List of mountains of the United States


List of mountains of the United States

This list of mountains of the United States includes significant mountain peaks and high points located in the United States of America arranged alphabetically by state, district, or territory.

ignificant mountain peaks and high points

Alabama

*Brindley Mountain
*Capshaw Mountain
*Cheaha Mountain, highest summit of the State of Alabama
*Colvin Mountain
*Gunters Mountain
*Keel Mountain
*Lookout Mountain
*Monte Sano
*Red Mountain (Birmingham, Alabama)
*Sand Mountain (Alabama)

Alaska

*Afognak Mountain, summit of Afognak Island
*Anvil Peak, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Semisopochnoi Island
*Atna Peaks
*Atuk Mountain, summit of St. Lawrence Island
*Baranof Island High Point, summit of Baranof Island
*Bashful Peak
*Black Mountain (Alaska), highest summit of the De Long Mountains
*Buldir Volcano, stratovolcano that forms the summit of Buldir Island
*Carlisle Island High Point, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Carlisle Island
*Chichagof Island High Point, summit of Chichagof Island
*Cloud Peak (North Slope, Alaska), highest summit of the Philip Smith Mountains
*Cold Bay Volcano
*Denali, see Mount McKinley
*Eagle Peak (Alaska), summit of Admiralty Island
*Flat Top Mountain (Sitka City and Borough, Alaska)
*Flattop Mountain (Anchorage, Alaska)
*Frosty Peak, stratovolcano
*Granite Range High Point
*Great Sitkin Volcano, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Great Sitkin Island
*Hanagita Peak
*Hinchinbrook Island High Point, summit of Hinchinbrook Island
*Iliamna Volcano, active stratovolcano
*Isanotski Peaks, stratovolcano
*Isthmus Peak
*Kichatna Spire
*Knight Island High Point, summit of Knight Island
*Koniag Peak, summit of Kodiak Island
*Korovin Volcano, active stratovolcano forms the summit of Atka Island
*Makushin Volcano, active stratovolcano
*Mentasta Mountains High Point
*Montague Island High Point, summit of Montague Island
*Mount Adagdak, stratovolcano
*Mount Akutan, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Akutan Island
*Mount Amak, active stratovolcano
*Mount Amukta, active stratovolcano
*Mount Angayukaqsraq, highest summit of the Baird Mountains
*Mount Aniakchak, active stratovolcano
*Mount Augustine, active lava dome that forms the summit of Augustine Island
*Mount Bassie
*Mount Bear
*Mount Blackburn, highest summit of the Wrangell Mountains
*Mount Bona
*Mount Carlisle, active stratovolcano
*Mount Chamberlin (Alaska), highest summit of the Brooks Range and the Arctic United States
*Mount Chiginagak, active stratovolcano
*Mount Cleveland (Alaska), active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Chuginadak Island
*Mount Crillon
*Mount Deborah
*Mount Douglas (Alaska), active stratovolcano
*Mount Drum, stratovolcano
*Mount Dutton, active stratovolcano
*Mount Edgecumbe (Alaska), stratovolcano that forms the summit of Kruzof Island
*Mount Etolin, summit of Etolin Island
*Mount Fairweather
*Mount Foraker
*Mount Foresta
*Mount Gareloi, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Gareloi Island
*Mount Gilbert (Alaska), volcano that forms the summit of Akun Island
*Mount Griggs, active stratovolcano
*Mount Harper
*Mount Hayes, stratovolcano remnant
*Mount Hesperus
*Mount Hunter (Alaska)
*Mount Huntington (Alaska)
*Mount Igikpak, highest summit of the Schwatka Mountains
*Mount Iliamna, active stratovolcano
*Mount Juneau
*Mount Kagamil, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Kagamil Island
*Mount Kaguyak, stratovolcano
*Mount Kanaga, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Kanaga Island
*Mount Katmai, active stratovolcano
*Mount Kimball (Alaska)
*Mount Kiska, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Kiska Island
*Mount Mageik, active volcano
*Mount Makushin, active stratovolcano
*Mount Marcus Baker
*Mount Martin (Alaska), active stratovolcano
*Mount McKinley,The summit of Mount McKinley (Denali) at 6194 meters (20,320 ft) is the highest summit of the Alaska Range, the State of Alaska, the United States of America, and North America.] highest summit of the State of Alaska, the United States, and North America
*Mount Michelson (Brooks Range)
*Mount Michelson (Chugach Mountains)
*Mount Miller
*Mount Moffett, stratovolcano that forms the summit of Adak Island
*Mount Natazhat
*Mount Neacola
*Mount Okmok, active shield volcano
*Mount Palmer (Alaska)
*Mount Pavlof, active stratovolcano
*Mount POW/MIA
*Mount Quincy Adams (Fairweather Range)
*Mount Recheshnoi, active stratovolcano
*Mount Redoubt (Alaska), active stratovolcano that forms the highest summit of the Chigmit Mountains
*Mount Reid, summit of Revillagigedo Island
*Mount Ripinski
*Mount Roberts (Alaska)
*Mount Russell (Alaska)
*Mount Saint Elias, highest summit of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve and the second highest summit of both the United States and Canada
*Mount Sanford (Alaska), volcano
*Mount Seguam, active stratovolcano
*Mount Shishaldin, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Unimak Island
*Mount Spurr, active stratovolcano
*Mount Steller (Chugach Mountains), stratovolcano
*Mount Susitna
*Mount Tom White
*Mount Torbert
*Mount Trident, active stratovolcano
*Mount Vancouver
*Mount Veniaminof, active stratovolcano
*Mount Vsevidof, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Umnak Island
*Mount Westdahl, active volcano
*Mount Wrangell, active shield volcano
*Novarupta, active lava dome
*Pavlof Sister, stratovolcano
*Peak 5390
*Peak 6200
*Peak 6915
*Peak 8010
*Peak 8084
*Peak 8336
*Peak 8488
*Pioneer Peak (Alaska)
*Pogromni Volcano
*Polar Bear Peak
*Prince of Wales High Point, summit of Prince of Wales Island
*Pyre Peak, summit of Seguam Island
*Regal Mountain
*Sanak Peak, summit of Sanak Island
*Segula Peak, stratovolcano that forms the summit of Segula Island
*Snow Tower
*Sovereign Mountain
*Tanaga Volcano, active stratovolcano that forms the summit of Tanaga Island
*Thibodeaux Mountain, highest summit of the Endicott Mountains
*Truuli Peak
*Tukgahgo Mountain
*Ugashik-Peulik, active stratovolcano
*University Peak (Alaska)
*Wiki Peak
*Yantarni Volcano

