Highest Peaks

50 U.S. State High Points (alphabetical by state)

The high points of each of the fifty states in the United States, listed in alphabetical order by state

  1. Cheaha Mountain (2,405 ft./733 m., Alabama)
  2. Denali (20,320 ft./6,194 m., Alaska)
  3. Humphreys Peak (12,633 ft./3,851 m., Arizona)
  4. Mount Magazine (2,753 ft./839 m., Arkansas)
  5. Mount Whitney (14,494 ft./4,418 m., California)
  6. Mount Elbert (14,433 ft./4,399 m., Colorado)
  7. Mount Frissell (2,380 ft./725 m., Connecticut)
  8. Ebright Azimuth (442 ft./135 m., Delaware)
  9. Britton Hill (345 ft./105 m., Florida)
  10. Brasstown Bald (4,784 ft./1,458 m., Georgia)
  11. Mauna Kea (13,796 ft./4,205 m., Hawaii)
  12. Borah Peak (Mount Borah) (12,662 ft./3,859 m., Idaho)
  13. Charles Mound (1,235 ft./376 m., Illinois)
  14. Hoosier Hill (1,257 ft./383 m., Indiana)
  15. Hawkeye Point (1,670 ft./509 m., Iowa)
  16. Mount Sunflower (4,039 ft./1,231 m., Kansas)
  17. Black Mountain (4,145 ft./1,263 m., Kentucky)
  18. Driskill Mountain (535 ft./163 m., Louisiana)
  19. Mount Katahdin (5,268 ft./1,606 m., Maine)
  20. Backbone Mountain (3,360 ft./1,024 m., Maryland)
  21. Mount Greylock (3,491 ft./1,064 m., Massachusetts)
  22. Mount Arvon (1,979 ft./603 m., Michigan)
  23. Eagle Mountain (2,301 ft./701 m., Minnesota)
  24. Woodall Mountain (806 ft./246 m., Mississippi)
  25. Taum Sauk (1,779 ft./542 m., Missouri)
  26. Granite Peak (12,799 ft./3,901 m., Montana)
  27. Panorama Point (5,426 ft./1,654 m., Nebraska)
  28. Boundary Peak (13,143 ft./4,006 m., Nevada)
  29. Mount Washington (6,288 ft./1,917 m., New Hampshire)
  30. High Point (1,803 ft./550 m., New Jersey)
  31. Wheeler Peak (13,161 ft./4,011 m., New Mexico)
  32. Mount Marcy (5,344 ft./1,629 m., New York)
  33. Mount Mitchell (6,684 ft./2,037 m., North Carolina)
  34. White Butte (3,506 ft./1,069 m., North Dakota)
  35. Campbell Hill (1,549 ft./472 m., Ohio)
  36. Black Mesa (4,973 ft./1,516 m., Oklahoma)
  37. Mount Hood (11,237 ft./3,426 m., Oregon)
  38. Mount Davis (3,213 ft./979 m., Pennsylvania)
  39. Jerimoth Hill (812 ft./247 m., Rhode Island)
  40. Sassafras Mountain (3,560 ft./1,085 m., South Carolina)
  41. Harney Peak (7,242 ft./2,207 m., South Dakota)
  42. Clingman's Dome (6,643 ft./2,025 m., Tennessee)
  43. Guadalupe Peak (8,749 ft./2,667 m., Texas)
  44. Kings Peak (13,528 ft./4,123 m., Utah)
  45. Mount Mansfield (4,393 ft./1,339 m., Vermont)
  46. Mount Rogers (5,729 ft./1,746 m., Virginia)
  47. Mount Rainier (14,411 ft./4,392 m., Washington)
  48. Spruce Knob (4,863 ft./1,482 m., West Virginia)
  49. Timms Hill (1,952 ft./595 m., Wisconsin)
  50. Gannett Peak (13,804 ft./4,207 m., Wyoming)

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