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RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 3)
1.Longs Peak14,2552940Southern Rocky Mountains
2.Middle Teton12,8041124Greater Yellowstone Rockies
3.South Teton12,5141074Greater Yellowstone Rockies
4.Sundance Mountain12,4661146Southern Rocky Mountains
5.Trail Ridge12,355528Southern Rocky Mountains
6.Huffers Hill12,005209Southern Rocky Mountains
7.Estes Cone11,006726Southern Rocky Mountains
8.Mount Baker10,7818812Cascade Range
9.Glacier Peak10,5207498Cascade Range
10.Deer Mountain10,0131053Southern Rocky Mountains
11.Petes Point96751235Columbia Plateau
12.Eagle Cap95721212Columbia Plateau
13.Cusick Mountain9518878Columbia Plateau
14.Glacier Peak9495295Columbia Plateau
15.Sentinel Peak9400520Columbia Plateau
16.Petes-Sentinel Ridge9395475Columbia Plateau
17.Hurricane Divide South9386966Columbia Plateau
18.Broken Top91752175Cascade Range
19.Lostline River-Moccasin Lake8441685Columbia Plateau
20.Mount Bailey83682968Cascade Range
21.Hartman Benchmark8074418Southern Rocky Mountains
22.Pelican Butte80362196Cascade Range
23.Mount Washington77942554Cascade Range
24.Brown Mountain73402058Cascade Range
25.Iron Cap Mountain6347787Cascade Range
26.Elephant Butte5653823Colorado Plateau
27.Atrium Peak5359519Cascade Range
28.Carpenter Mountain53492029Cascade Range
29.Chimney Peak4965885Cascade Range
30.Menagerie Wilderness High Point4120200Cascade Range
31.Rooster Rock356787Cascade Range
32.Trask Mountain34241824Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges

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