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North America Peaks with 2000 meters of Prominence

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 2)Isol-Mi
1.Mount McKinley20,15620,320Alaska-Yukon Ranges4629.4
2.Mount Logan17,21519,541Alaska-Yukon Ranges387.0
3.Pico de Orizaba16,14818,491Central Mexican Ranges1671.6
4.Mount Rainier13,21014,411Pacific Ranges731.2
5.Volcán Tajumulco13,05813,845Central America Ranges448.5
6.Mount Fairweather12,96315,325Alaska-Yukon Ranges124.4
7.Chirripó Grande12,32012,530Central America Ranges545.8
8.Gunnbjørn Fjeld12,11812,118North America Arctic Islands2022.0
9.Mount Blackburn11,59016,390Alaska-Yukon Ranges60.7
10.Mount Hayes11,48213,832Alaska-Yukon Ranges125.5
11.Mount Saint Elias11,18418,008Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.6
12.Mount Waddington10,75813,186Pacific Ranges349.5
13.Mount Marcus Baker10,72613,176Alaska-Yukon Ranges126.3
14.Pico Duarte10,16410,164Caribbean Area584.4
15.Mount Whitney10,07514,495Pacific Ranges1646.3
16.Mount Lucania997417,192Alaska-Yukon Ranges26.7
17.Volcán Popocatépetl990917,717Central Mexican Ranges88.8
18.Mount Shasta976214,162Pacific Ranges334.7
19.Monarch Mountain956311,663Pacific Ranges44.4
20.Shishaldin Volcano94149414Alaska-Yukon Ranges544.9
21.Mount Robson924912,989Rocky Mountains285.5
22.Redoubt Volcano909710,197Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.7
23.Mount Elbert907314,433Rocky Mountains670.6
24.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier895011,535Intermountain West32.1
25.Mount Sir Sandford886811,545Intermountain West38.5
26.Nevado de Colima885813,976Central Mexican Ranges251.9
27.Mount Vancouver883215,787Alaska-Yukon Ranges27.4
28.Mount Baker881210,781Pacific Ranges131.5
29.Pic la Selle86758773Caribbean Area78.7
30.Mount Torbert866311,413Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.7
31.Barbeau Peak85838583North America Arctic Islands494.6
32.San Jacinto Peak831910,839Pacific Ranges20.3
33.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499Pacific Ranges162.5
34.Charleston Peak824111,916Intermountain West135.2
35.Mount Veniaminof81758225Alaska-Yukon Ranges209.2
36.Pavlof Volcano81508200Alaska-Yukon Ranges94.3
37.Mount Adams811612,276Pacific Ranges45.8
38.Skihist Mountain80329738Pacific Ranges97.6
39.Mount Hubbard799514,950Alaska-Yukon Ranges21.3
40.Mount Ratz797310,138Pacific Ranges193.4
41.Mount Isto79609060Alaska-Yukon Ranges393.6
42.Mount Odin79039747Intermountain West40.7
43.Mount Monashee785410,741Intermountain West32.2
44.Mount Olympus78387969Pacific Ranges108.0
45.Iliamna Volcano781610,016Alaska-Yukon Ranges33.6
46.Mount Columbia774612,274Rocky Mountains98.2
47.Mount Queen Bess772610,820Pacific Ranges28.2
48.Mount Hood770611,239Pacific Ranges57.3
49.Mount Cook766013,760Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.5
50.Mount Sanford763716,237Alaska-Yukon Ranges40.3
51.Mount Cooper760810,151Intermountain West31.0
52.Mount Tom White759111,191Alaska-Yukon Ranges73.0
53.Wheeler Peak756313,063Intermountain West231.8
54.Glacier Peak749810,520Pacific Ranges56.0
55.Ulysses Mountain74939921Rocky Mountains270.8
56.Blue Mountain Peak74027402Caribbean Area169.5
57.Wedge Mountain73789488Pacific Ranges39.7
58.Otter Mountain73568832Pacific Ranges15.8
59.Mount Kimball735010,300Alaska-Yukon Ranges55.8
60.Kwatna Peak72677480Pacific Ranges22.9
61.Outlook Peak72517251North America Arctic Islands166.3
62.Nevado de Toluca725015,354Central Mexican Ranges73.6
63.Golden Hinde72017201Pacific Ranges87.7
64.Mount Foraker720017,400Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.3
64.Mount Griggs72007600Alaska-Yukon Ranges135.4
66.White Mountain Peak719614,246Intermountain West67.5
67.Stauning Alper71559288North America Arctic Islands102.5
68.Mount Crillon712612,726Alaska-Yukon Ranges19.5
68.Scud Peak71269800Pacific Ranges35.7
70.Cerro Teotepec708611,614Central Mexican Ranges114.9
71.Gannett Peak707613,804Rocky Mountains290.4
72.Cloud Peak706713,167Rocky Mountains145.0
73.Razorback Mountain706410,443Pacific Ranges22.7
74.Keele Peak70609685Alaska-Yukon Ranges337.5
75.Mount Vsevidof70517051Alaska-Yukon Ranges222.5
76.Mount Odin70317031North America Arctic Islands363.9
77.Cerro el Nacimiento695512,139Central Mexican Ranges204.5
78.Picacho del Diablo693910,154Pacific Ranges207.8
79.Mount Farnham693211,460Intermountain West45.2
80.Mount Hesperus69289828Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.1
81.Palup Qaqa69066906North America Arctic Islands19.4
82.Oscar Peak68867664Pacific Ranges22.0
83.Pic Macaya68477700Caribbean Area134.5
84.Montaña de Santa Bárbara68389003Central America Ranges46.0
85.Mount Assiniboine683111,864Rocky Mountains88.1
86.Mount Bona680016,500Alaska-Yukon Ranges49.7
87.Cerro Las Minas67889347Central America Ranges82.0
87.Mount Jancowski67888953Pacific Ranges77.1
89.Gladsheim Peak67469285Intermountain West33.2
90.Mount Drum671012,010Alaska-Yukon Ranges17.7
90.Payers Tinde67107612North America Arctic Islands16.2
92.Mount Dawson670911,079Intermountain West39.4
93.South Ellesmere Ice Cap High Point67067700North America Arctic Islands219.9
94.Mount Edith Cavell663711,033Rocky Mountains29.3
95.Mount Valpy66077280Pacific Ranges30.7
96.Mount Chiginagak66006900Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.6
97.Perserajoq65917411North America Arctic Islands327.6
98.Alsek Peak65788924Alaska-Yukon Ranges42.5
99.Milne Land High Point65626562North America Arctic Islands36.1
 Mount Cairnes64969186Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.0

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