Arizona

*A Mountain
*Agassiz Peak
*Ajo Peak
*Baboquivari Peak
*Black Mesa (western Arizona)
*Camelback Mountain
*Chiricahua Peak
*Coyote Buttes
*Doyle Peak
*El Capitan (Arizona)
*Escudilla Mountain
*Four Peaks
*Fremont Peak (Arizona)
*Granite Mountain (Arizona)
*Gu Achi Peak
*Hualapai Peak
*Humphreys Peak, highest summit of the State of Arizona
*Kaibab Plateau High Point
*Kendrick Peak
*Kitt Peak
*Miller Peak
*Mingus Mountain
*Mount Baldy (Arizona)
*Mount Elden
*Mount Graham
*Mount Hopkins (Arizona)
*Mount Lemmon
*Mount Tipton
*Mount Union (Arizona)
*Mount Wrightson
*Navajo Mountain
*Picketpost Mountain
*Piestewa Peak
*Pusch Ridge
*Red Butte
*Roof Butte
*San Francisco Peaks, four highest summits of Arizona
*Sentinel Peak (Arizona)
*SP Crater
*Sunnyslope Mountain
*Sunset Crater
*Superstition Mountain
*Tempe Butte
*Thimble Peak
*Thompson Peak

Arkansas

*Mount Magazine, highest summit of the State of Arkansas
*Petit Jean

California

*Adams Peak (California)
*Alamo Mountain
*Anderson Peak (San Bernardino Mountains)
*Ash Creek Butte
*Avawatz Peak
*Babbitt Peak
*Bald Eagle Mountain (California)
*Bear Mountain (Sierra Nevada)
*Big Maria Mountains High Point
*Big Pine Mountain
*Birch Mountain (Sierra Nevada)
*Black Butte (Chocolate Mountains)
*Black Butte (Northern California Coast Range)
*Black Kaweah
*Black Mountain (Siskiyou County, California)
*Boulder Peak
*Breckenridge Mountain
*Brown Peak (Kern County, California)
*Bully Choop Mountain
*Burney Mountain
*Burnt Peak
*Butt Mountain
*Cady Peak
*Cahto Peak
*Castle Peak (California)
*Cathedral Peak (California)
*Chanchelulla Peak
*Chews Ridge
*Cinder Cone
*Clark Mountain
*Cobb Mountain
*Cone Peak
*Copernicus Peak
*Coso Peak
*Cottonwood Peak
*Coyote Mountain
*Crater Peak (California)
*Cuyamaca Peak
*Devils Peak, summit of Santa Cruz Island and highest summit of the Channel Islands of California
*Dixie Mountain
*Double Mountain
*Dry Mountain
*Eagle Crags
*Eagle Mountain (California)
*Eagle Peak (California)
*Edgar Peak
*El Capitan
*Frazier Mountain
*Fredonyer Peak
*Freel Peak
*Fremont Peak (California)
*Fresno Dome
*Funeral Peak
*Glass Mountain (California)
*Glass Mountain (Mono County, California)
*Goosenest
*Granite Mountain (Riverside County, California)
*Granite Mountain (San Bernardino County, California)
*Half Dome
*Hawkins Peak
*Hayfork Bally
*Highland Peak
*Hines Peak
*Hot Springs Mountain
*Hot Springs Peak
*Hull Mountain
*Indian Creek Baldy
*Iron Peak
*Jobs Peak
*Junipero Serra Peak
*Keddie Peak
*Kern Peak
*Kettle Benchmark
*Keynot Peak
*King Peak (California)
*Kingston Peak
*Kuna Peak
*Lassen Peak, active lava dome
*Lassic Mountain
*Last Chance Mountain
*Leavitt Peak
*Lembert Dome
*Liberty Cap (California)
*Loma Prieta
*Maggies Peak
*Mammoth Mountain
*Manly Peak
*Matterhorn Peak
*Maturango Peak
*Medicine Lake Volcano, shield volcano
*Middle Palisade
*Minarets (California)
*Mission Peak
*Montgomery Peak
*Mount Baden-Powell (California)
*Mount Baxter (California)
*Mount Conness
*Mount Dana
*Mount Darwin (California)
*Mount Davis (California)
*Mount Diablo
*Mount Disappointment (California)
*Mount Dubois
*Mount Eddy, highest summit of the Klamath Mountains
*Mount Gabb
*Mount Gibbs
*Mount Hamilton (California)
*Mount Hoffman
*Mount Hoffmann
*Mount Hood (California)
*Mount Hopkins (California)
*Mount Humphreys
*Mount Ingalls
*Mount Kaweah
*Mount Keith
*Mount Langley
*Mount Lee
*Mount Lola
*Mount Lyell
*Mount Morgan (Inyo County, California)
*Mount Morgan (Mono County, California)
*Mount Morrison
*Mount Muir
*Mount Orizaba, summit of Santa Catalina Island
*Mount Patterson
*Mount Pinchot (California)
*Mount Pinos
*Mount Ritter
*Mount Russell (California)
*Mount San Antonio
*Mount San Gorgonio
*Mount Shasta - active stratovolcano that is the highest summit of the California Cascade Range
*Mount Sill
*Mount Tamalpais
*Mount Tom (California)
*Mount Tyndall
*Mount Umunhum
*Mount Warren (California)
*Mount Whitney, highest summit of the Sierra Nevada, the State of California, and the Contiguous United States
*Mount Williamson
*Mount Wilson (California)
*New York Mountains High Point
*Nopah Range High Point
*North Palisade
*North Yolla Bolly Mountain
*Observation Peak (California)
*Olancha Peak
*Old Woman Mountain
*Ord Mountain
*Owens Peak
*Palomar Mountain
*Piute Peak
*Potato Peak
*Preston Peak
*Pyramid Peak (California)
*Quail Mountain
*Rainbow Ridge
*Red Kaweah
*Red Mountain (California)
*Red Slate Mountain
*Resting Spring Range High Point
*Reyes Peak
*Round Top
*Russian Peak
*Saddleback Mountains
*Salmon Mountain
*San Benito Mountain
*San Gorgonio Mountain, highest summit of the Transverse Ranges
*San Jacinto Peak
*San Rafael Mountains
*Sandstone Peak
*Sanhedrin Mountain
*Santa Ynez Peak
*Santiago Peak
*Sheep Hole Mountains High Point
*Silver Peak (El Dorado County, California)
*Slate Mountain
*Smith Peak (Tuolumne County, California)
*Snow Mountain East Peak
*South Butte
*South Yolla Bolly Mountain, highest summit of the Northern California Coast Range
*Spectre Peak
*Split Mountain (Sierra Nevada)
*Straw Peak
*Telescope Peak
*The Whaleback
*Thirst Benchmark, summit of San Clemente Island
*Thompson Peak (Trinity Alps, California)
*Thunderbolt Peak
*Tiefort Mountains High Point
*Tin Mountain
*Toro Peak
*Tower Peak
*Turtle Mountains High Point
*Twin Peaks (California)
*Waucoba Mountain
*Whale Peak
*Whipple Mountains High Point
*White Mountain (California)
*Willow Creek Mountain

