List of extreme summits of the United States

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Denali in Alaska is the highest mountain peak of the United States and North America. Denali is the third most topographically prominent and third most topographically isolated summit on Earth after Mount Everest and Aconcagua.

This article comprises four sortable tables of mountain summits of the United States that are the higher than any other point north or south of their latitude or east or west their longitude in the U.S.

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.[1][2]
  2. The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings.[3][4][2]
  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]

Northernmost high summits

The northernmost summits of their elevation in the United States

Rank Mountain peak State Mountain range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
6 Mount Chamberlin[6][7][8][9]  Alaska Brooks Range 8,901 ft
2713 m
4,151 ft
1265 m
27.2 mi
43.9 km
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5 Mount Isto[10][11][12][13]  Alaska Brooks Range 8,976 ft
2736 m
7,901 ft
2408 m
394 mi
634 km
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4 Hess Mountain[14][15][16]  Alaska Alaska Range 11,940 ft
3639 m
2,490 ft
759 m
2.78 mi
4.47 km
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3 Mount Deborah[17][18][19]  Alaska Alaska Range 12,339 ft
3761 m
5,189 ft
1582 m
16.08 mi
25.9 km
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2 Mount Hayes[20][21][22][23]  Alaska Alaska Range 13,832 ft
4216 m
11,507 ft
3507 m
125.5 mi
202 km
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1 Denali[24][25][26]
(Mount McKinley)
 Alaska Alaska Range 20,310 ft
6190.5 m
20,146 ft
6141 m
4,629 mi
7,450 km
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Southernmost high summits

The southernmost summits of their elevation in the United States

Rank Mountain peak State Mountain range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
7 Mauna Loa[27][28][29][30]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,679 ft
4169 m
7,099 ft
2164 m
25.4 mi
40.8 km
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6 Mauna Kea[31][32][33][34][35]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,803 ft
4207.3 m
13,803 ft
4207 m
2,453 mi
3,947 km
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5 Mount Kaweah[36][37][38][39][40]  California Sierra Nevada 13,807 ft
4209 m
2,027 ft
618 m
10.73 mi
17.27 km
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4 Mount Whitney[41][42][43][44][45]  California Sierra Nevada 14,505 ft
4421.0 m
10,080 ft
3072 m
1,646 mi
2,649 km
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3 Mount Fairweather[46][47][48]
(Fairweather Mountain)
 Alaska
 British Columbia
Saint Elias Mountains 15,325 ft
4671 m
12,995 ft
3961 m
124.4 mi
200 km
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2 Mount Saint Elias[49][50][51]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 18,009 ft
5489 m
11,250 ft
3429 m
25.6 mi
41.3 km
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1 Denali[24][25][26]
(Mount McKinley)
 Alaska Alaska Range 20,310 ft
6190.5 m
20,146 ft
6141 m
4,629 mi
7,450 km
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Easternmost high summits

The easternmost summits of their elevation in the United States

Rank Mountain peak State Mountain range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
18 Katahdin[52][53][54][55]  Maine Longfellow Mountains 5,270 ft
1606.4 m
4,293 ft
1309 m
158.3 mi
255 km
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17 Mount Washington[56][57][58][59][60][61]  New Hampshire White Mountains 6,288 ft
1917 m
6,158 ft
1877 m
820 mi
1,319 km
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16 Mount Mitchell[62][63][64][65][66]  North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains 6,684 ft
2037 m
6,092 ft
1857 m
1,189 mi
1,913 km
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15 Emory Peak[67][68][69][70][71]  Texas Chisos Mountains 7,812 ft
2381 m
4,495 ft
1370 m
46.2 mi
74.3 km
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14 Baldy Peak[72][73][74][75]  Texas Davis Mountains 8,381 ft
2554.5 m
3,923 ft
1196 m
95.4 mi
153.6 km
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13 Fishers Peak[76][77][78][79][80]  Colorado Raton Mesa 9,633 ft
2936.2 m
1,847 ft
563 m
31.0 mi
49.9 km
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12 East Spanish Peak[81][82][83][84][85]  Colorado Spanish Peaks 12,688 ft
3867 m
2,383 ft
726 m
4.21 mi
6.78 km
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11 West Spanish Peak[86][87][88][89]  Colorado Spanish Peaks 13,631 ft
4155 m
3,686 ft
1123 m
19.87 mi
32.0 km
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10 Pikes Peak[90][91][92][93]  Colorado Front Range 14,115 ft
4302.31 m
5,530 ft
1686 m
60.6 mi
97.6 km
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9 Blanca Peak[94][95][96][97][98]  Colorado Sangre de Cristo Mountains 14,351 ft
4374 m
5,326 ft
1623 m
103.4 mi
166.4 km
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8 Mount Harvard[99][100][101][102][103]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,421 ft
4395.6 m
2,360 ft
719 m
14.92 mi
24.0 km
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7 Mount Elbert[104][105][106][107]  Colorado Sawatch Range 14,440 ft
4401.2 m
9,093 ft
2772 m
671 mi
1,079 km
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6 Mount Whitney[41][42][43][44][45]  California Sierra Nevada 14,505 ft
4421.0 m
10,080 ft
3072 m
1,646 mi
2,649 km
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5 Mount Fairweather[46][47][48]
(Fairweather Mountain)
 Alaska
 British Columbia
Saint Elias Mountains 15,325 ft
4671 m
12,995 ft
3961 m
124.4 mi
200 km
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4 Mount Saint Elias[49][50][51]  Alaska
 Yukon
Saint Elias Mountains 18,009 ft
5489 m
11,250 ft
3429 m
25.6 mi
41.3 km
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3 Mount Moffit[108][109]  Alaska Alaska Range 13,020 ft
3969 m
3,970 ft
1210 m
10.20 mi
16.41 km
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2 Mount Hayes[20][21][22][23]  Alaska Alaska Range 13,832 ft
4216 m
11,507 ft
3507 m
125.5 mi
202 km
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1 Denali[24][25][26]
(Mount McKinley)
 Alaska Alaska Range 20,310 ft
6190.5 m
20,146 ft
6141 m
4,629 mi
7,450 km
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Westernmost high summits

