|Map of Palisades|
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Major Peaks of the Palisades
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||North Palisade||14,242||4341|| |
|2.||Mount Sill||14,153||4314|| |
|3.||Polemonium Peak||14,080+||4292+|| |
|4.||Split Mountain||14,058||4285|| |
|5.||Middle Palisade||14,012||4271|| |
|6.||Thunderbolt Peak||14,003||4268|| |
|7.||Disappointment Peak||13,917||4242|| |
|8.||Mount Agassiz||13,893||4235|| |
|9.||Norman Clyde Peak||13,855||4223|| |
|10.||Balcony Peak||13,845+||4220+|| |
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Palisades
|North Palisade: Aerial photo of North Palisade from a Cessna flying at 13,800 feet. Photo by Jim Earl.|
|Mount Sill: Mount Sill in the California Palisades.|
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