Colorado

*Anthracite Peak
*Antora Peak
*Argentine Peak
*Aspen Mountain (Colorado)
*Bald Mountain (Colorado)
*Bard Peak
*Bennett Peak
*Berrian Mountain
*Bison Peak, highest summit of the Tarryall Mountains
*Black Mountain (Moffat County, Colorado)
*Black Mountain (Park County, Colorado)
*Blair Mountain, highest summit of the White River Plateau
*Blanca Peak, ancient stratovolcano is the highest summit of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains
*Bushnell Peak
*Capitol Peak (Colorado)
*Carbon Peak
*Carbonate Mountain
*Castle Peak (Colorado), highest summit of the Elk Mountains
*Castle Peak (Sawatch Range)
*Chair Mountain
*Chalk Benchmark
*Cheyenne Mountain
*Clark Peak (Medicine Bow Mountains), highest summit of the Medicine Bow Mountains
*Cochetopa Dome
*Columbus Mountain
*Conejos Peak
*Cornwall Mountain
*Crater Peak (Colorado), summit of the Grand Mesa
*Crested Butte
*Crestone Needle, highest summit of the Crestones
*Crestone Peak
*Crystal Peak (Tenmile Range)
*Culebra Peak, highest summit of the Culebra Range
*Devils Head, highest summit of the Rampart Range
*Diamond Peak (Colorado), highest summit of the Diamond Plateau
*Dolores Peak
*East Beckwith Mountain
*East Spanish Peak
*El Diente Peak
*Eldorado Mountain
*Elk Mountain (Colorado)
*Ellingwood Point
*Elliott Mountain
*Fishers Peak, highest summit of Raton Mesa
*Flat Top Mountain (Colorado), highest summit of the Flat Tops
*Gothic Mountain
*Graham Peak
*Grays Peak, highest summit of the Front Range and highest point on the Continental Divide
*Green Mountain (Kenosha Mountains)
*Greenhorn Mountain, highest summit of the Wet Mountains
*Grizzly Peak (Colorado)
*Hagues Peak
*Half Peak, highest summit of the East Central San Juan Mountains
*Handies Peak
*Henry Mountain
*Hesperus Mountain (Colorado)
*Horse Mountain
*Horsefly Peak, highest summit of the Uncompaghre Plateau
*Horsetooth Mountain
*Humboldt Peak (Colorado)
*Huntsman Mountain Northwest
*Huron Peak
*Iron Mountain (Colorado)
*Jacque Peak
*James Peak
*Kit Carson Peak
*La Plata Peak
*Laramie Mountains High Point, highest summit of the Laramie Mountains
*Lavender Peak, highest summit of the La Plata Mountains
*Little Bear Peak
*Little Cone
*Lizard Head
*Lone Cone
*Long Branch Baldy, highest summit of the Cochetopa Hills
*Longs Peak, highest summit of the Southern Front Range
*Lookout Mountain (Colorado)
*Marcellina Mountain
*Maroon Peak
*Matchless Mountain
*Missouri Mountain
*Mount Adams (Colorado)
*Mount Antero, highest summit of the Southern Sawatch Range
*Mount Bailey (Colorado)
*Mount Belford
*Mount Bierstadt
*Mount Columbia (Colorado)
*Mount Democrat
*Mount Elbert, highest summit of the Sawatch Range, the Rocky Mountains, and the State of Colorado
*Mount Eolus, highest summit of the Needle Mountains
*Mount Evans
*Mount Guero
*Mount Gunnison
*Mount Harvard, highest summit of the Collegiate Peaks
*Mount Herard
*Mount Jackson (Colorado)
*Mount Lamborn
*Mount Lincoln (Colorado), highest summit of the Mosquito Range
*Mount Lindsey
*Mount Massive
*Mount Meeker
*Mount Mestas
*Mount of the Holy Cross, highest summit of the Northern Sawatch Range
*Mount Oso
*Mount Ouray, highest summit of the Far Southern Sawatch Range
*Mount Owen, highest summit of the Ruby Range
*Mount Oxford (Colorado)
*Mount Powell (Colorado), highest summit of the Gore Range
*Mount Princeton
*Mount Richthofen
*Mount Shavano
*Mount Sherman
*Mount Silverheels
*Mount Sneffels, highest summit of the Sneffels Range
*Mount Sopris
*Mount Werner
*Mount Wilson (Colorado), highest summit of the San Miguel Mountains
*Mount Yale
*Mount Zirkel, highest summit of the Park Range
*Mount Zwischen
*Mummy Mountain (Colorado)
*Nokhu Crags
*North Arapaho Peak
*North Mamm Peak
*North Table Mountain
*Ouray Peak
*Park Cone
*Parkview Mountain, highest summit of the Rabbit Ears Range
*Parry Peak
*Peak 10
*Peak 13,010
*Pigeon Peak
*Pikes Peak, highest summit of Southern Front Range, easternmost 4000 meter peak of the United States, and the inspiration for America the Beautiful
*Piñon Mesa High Point
*Ptarmigan Peak, highest summit of South Williams Fork Mountains
*Puma Peak
*Pyramid Peak (Colorado)
*Quandary Peak, highest summit of the Tenmile Range
*Red Mountain (Colorado)
*Red Table Mountain
*Redcloud Peak
*Rio Grande Pyramid
*San Luis Peak, highest summit of the La Garita Mountains
*Sand Mountain North, highest summit of the Elkhead Mountains
*Sawtooth Mountain
*Sheep Mountain
*Sleepy Cat Peak
*Snowmass Mountain
*South River Peak
*South Table Mountain (Colorado)
*Specimen Mountain
*Stewart Peak
*Storm King Mountain (Colorado)
*Sultan Mountain
*Summit Peak, highest summit of the Southern San Juan Mountains
*Sunlight Peak
*Sunshine Peak
*Tabeguache Peak
*Tanks Peak
*Thirtynine Mile Mountain
*Tomichi Dome
*Torreys Peak
*Tower Mountain
*Treasure Mountain (Colorado)
*Turret Peak (Colorado)
*Twilight Peak, highest summit of the West Needle Mountains
*Twin Sisters Peaks
*Uncompahgre Peak, highest summit of the San Juan Mountains
*Ute Peak, highest summit of Ute Mountain
*Vermilion Peak
*Vestal Peak, highest summit of the Grenadier Range
*Waugh Mountain, highest summit of the South Park Hills
*West Buffalo Peak
*West Elk Peak, highest summit of the West Elk Mountains
*West Spanish Peak, highest summit of the Spanish Peaks
*Wetterhorn Peak
*Whetstone Mountain
*Williams Mountains High Point
*Williams Peak
*Wilson Peak
*Windom Peak
*Windy Peak, highest summit of the Kenosha Mountains
*Zenobia Peak, highest summit of the Eastern Uinta Range