The westernmost summits of their elevation in the United States

Rank Mountain peak State Mountain range Elevation Prominence Isolation Location
12 Buldir Volcano[110][111][112][113][114]  Alaska Buldir Island 2,152 ft
656 m
2,152 ft
656 m
73.8 mi
118.7 km
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11 Kiska Volcano[115][116][117][118]  Alaska Kiska Island 4,004 ft
1220 m
4,004 ft
1220 m
85.6 mi
137.7 km
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10 Anvil Peak[119][120][121][122]  Alaska Semisopochnoi Island 4,007 ft
1221 m
4,007 ft
1221 m
70.0 mi
112.6 km
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9 Gareloi Volcano[123][124][125][126][127]  Alaska Gareloi Island 5,160 ft
1573 m
5,160 ft
1573 m
28.6 mi
46.1 km
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8 Tanaga Volcano[128][129][130][131]  Alaska Tanaga Island 5,925 ft
1806 m
5,925 ft
1806 m
407 mi
656 km
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7 Mount Vsevidof[132][133][134][135]  Alaska Umnak Island 7,051 ft
2149 m
7,051 ft
2149 m
223 mi
358 km
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6 Shishaldin Volcano[136][137][138][139]  Alaska Unimak Island 9,414 ft
2869 m
9,414 ft
2869 m
545 mi
877 km
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5 Haleakalā[140][141][142]  Hawaii Island of Maui 10,023 ft
3055 m
10,023 ft
3055 m
76.3 mi
122.9 km
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4 Mauna Loa[27][28][29][30]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,679 ft
4169 m
7,099 ft
2164 m
25.4 mi
40.8 km
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3 Mauna Kea[31][32][33][34][35]  Hawaii Island of Hawaiʻi 13,803 ft
4207.3 m
13,803 ft
4207 m
2,453 mi
3,947 km
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2 Mount Foraker[143][144][145]  Alaska Alaska Range 17,400 ft
5304 m
7,250 ft
2210 m
14.27 mi
23.0 km
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1 Denali[24][25][26]
(Mount McKinley)
 Alaska Alaska Range 20,310 ft
6190.5 m
20,146 ft
6141 m
4,629 mi
7,450 km
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References

