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Mountain Peaks

Mountain Peaks Maps

The USA mountain peaks map is a unique way to represent all spot heights and mountain summits taller than 250 ft, from California to Maine, and Washington to Florida; Alaska and Hawaii are included. Every notable point higher than 250 ft above sea level is indicated by a dot on the map and ranked by color according to height class. This gives the US map of high peaks, and some shorter ones too, a unique and clean look. This may not be a map for embarking on a hike, but this sure is a feast for the eyes and a wonderful piece of map artwork. Due to the multicolored nature of the summit heights, it is only available in one color.

What is the highest peak on the map?

Denali is the highest peak in the United States and the continent of North America, at 20,310 feet (6,190 m). It was once known as Mt. McKinley, but recently reverted to its original, indigenous name. It is located in the Alaska Range between Anchorage and Fairbanks, AK. The highest peak in the lower-48, is the Sierra Nevada’s Mt. Whitney at 14,505 feet (4,421 m).

What are all of the mountain peaks in the US? 

The highest peaks/summits in the US, state by state, from mountainzone.com:

Denali – Mt McKinley (AK State High Point)

20,310 ft (6,190 m)

Mount Whitney (CA State High Point)

14,497 ft (4,419 m)

Mount Elbert (CO State High Point)

14,433 ft (4,399 m)

Mount Rainier (WA State High Point)

14,411 ft (4,392 m)

Gannett Peak (WY State High Point)

13,804 ft (4,207 m)

Mauna Kea (HI State High Point)

13,803 ft (4,207 m)

Kings Peak (UT State High Point)

13,528 ft (4,123 m)

Wheeler Peak (NM State High Point)

13,161 ft (4,011 m)

Boundary Peak (NV State High Point)

13,140 ft (4,005 m)

Granite Peak (MT State High Point)

12,799 ft (3,901 m)

Borah Peak (ID State High Point)

12,662 ft (3,859 m)

Humphreys Peak (AZ State High Point)

12,633 ft (3,851 m)

Mount Hood (OR State High Point)

11,239 ft (3,426 m)

Guadalupe Peak (TX State High Point)

8,749 ft (2,667 m)

Black Elk Peak – Harney Peak (SD State High Point)

7,242 ft (2,207 m)

Mount Mitchell (NC State High Point)

6,684 ft (2,037 m)

Clingmans Dome (TN State High Point)

6,643 ft (2,025 m)

Mount Washington (NH State High Point)

6,288 ft (1,917 m)

Mount Rogers (VA State High Point)

5,729 ft (1,746 m)

Panorama Point (NE State High Point)

5,426 ft (1,654 m)

Mount Marcy (NY State High Point)

5,344 ft (1,629 m)

Mount Katahdin (ME State High Point)

5,268 ft (1,606 m)

Black Mesa (OK State High Point)

4,973 ft (1,516 m)

Spruce Knob (WV State High Point)

4,861 ft (1,482 m)

Brasstown Bald (GA State High Point)

4,784 ft (1,458 m)

Mount Mansfield (VT State High Point)

4,393 ft (1,339 m)

Black Mountain (KY State High Point)

4,139 ft (1,262 m)

Mount Sunflower (KS State High Point)

4,039 ft (1,231 m)

Sassafras Mountain (SC State High Point)

3,554 ft (1,083 m)

White Butte (ND State High Point)

3,506 ft (1,069 m)

Mount Greylock (MA State High Point)

3,487 ft (1,063 m)

Backbone Mountain (State High Point)

3,360 ft (1,024 m)

Mount Davis (PA State High Point)

3,213 ft (979 m)

Magazine Mountain (AR State High Point)

2,753 ft (839 m)

Cheaha Mountain (AL State High Point)

2,413 ft (735 m)

Mount Frissell South Slope (CT State High Point)

2,375 ft (724 m)

Eagle Mountain (MN State High Point)

2,301 ft (701 m)

Mount Arvon (MI State High Point)

1,978 ft (603 m)

Timms Hill (WI State High Point)

1,951 ft (595 m)

High Point (NJ State High Point)

1,803 ft (550 m)

Taum Sauk Mountain (MO State High Point)

1,772 ft (540 m)

Hawkeye Point (IA State High Point)

1,670 ft (509 m)

Campbell Hill (OH State High Point)

1,549 ft (472 m)

Hoosier Hill (IN State High Point)

1,257 ft (383 m)

Charles Mound (IL State High Point)

1,235 ft (376 m)

Jerimoth Hill (RI State High Point)

812 ft (247 m)

Woodall Mountain (MS State High Point)

806 ft (246 m)

Driskill Mountain (LA State High Point)

535 ft (163 m)

Ebright Azimuth (DE State High Point)

441 ft (134 m)

Britton Hill (FL State High Point)

345 ft (105 m)

Point Reno (DC Highest Point)

409 ft (125 m)


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