Connecticut

*Bear Mountain (Connecticut)
*Mount Sanford (Connecticut)
*The southern flank of Mount Frissell is the highest point of the State of ConnecticutThe summit of Mount Frissell is located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, although the highest point of the State of Connecticut is located on the southern flank of the mountain.]

Delaware

*Ebright Azimuth, highest summit of the State of Delaware

Florida

*Britton Hill,The summit of Britton Hill at 105 meters (345 ft) is the lowest high point of any U.S. state.] highest summit of the State of Florida
*Solares Hill, summit of Key West

Georgia

*Arabia Mountain
*Big Bald Mountain
*Black Mountain (Georgia)
*Blood Mountain
*Brasstown Bald, highest summit of the State of Georgia
*Coosa Bald
*Cowrock Mountain
*Currahee Mountain
*Dick's Knob
*Double Spring Knob
*Flat Top
*Glade Mountain
*Grassy Ridge
*Hightower Bald
*Horsetrough Mountain
*Kennesaw Mountain
*Levelland Mountain
*Little Kennesaw Mountain
*Lookout Mountain
*Mount Oglethorpe
*Pine Mountain (Cobb County, Georgia)
*Rabun Bald
*Rich Knob
*Rich Mountain (Georgia)
*Rock Mountain (Georgia)
*Rocky Knob (Georgia)
*Rocky Mountain (Georgia)
*Screamer Mountain
*Slaughter Mountain
*Springer Mountain
*Stone Mountain
*Sweat Mountain
*Three Sisters (Georgia)
*Tray Mountain
*Unicoi Range
*Wildcat Mountain (Georgia)
*Wolfpen Ridge
*Yonah Mountain
*Young Lick

Hawaiʻi

*Haleakalā, shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Maui
*Hualālai, shield volcano on the Island of Hawaiʻi
*Kaʻala, shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Oʻahu
*Kamakou, shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Molokaʻi
*Kawaikini, shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Kauaʻi
*Kīlauea, active shield volcano on the Island of Hawaiʻi
*Kohala, shield volcano on the Island of Hawaiʻi
*Lānaʻihale, shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Lānaʻi
*Mauna Kea,The summit of Mauna Kea at 4205 meters (13,796 ft) is the highest summit of the Island of Hawaiʻi, the State of Hawaiʻi, and the entire North Pacific Ocean. Mauna Kea is also the tallest mountain on Earth as measured from base to summit. The shield volcano sits on the ocean floor at a depth of convert|5998|m|ft|0|sp=us for a total height of convert|10203|m|ft|0|sp=us.] shield volcano that is the summit of the Island of Hawaiʻi, the highest summit of the State of Hawaiʻi, and the tallest mountain on Earth as measured from base to summit
*Mauna Loa,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.] , active shield volcano that is the most voluminous mountain on Earth
*Puʻu Kukui, shield volcano on the Island of Maui
*Tantalus (Oahu), cinder cone on the Island of Oʻahu