  1. 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.
  2. 2.0 2.1 If the elevation or prominence of a summit is calculated as a range of values, the arithmetic mean is shown.
  3. 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.
  4. 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. All summits in this article have at least 500 meters of topographic prominence. An ultra-prominent summit is a summit with at least 1500 meters (4921 feet) of topographic prominence.
  5. The topographic isolation of a summit is the great-circle distance to its nearest point of equal elevation.
  6. Mount Chamberlin is the northernmost 2000-meter (6562-foot) summit of Alaska and the United States
  7. The summit of Mount Chamberlin is the highest point of the Franklin Mountains.
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  10. Mount Isto is the northernmost ultra-prominent summit of Alaska and the United States
  11. The summit of Mount Isto is the highest point of the Brooks Range.
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  14. Hess Mountain is the northernmost 3000-meter (9843-foot) summit of Alaska and the United States
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  17. Mount Deborah is the northernmost summit of its elevation in Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
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  20. 20.0 20.1 Mount Hayes is the northernmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  21. 21.0 21.1 The summit of Mount Hayes is the highest point of the Hayes Range.
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  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 The summit of Denali is the highest point of the Alaska Range, the State of Alaska, the United States of America, and greater North America. Denali is the third most topographically prominent and third most topographically isolated summit on Earth after Mount Everest and Aconcagua.
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  27. 27.0 27.1 The shield volcano Mauna Loa is the most voluminous mountain on Earth with an estimated volume of 74,000 km³ (17,800 cubic miles), or enough material to fill the Grand Canyon more than 18 times
  28. 28.0 28.1 Mauna Loa is the southernmost and westernmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of Hawaiʻi and the United States
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  31. 31.0 31.1 Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain on Earth as measured from base to summit. The shield volcano sits on the ocean floor at a depth of 5998 meters (19,678 feet) for a total height of 10,205.3 meters (33,482 feet)
  32. 32.0 32.1 The summit of Mauna Kea is the highest point of the Island of Hawaiʻi, the U.S. State of Hawaiʻi, and all islands of the Pacific Ocean.
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  36. Mount Kaweah is the southernmost summit of its elevation in United States
  37. The summit of Mount Kaweah is the highest point of the Great Western Divide.
  38. The elevation of Mount Kaweah includes an adjustment of +1.652 m (+5.42 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  41. 41.0 41.1 Mount Whitney is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in United States
  42. 42.0 42.1 The summit of Mount Whitney is the highest point of the Sierra Nevada, the State of California, and the contiguous United States.
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  46. 46.0 46.1 Mount Fairweather lies on the international border between Alaska and British Columbia. The peak is the highest point of the Canadian Province of British Columbia and the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in both Canada and the United States
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  49. 49.0 49.1 Mount Saint Elias is the second highest major summit of both Canada and the United States
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  52. Katahdin is the easternmost 1000-meter (3281-foot) summit of the United States
  53. The summit of Katahdin is the highest point of the Longfellow Mountains and the U.S. State of Maine.
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  56. Mount Washington is the easternmost ultra-prominent summit of the United States
  57. The summit of Mount Washington is the highest point of the White Mountains, the State of New Hampshire, and the northeastern United States.
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  59. The elevation of Mount Washington includes an adjustment of +0.020 m (+0.07 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  62. Mount Mitchell is the easternmost 2000-meter (6562-foot) summit of the United States
  63. The summit of Mount Mitchell is the highest point of the Appalachian Mountains, the State of North Carolina, and the eastern United States.
  64. The elevation of Mount Mitchell includes an adjustment of +0.025 m (+0.08 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  67. Emory Peak is the easternmost summit of its elevation in the United States
  68. The summit of Emory Peak is the highest point of the Chisos Mountains.
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  72. Baldy Peak is the easternmost summit of its elevation in the United States
  73. The summit of Baldy Peak is the highest point of the Davis Mountains.
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  76. Fishers Peak is the easternmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains and the United States
  77. The summit of Fishers Peak is the highest point of Raton Mesa.
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  81. East Spanish Peak is the easternmost 3000-meter (9843-foot) summit of the Rocky Mountains and the United States
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  83. The elevation of East Spanish Peak includes an adjustment of +1.372 m (+4.50 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  86. West Spanish Peak is the easternmost 4000-meter (13,123-foot) summit of the Rocky Mountains and the United States
  87. The elevation of West Spanish Peak includes an adjustment of +1.468 m (+4.82 ft) from NGVD 29 to NAVD 88.
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  90. 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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  94. Blanca Peak is the southernmost ultra-prominent summit of the Rocky Mountains
  95. The summit of Blanca Peak is the highest point of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the entire Rio Grande drainage basin.
  96. 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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  99. Mount Harvard is the southernmost and easternmost summit of its elevation in the Rocky Mountains
  100. The summit of Mount Harvard is the highest point of the Collegiate Peaks.
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  104. 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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  108. "Mount Moffit". Summits of the World. peakbagger.com. Retrieved May 4, 2016.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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  110. Buldir Volcano is the westernmost 500-meter (1640-foot) summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  111. The summit of Buldir Volcano is the highest point of Buldir Island.
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  115. Kiska Volcano is the westernmost 1000-meter (3281-foot) summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  116. The summit of Kiska Volcano is the highest point of Kiska Island.
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  119. Anvil Peak is the westernmost summit of its elevation in Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  120. The summit of Anvil Peak is the highest point of Semisopochnoi Island and the Rat Islands.
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  123. Gareloi Volcano is the westernmost ultra-prominent summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  124. The summit of Gareloi Volcano is the highest point of Gareloi Island.
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  128. Tanaga Volcano is the westernmost summit of its elevation in Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  129. The summit of Tanaga Volcano is the highest point of Tanaga Island and the Andreanof Islands.
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  132. Mount Vsevidof is the westernmost 2000-meter (6562-foot) summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  133. The summit of Mount Vsevidof is the highest point of Umnak Island and the Fox Islands.
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  136. Shishaldin Volcano is the westernmost summit of its elevation in Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
  137. The summit of Shishaldin Volcano is the highest point of Unimak Island and the Aleutian Islands.
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  140. The summit of Haleakalā is the highest point of the Island of Maui and the westernmost 3000 meter (9842.5-foot) summit of the United States.
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  143. Mount Foraker is the westernmost 5000-meter (16,404-foot) summit of Alaska, the United States, and greater North America
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