Highest Peaks

50 U.S. State High Points (sorted by elevation)

The high points of each of the fifty states in the United States, listed by elevation

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

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