Idaho

*Big Baldy
*Black Pine Mountains High Point
*Bonneville Peak, highest summit of the Portneuf Range
*Borah Peak, highest summit of the Lost River Range and the State of Idaho
*Buffalo Hump (Idaho)
*Caribou Mountain, highest summit of the Caribou Range
*Castle Peak (Idaho)
*Deep Creek Peak, highest summit of the Deep Creek Mountains
*Diamond Peak (Idaho)
*Elkhorn Peak
*He Devil
*Hyndman Peak
*Kings Peak (Idaho)
*Leatherman Peak
*Meade Peak, highest summit of the Peale Mountains
*Mica Peak (Idaho)
*Mount Jefferson (Idaho/Montana)
*Mount McGuire (Idaho)
*North Loon Mountain
*Oxford Peak, highest summit of the Bannock Range
*Queen Mountain
*Ryan Peak
*Scotchman Peak
*Scott Peak
*Sedgwick Peak
*Smoky Dome
*South Lost River High Point
*Stripe Mountain
*Sturgill Peak
*USGS Peak
*White Mountain West

Illinois

*Charles Mound, highest summit of the State of Illinois

Indiana

*Hoosier Hill, highest summit of the State of Indiana

Iowa

*Hawkeye Point, highest summit of the State of Iowa

Kansas

*Mount Sunflower, highest summit of the State of Kansas

Kentucky

*Black Mountain (Kentucky), highest summit of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Louisiana

*Driskill Mountain, highest summit of the State of Louisiana

Maine

*Cadillac Mountain, summit of Mount Desert Island
*Katahdin, highest summit of the State of Maine
*Mount Jefferson (Maine)
*Mount Bigelow (Maine)

Maryland

*Backbone Mountain
*Catoctin Mountain
*Dans Mountain
*Evitts Mountain
*Hoye-Crest, highest summit of the State of Maryland
*Negro Mountain
*Polish Mountain
*Sideling Hill
*South Mountain (Maryland and Pennsylvania)
*Sugarloaf Mountain (Maryland)

Massachusetts

*Mount Everett
*Mount Greylock, highest summit of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
*Mount Jefferson (Massachusetts)
*Mount Tom (Massachusetts)
*Mount Wachusett

Michigan

*Mount Arvon, highest summit of the State of Michigan
*Mount Curwood
*Porcupine Mountains

Minnesota

*Eagle Mountain (Minnesota), highest summit of the State of Minnesota

Mississippi

*Woodall Mountain, highest summit of the State of Mississippi

Missouri

*Bell Mountain
*Taum Sauk Mountain, highest summit of the State of Missouri
*Wildcat Mountain (Missouri)

Montana

*Baldy Mountain (Bearpaw Mountains)
*Baldy Mountain (Salish Mountains)
*Big Baldy Mountain (Montana)
*Big Pryor Mountain
*Black Butte (Montana)
*Blue Mountain (Montana)
*Castle Mountain (Montana)
*Chief Mountain
*Crazy Peak
*Crow Peak
*Electric Peak
*Gallatin Peak
*Garfield Mountain
*Going to the Sun Mountain
*Granite Peak (Montana), highest summit of the State of Montana
*Greathouse Peak
*Heavens Peak
*Highwood Baldy
*Hilgard Peak
*Holland Peak
*Hollowtop Mountain
*Homer Youngs Peak
*Kinnerly Peak
*Kintla Peak
*Long Knife Peak
*McDonald Peak
*McLeod Peak
*Mount Blackmore
*Mount Brown (Montana)
*Mount Cleveland (Montana)
*Mount Edith
*Mount Gould (Montana)
*Mount Headley
*Mount Jackson (Flathead County, Montana)
*Mount Jackson (Montana)
*Mount Jefferson (Idaho/Montana)
*Mount Jefferson (Montana)
*Mount Merritt
*Mount Powell (Montana)
*Mount Saint Nicholas
*Mount Siyeh
*Mount Stimson
*Mount Wilbur (Montana)
*Mount Wood (Montana)
*Northwest Peak
*O'Brien Mountain
*Rainbow Peak
*Red Mountain (Montana)
*Rising Wolf Mountain
*Robinson Mountain
*Rocky Mountain (Montana)
*Sacagawea Peak
*Saint Joseph Peak
*Snowshoe Peak
*South Sheep Mountain
*Squaw Peak (Montana)
*Sunset Peak (Montana)
*Table Mountain (Montana)
*Trapper Peak (Montana)
*Triple Divide Peak (Montana)
*Tumble Mountain
*Tweedy Mountain
*West Butte
*West Goat Peak

Nebraska

*Bighorn Mountain
*Panorama Point, highest summit of the State of Nebraska
*Scotts Bluff
*Wildcat Hills

Nevada

*Arc Dome
*Boundary Peak (Nevada), highest summit of the State of Nevada
*Bridge Mountain
*Hayford Peak
*Humboldt Peak (Nevada)
*King Peak (Nevada)
*Liberty Peak
*Matterhorn (Nevada)
*Mount Charleston
*Mount Fitzgerald (Nevada)
*Mount Grafton
*Mount Jefferson (Nevada)
*Mount Moriah (Nevada)
*Mount Wilson (Nevada)
*Mummy Mountain (Nevada)
*North Schell Peak
*Pilot Peak
*Ruby Dome
*Snow Lake Peak
*Star Peak
*Thomas Peak
*Tikaboo Peak
*Ward Mountain (Nevada)
*Wheeler Peak (Nevada)

New Hampshire

*Mount Adams (New Hampshire)
*Mount Clay
*Mount Chocorua
*Mount Eisenhower
*Mount Jefferson (New Hampshire)
*Mount Lafayette
*Mount Madison
*Mount Monadnock
*Mount Monroe
*Mount Moosilauke
*Mount Sunapee
*Mount Washington (New Hampshire), highest summit of the White Mountains, the State of New Hampshire, and northeastern North America

New Jersey

*High Point (New Jersey), highest summit of the Kittatinny Mountains and the State of New Jersey
*Mount Tammany

New Mexico

*Baldy Mountain (Colfax County, New Mexico), highest summit of the Cimarron Range
*Cerro Vista
*Mount Phillips
*Mount Taylor (New Mexico)
*Mount Walter (New Mexico)
*Sandia Crest
*Santa Fe Baldy
*Sierra Blanca Peak, highest summit of the Sacramento Mountains
*Truchas Peak, highest summit of the Santa Fe Mountains
*Venado Peak
*Wheeler Peak (New Mexico), highest summit of the Taos Mountains and the State of New Mexico, and the southernmost 4000 meter peak of the Rocky Mountains
*Whitewater Baldy, highest summit of the Mogollon Mountains

