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RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)
1.Mount Shasta14,1629762USA-CACascade Range
2.Mount Adams12,2768116USA-WACascade Range
3.Mount Hood11,2397706USA-ORCascade Range
4.Little Tahoma11,138818USA-WACascade Range
5.Glacier Peak10,5207498USA-WACascade Range
6.Bonanza Peak95113711USA-WACascade Range
7.Mount Stuart94155354USA-WACascade Range
8.Mount Shuksan91314411USA-WACascade Range
9.Black Peak89703450USA-WACascade Range
10.Dragontail Peak88401760USA-WACascade Range
11.Colchuck Peak8705665USA-WACascade Range
12.Cannon Mountain8638838USA-WACascade Range
13.Sherpa Peak8605405USA-WACascade Range
14.Argonaut Peak8453733USA-WACascade Range
15.Little Annapurna8440280USA-WACascade Range
16.McClellan Peak83641244USA-WACascade Range
17.Mount Saint Helens83334573USA-WACascade Range
18.Sharkfin Tower81600USA-WACascade Range
19.Prusik Peak8000160USA-WACascade Range
20.Mount Olympus79697838USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges
21.Sloan Peak78353875USA-WACascade Range
22.South Early Winter Spire7807647USA-WACascade Range
23.Liberty Bell Mountain7720200USA-WACascade Range
24.Ingalls Peak76621222USA-WACascade Range
25.Mount David74202420USA-WACascade Range
26.Three Fingers68504490USA-WACascade Range
27.The Brothers68422682USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges
28.Stephen Peak6418638USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges
29.Plummer Peak6370410USA-WACascade Range
30.Mount Washington62552615USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges
31.Chair Peak6238878USA-WACascade Range
32.Wahpenayo Peak6231791USA-WACascade Range
33.Vesper Peak62141574USA-WACascade Range
34.Lane Peak6012332USA-WACascade Range
35.Mount Forgotten60052725USA-WACascade Range
36.Chutla Peak6000600USA-WACascade Range
37.Eagle Peak5958238USA-WACascade Range
38.Twin Sisters58181258USA-WACascade Range
39.The Tooth5604244USA-WACascade Range
40.Denny Mountain5520240USA-WACascade Range
41.Guye Peak5168528USA-WACascade Range
42.Mount Teneriffe4788628USA-WACascade Range

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