difference between the summit and its highest or key col to a higher summit. The summit may be near its key col or quite far away. The key col for Denali in Alaska is the Isthmus of Rivas in Nicaragua, 7642 kilometers (4749 miles) away.
  5. The topographic isolation of a summit is the great-circle distance to its nearest point of equal elevation.
  6. Mount Robson is the easternmost summit of its elevation in Canada and the northernmost and westernmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains
  7. The summit of Mount Robson is the highest point of the Canadian Rockies.
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  10. The summit of Mount Elbert is the highest point of the U.S. State of Colorado, the Rocky Mountains of North America, and the entire Mississippi River drainage basin.
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  14. Mount Columbia on the Great Divide between British Columbia and Alberta is the highest point of the Columbia Icefield, the Province of Alberta, and the entire Beaufort Sea Drainage basin
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  17. Cloud Peak is the northernmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of the Rocky Mountains
  18. The summit of Cloud Peak is the highest point of the Bighorn Mountains.
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  22. Gannett Peak is the northernmost and westernmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains
  23. The summit of Gannett Peak is the highest point of the Wind River Range, the U.S. State of Wyoming, and the central Rocky Mountains.
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  27. Mount Assiniboine is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in Canada
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  32. Grand Teton is the northernmost and westernmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of the Rocky Mountains
  33. The summit of Grand Teton is the highest point of the Teton Range.
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  37. The summit of Kings Peak is the highest point of the Uinta Mountains, the U.S. State of Utah, and the western Rocky Mountains.
  38. The elevation of Kings Peak includes an adjustment of +1.807 m (+5.93 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  41. The summit of Mount Goodsir is the highest point of the Ottertail Range.
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  44. The summit of Borah Peak is the highest point of the Lost River Range and the U.S. State of Idaho.
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  48. Mount Harrison is the southernmost and easternmost 3000-meter (9843-foot) summit of Canada
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  51. Mount Sir Alexander is the northernmost and westernmost 3000-meter (9843-foot) summit and ultra-prominent summit of the Rocky Mountains
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  56. Whitehorn Mountain is the northernmost and westernmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains
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  59. Mount Chown is the northernmost and westernmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains
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  62. The summit of Crazy Peak is the highest point of the Crazy Mountains.
  63. The elevation of Crazy Peak includes an adjustment of +1.421 m (+4.66 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  66. The summit of McDonald Peak is the highest point of the Mission Range.
  67. The elevation of McDonald Peak includes an adjustment of +1.318 m (+4.32 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  70. Pikes Peak is the easternmost 14,000-foot (4267-meter) summit and ultra-prominent summit of the Rocky Mountains. Pikes Peak was the inspiration for the lyrics of America the Beautiful
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  74. The summit of Mount Nebo is the highest point of the Wasatch Range.
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  78. The summit of Snowshoe Peak is the highest point of the Cabinet Mountains.
  79. The elevation of Snowshoe Peak includes an adjustment of +1.367 m (+4.48 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  84. Mount Forbes is the easternmost summit of its elevation in Canada
  85. The summit of Mount Forbes is the highest point of the entire Hudson Bay drainage basin.
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  88. The summit of Diamond Peak is the highest point of the Lemhi Range.
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  92. Blanca Peak is the southernmost ultra-prominent summit of the Rocky Mountains
  93. The summit of Blanca Peak is the highest point of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the entire Rio Grande drainage basin.
  94. The elevation of Blanca Peak includes an adjustment of +1.755 m (+5.76 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  97. The summit of Mount Timpanogos is the highest point of the central Wasatch Range.
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  101. The summit of Mount Fryatt is the highest point of the Hooker Icefield.
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  104. The summit of Mount Cleveland is the highest point of the Lewis Range.
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  108. The summit of Mount Temple is the highest point of the Bow Range.
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  111. Mount Ida is the northernmost 3000-meter (9843-foot) summit and ultra-promoinent summit of the Rocky Mountains
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  114. Mount Joffre is the easternmost summit of its elevation in Canada
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