New York

*Algonquin Peak
*Anthony's Nose (Westchester)
*Beacon Mountain
*Bear Mountain (New York)
*Breakneck Ridge
*Bull Hill
*Cascade Mountain (New York)
*Dix Mountain
*Hunter Mountain (New York)
*Kaaterskill High Peak
*Mount Adams (New York)
*Mount Colden
*Mount Colvin
*Mount Haystack
*Mount Jefferson (New York)
*Mount Marcy (New York), highest summit of the Adirondack Mountains and the State of New York
*Mount Skylight
*North Mountain (Catskills)
*Porter Mountain
*Schunemunk Mountain
*Slide Mountain (Ulster County, New York), highest summit of the Catskill Mountains
*Storm King Mountain
*Todt Hill, summit of Staten Island
*Whiteface Mountain
*Windham Mountain
*Wright Peak

North Carolina

*Beech Mountain
*Black Mountains (North Carolina)
*Blue Ridge Mountains
*Brushy Mountains (North Carolina)
*Clingmans Dome
*Crowders Mountain
*Grandfather Mountain
*Great Smoky Mountains
*Hanging Rock
*King's Pinnacle
*Morrow Mountain
*Mount Jefferson (North Carolina)
*Mount Mitchell, highest summit of the Appalachian Mountains, the State of North Carolina, and eastern North America
*Occoneechee Mountain
*Pilot Mountain (North Carolina)
*Saura Mountains
*Stone Mountain
*Uwharrie Mountains
*Whiteside Mountain
*Woody's Knob

North Dakota

*White Butte, highest summit of the State of North Dakota

Ohio

*Campbell Hill (Ohio), highest summit of the State of Ohio
*Mount Jefferson (Ohio)

Oklahoma

*Black Mesa (Oklahoma), highest summit of the State of Oklahoma

Oregon

*Crane Mountain
*Grizzly Mountain (Crook County, Oregon)
*Marys Peak
*Mount Bachelor, stratovolcano
*Mount Bailey (Oregon), shield volcano
*Mount Bolivar (Oregon), highest summit of the Oregon Coast Range
*Mount Hood, active stratovolcano that is the highest summit of the State of Oregon
*Mount Howard (Oregon)
*Mount Jefferson (Oregon), stratovolcano
*Mount Mazama
*Mount McLoughlin, stratovolcano
*Mount Mitchell (Oregon)
*Mount Thielsen
*Mount Washington (Oregon), shield volcano
*Newberry Volcano, shield volcano
*Sacajawea Peak, highest summit of the Wallowa Mountains
*South Sister
*Steens Mountain
*Three Fingered Jack, shield volcano
*Three Sisters (Oregon)

Pennsylvania

*Bald Eagle Mountain
*Big Mountain
*Blue Knob
*Brush Mountain
*Butler Knob
*Camelback Mountain (Big Pocono)
*Hawk Mountain
*Martin Hill
*Mount Davis (Pennsylvania), highest summit of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
*Nittany Mountain
*Pine Knob (Pennsylvania)
*Schaefer Head
*Sideling Hill
*South Mountain (Maryland and Pennsylvania)
*Tuscarora Mountain
*Tussey Mountain
*Wills Mountain

Rhode Island

*Jerimoth Hill, highest summit of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

outh Carolina

*Sassafras Mountain, highest summit of the State of South Carolina

outh Dakota

*Bear Mountain (South Dakota)
*Harney Peak, highest summit of the Black Hills and the State of South Dakota and the easternmost 2200 meter peak of the United States

Tennessee

*Bays Mountain
*Big Frog Mountain
*Blue Ridge Mountains
*Chilhowee Mountain
*Clinch Mountain
*Clingmans Dome, highest summit of the Great Smoky Mountains and the State of Tennessee
*Cumberland Plateau
*Frozen Head
*Gregory Bald
*Harris Mountain
*Highland Rim
*Holston Mountain
*Little Mountain (Tennessee)
*Mount Chapman
*Mount Collins
*Mount Guyot (Great Smoky Mountains)
*Mount Kephart
*Mount Le Conte (Tennessee)
*Mount Sequoyah
*Pilot Knob
*Roan High Knob
*Short Mountain
*Silers Bald
*Smokey Mountains
*Spence Field
*Tricorner Knob

Texas

*Baldy Peak (Texas)
*El Capitan (Texas)
*Emory Peak
*Guadalupe Peak, highest summit of the Guadalupe Mountains and the State of Texas

Utah

*Bald Mountain (Utah)
*Boulder Mountain (Utah)
*Box Elder Peak
*Delano Peak
*Deseret Peak
*Dunn Benchmark
*Flat Top Mountain (Utah)
*Ibapah Peak
*Kings Peak, highest summit of the Uinta Mountains, the Western Rocky Mountains, and the State of Utah
*Mount Ellen (Utah)
*Mount Nebo (Utah), highest summit of the Wasatch Mountains
*Mount Ogden
*Mount Olympus (Utah)
*Mount Peale, highest summit of the La Sal Mountains
*Mount Timpanogos
*Naomi Peak, highest summit of the Bear River Mountains
*Navajo Mountain
*Provo Peak
*Salt Benchmark, highest summit of the San Pitch Mountains
*South Tent Mountain
*Strawberry Peak, highest summit of the Roan Cliffs
*Thousand Lake Mountain
*Twin Peaks (Utah)
*Willard Peak
*Wire Mountain

Vermont

*Camel's Hump (Vermont)
*Jay Peak (Vermont)
*Killington Peak
*Mount Ellen (Vermont)
*Mount Mansfield, highest summit of the Green Mountains and the State of Vermont
*Stratton Mountain

Virginia

*Apple Orchard Mountain
*Bald Knob (Virginia)
*Balsam Beartown Mountain
*Bull Run Mountain
*Catoctin Mountain
*Clinch Mountain
*Elliott Knob
*Great North Mountain
*Hawksbill Mountain
*High Knob
*Massanutten Mountain
*Mount Jefferson (Virginia)
*Mount Rogers, highest summit of the Commonwealth of Virginia
*North Mountain (Virginia-West Virginia)
*Old Rag Mountain
*Peaks of Otter
*Powell Mountain (Virginia)
*Short Hill Mountain
*Whitetop Mountain

Washington

*Abercrombie Mountain
*American Border Peak
*Bear Mountain (Washington)
*Colonial Peak
*Denny Mountain
*Glacier Peak, stratovolcano
*Little Tahoma
*Mount Adams (Washington), stratovolcano
*Mount Anderson (Washington)
*Mount Baker, active stratovolcano
*Mount Baring
*Mount Constance
*Mount Constitution, summit of Orcas Island
*Mount Dana (Washington)
*Mount Erie (Washington), summit of Fidalgo Island
*Mount Index
*Mount Mitchell (Washington)
*Mount Olympus (Washington), highest summit of Olympic Mountains
*Mount Pilchuck
*Mount Rainier, active stratovolcano that is the highest summit of the Cascade Mountains and the State of Washington
*Mount Shuksan
*Mount Si
*Mount St. Helens, active stratovolcano that erupted violently on 1980-05-18
*Mount Stuart
*Mount Terror (Washington)
*Mount Washington (Olympics)
*Oregon Butte
*Sahale Peak
*Snoqualmie Mountain
*Tolmie Peak
*Twin Sisters Mountain

West Virginia

*Baker Mountain (West Virginia)
*Bald Knob
*Cacapon Mountain
*Cheat Mountain
*Cooper Mountain
*Great North Mountain
*Knobly Mountain
*Little Cacapon Mountain
*Mill Creek Mountain
*Mount Porte Crayon
*Nathaniel Mountain
*North Mountain (Virginia-West Virginia)
*North River Mountain
*Patterson Creek Mountain
*Saddle Mountain (Mineral County, West Virginia)
*Sideling Hill
*Sleepy Creek Mountain
*South Branch Mountain
*Spring Gap Mountain
*Spruce Knob, highest summit of the Allegheny Mountains and the State of West Virginia
*Third Hill Mountain

Wisconsin

*Timms Hill, highest summit of the State of Wisconsin

Wyoming

*Atlantic Peak
*Bastion Peak
*Bivouac Peak
*Black Tooth Mountain
*Bomber Mountain
*Buck Mountain
*Carter Mountain
*Cloud Peak, highest summit of the Big Horn Mountains and the northernmost 4000 meter peak of the Rocky Mountains
*Cloudveil Dome
*Disappointment Peak (Wyoming)
*Doane Peak
*Doublet Peak
*Doubletop Peak
*Eagle Peak (Wyoming), highest summit of Yellowstone National Park
*Eagles Rest Peak
*Elk Mountain (Wyoming)
*Ferris Mountain
*Forellen Peak
*Fossil Mountain (Wyoming)
*Francs Peak
*Fremont Peak (Wyoming)
*Gannett Peak, highest summit of the Wind River Range, the Central Rocky Mountains, and the State of Wyoming
*Garfield Peak (Wyoming)
*Grand Teton, highest summit of the Teton Range and the westernmost 4000 meter peak of the Rocky Mountains
*Gray Peak (Wyoming)
*Heart Mountain (Wyoming)
*Jackson Peak (Fremont County, Wyoming)
*Laramie Peak
*Lizard Head Peak (Wyoming)
*Medicine Bow Peak
*Middle Teton
*Mount Fitzpatrick, highest summit of the Salt River Range
*Mount Helen
*Mount Moran
*Mount Nystrom
*Mount Owen (Wyoming)
*Mount Sacagawea
*Mount Saint John
*Mount Warren
*Mount Washburn
*Mount Wister
*Mount Woodring
*Mount Woodrow Wilson
*Nez Perce
*Owl Peak
*Ranger Peak (Wyoming)
*Raynolds Peak
*Rendezvous Mountain
*Rockchuck Peak
*Rolling Thunder Mountain
*Signal Mountain (Wyoming)
*South Teton
*Static Peak
*Sublette Mountain, highest summit of the Southern Wyoming Overthrust Belt
*Symmetry Spire
*Teepe Pillar
*Teewinot Mountain
*Thor Peak (Wyoming)
*Traverse Peak
*Trout Peak
*Wapiti Ridge
*Wind River Peak
*Wyoming Peak, highest summit of the Wyoming Range
*Younts Peak

District of Columbia

*Tenleytown, highest summit of the District of Columbia

American Samoa

*A‘oloaufou
*Lata Mountain, summit of the Island of Ta‘ū and the highest summit of the Territory of American Samoa
*Matafao Peak, summit of the Island of Tutuila
*Piumafua, summit of the Island of Olosega
*Rainmaker Mountain (North Pioa Mountain)
*Tumu, summit of the Island of Ofu

Guam

*Mount Lamlam,Mount Lamlam is located 314 kilometers (195 miles) northeast of the Challenger Deep, the deepest point of all the Earth's oceans. The total elevation rise from the bottom of the Challenger Deep at about -10,920 meters (-35,827 feet) to the summit of Mount Lamlam at 406 meters (1332 ft) is 11,326 meters (37,159 ft), or 28% greater than the elevation of Mount Everest.] summit of the Island of Guam and the highest summit of the Territory of Guam

Northern Mariana Islands

*Agrihan, summit of the Island of Agrihan and the highest summit of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
*North Pagan, summit of Pagan Island

Puerto Rico

*Cerro de Punta, summit of the Island of Puerto Rico and the highest summit of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
*El Yunque

United States Virgin Islands

*Bordeaux Mountain, summit of the Island of Saint John
*Crown Mountain (U.S. Virgin Islands), summit of the Island of Saint Thomas and the highest summit of the Territory of the United States Virgin Islands
*Mount Eagle, summit of the Island of Saint Croix

ummit disambiguation

The following list includes links to and set index articles for topographic summits of the United States with identical names. The United States Board on Geographic Names is the official authority for all United States geographic names. The United States Geological Survey [http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/ Geographic Names Information System] provides Internet access to these geographic names.
*Bald Eagle Mountain – 7 summits in 6 states
*Bald Knob – 142 summits in 30 states
*Bald Mountain – 303 summits in 31 states
*Baldy Mountain – 56 summits in 17 states
*Baldy Peak – 19 summits in 12 states
*Black Butte – 113 summits in 14 states
*Black Mesa – 41 summits in 7 states
*Black Mountain – 266 summits in 29 states
*Boundary Peak – 8 summits in 7 states
*Camelback Mountain – 9 summits in 6 states
*Campbell Hill – 20 summits in 15 states
*Capitol Peak – 6 summits in 5 states
*Castle Peak – 24 summits in 10 states
*Cloud Peak – 4 summits in Alaska, Michigan, and Wyoming
*Crater Peak – 8 summits in 7 states
*Crown Mountain – 6 summits in 5 states and a summit in a territory
*Diamond Peak – 22 summits in 11 states
*Eagle Mountain – 41 summits in 20 states
*Eagle Peak – 44 summits in 15 states
*El Capitan – 6 summits in 5 states
*Elk Mountain – 60 summits in 14 states
*Flat Top Mountain – 41 summits in 18 states
*Fremont Peak – 7 summits in 5 states
*Glass Mountain – 3 summits in California and a summit in Oregon
*Granite Mountain – 57 summits in 17 states
*Granite Peak – 42 summits in 12 states
*Grizzly Peak – 22 summits in 7 states
*High Point – 43 summits in 19 states
*Humboldt Peak – 3 summits in California, Colorado, and Nevada
*King Peak – 3 summits in Arizona, California, and Nevada
*Kings Peak – 2 summits in Idaho and Utah
*Bear Mountain – 144 summits in 30 states
*Lookout Mountain – 113 summits in 28 states
*Matterhorn – 3 summits in Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon
*Mount Adams – 7 summits in 6 states
*Mount Bailey – 2 summits in Colorado and Oregon
*Mount Baldy 22 summits in 13 states
*Mount Cleveland – 4 summits in Alaska, Montana, and Vermont
*Mount Dana – 3 summits in Alaska, California, and Washington
*Mount Davis – 7 summits in 5 states
*Mount Douglas – 2 summits in Alaska and a summit in Montana
*Mount Ellen – 2 summits in California and Vermont
*Mount Hood – 3 summits in California, Massachusetts, and Oregon
*Mount Hopkins – 2 summits in Arizona and California
*Mount Jackson – 10 summits in 7 states
*Mount Jefferson – 10 summits in 10 states
*Mount Kimball – 3 summits in Alaska, Arizona, and Colorado
*Mount Lincoln – 8 summits in 7 states
*Mount Marcy – 4 summits in 4 states
*Mount Michelson – 2 summits in Alaska
*Mount Mitchell – 3 summits in North Carolina, Oregon, and Washington
*Mount Morgan – 5 summits in 4 states
*Mount Nebo – 28 summits in 20 states
*Mount Owen – 5 summits in 4 states
*Mount Powell – 5 summits in 5 states
*Mount Russell – a summit in Alaska and 2 summits in California
*Mount Sanford – 2 summits in Alaska and Connecticut
*Mount Steller – 2 summits in Alaska
*Mount Taylor – 2 summits in Nevada and New Mexico
*Mount Tom – 44 summits in 18 states
*Mount Warren – 5 summits in 5 states
*Mount Washington – 14 summits in 10 states and a summit in a territory
*Mount Wilson – 11 summits in 8 states
*Mummy Mountain – 5 summits in 5 states
*North Mountain – 25 summits in 16 states
*Mount Olympus – 9 summits in 8 states
*Pyramid Peak – 45 summits in 11 states
*Red Mountain – 160 summits in 21 states
*Rocky Mountain – 46 summits in 22 states
*Slide Mountain – 26 summits in 13 states
*Split Mountain – 12 summits in 8 states
*Stone Mountain – 31 summits in 15 states
*Storm King Mountain – 5 summits in Colorado, New York, and Washington
*Thompson Peak – 16 summits in 7 states
*Three Sisters – 17 summits in 10 states
*Treasure Mountain – 10 summits in 6 states
*Turret Peak – 6 summits in 4 states
*Twin Peaks – 106 summits in 18 states
*University Peak – 2 summits in Alaska and California
*Wheeler Peak – 6 summits in 4 states
*White Mountain – 44 summits in 19 states
*Wildcat Mountain – 43 summits in 22 states

ee also

*4000 meter peaks of the United States
*Fourteener
*Geography of the United States
*Geology of the United States of America
*Highest mountain peaks of the United States
*List of U.S. states by elevation
*Lists of mountains
*Most isolated mountain peaks of the United States
*Most prominent mountain peaks of the United States
*Mountain peaks of Alaska
*Mountain peaks of California
*Mountain peaks of Colorado
*Mountain peaks of North America
*Mountain peaks of the United States
*physical geography
*summit (topography)
*topographic elevation
*topographic isolation
*topographic prominence
*topography
*United States
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References

External links

* [http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/ National Geodetic Survey (NGS)]
** [http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/ds_desig.prl NGS Datasheets]
** [http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/VERTCON/vert_con.prl NGVD 29 to NAVD 88 online elevation converter]
** [http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS-Proxy/Glossary/xml/NGS_Glossary.xml Geodetic Glossary]
* [http://www.usgs.gov/ United States Geological Survey (USGS)]
** [http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/ Geographic Names Information System]
* [http://www.peakbagger.com/ peakbagger.com]
* [http://www.peaklist.org/ peaklist.org]
* [http://www.summitpost.org/ summitpost.org]
* [http://www.peakware.com/ World Mountain Encyclopedia @ peakware.com]


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