Ultras of the US Lower 48

Peaks with prominence of at least 5,000 ft in the lower 48 U.S. States.




  • Mount Washington

    6,288 ft / 1,917 m • 567 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern US and the most prominent peak in the Eastern US. It is famous for its dangerously erratic weather - be prepared fo...

  • Mount San Antonio

    10,064 ft / 3,068 m • 325 summits • California, United States

    Mount San Antonio, also known as Mount Baldy, is the highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountains, and the highest point in Los Angeles County. Mount San Antonio's sometimes s...

  • Mount Whitney

    14,505 ft / 4,421 m • 312 summits • California, United States

    Mount Whitney is the highest summit in the contiguous US, and amazingly lies just 76 miles west of the lowest point in North America at Badwater in Death Valley National Pa...

  • Mount Elbert

    14,440 ft / 4,401 m • 183 summits • Colorado, United States

    Mount Elbert is the highest Colorado 14er and the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains, yet the summit has been reached by Jeep and also mountain bike. There are three main ...

  • San Jacinto Peak

    10,834 ft / 3,302 m • 181 summits • California, United States

    San Jacinto Peak is the highest peak of the San Jacinto Mountains. It is one of the "Three Saints," the highpoints of the three tallest mountain ranges in Southern Califor...

  • San Gorgonio Mountain

    11,503 ft / 3,506 m • 173 summits • California, United States

    San Gorgonio Mountain is a 11,503 ft / 3,506 m mountain peak in the San Bernardino Mountains in California, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 361st hig...

  • Mount Rainier

    14,411 ft / 4,392 m • 161 summits • Washington, United States

    Mount Rainier is the most prominent mountain in the contiguous U.S. In fact, Mount Rainier's topographic prominence of 13,211 feet is greater than that of K2 (13,189 feet)....

  • Pikes Peak

    14,115 ft / 4,302 m • 153 summits • Colorado, United States

    Pikes Peak is a famous Colorado 14er in the Front Range. Much of its fame is due to its location along the eastern edge of the Rockies, serving as a visible landmark far in...

  • Mount Adams

    12,281 ft / 3,743 m • 96 summits • Washington, United States

    Mount Adams is a potentially active stratovolcano in the Cascade Range and the second-highest mountain in the U.S. state of Washington. Adams is a member of the Cascade Vol...

  • Mount Mitchell

    6,683 ft / 2,037 m • 81 summits • North Carolina, United States

    Mount Mitchell is the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains and the highest peak in the eastern United States. It was the highest point in any state of the United State...

  • Lassen Peak

    10,462 ft / 3,189 m • 79 summits • California, United States

    Lassen Peak is the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range. Lassen rises 2,000 feet above the surrounding terrain and has a volume of half a cubic mile, making it ...

  • Mount Shasta

    14,179 ft / 4,322 m • 77 summits • California, United States

    Mount Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascades and can easily be seen from over a hundred miles away. Mount Shasta is huge. With an estimated volume of 85 cubic mi...

  • Charleston Peak

    11,916 ft / 3,632 m • 74 summits • Nevada, United States

    Charleston Peak is a 11,916 ft / 3,632 m mountain peak in the Spring Mountains in Nevada, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 9th highest mountain in Nev...

  • Mount Timpanogos

    11,749 ft / 3,581 m • 70 summits • Utah, United States

    Mount Timpanogos is the second highest mountain in Utah's Wasatch Range (second to Mount Nebo). It lies in the Uinta National Forest. Timpanogos is an Ultra 58 with 5,269 f...

  • Humphreys Peak

    12,633 ft / 3,851 m • 68 summits • Arizona, United States

    Humphreys Peak is the highest peak in Arizona. It is the highest of a group of extinct volcanic peaks known as the San Francisco Peaks. The summit can be most easily reach...

  • Mount Hood

    11,249 ft / 3,429 m • 66 summits • Oregon, United States

    Mount Hood is the highest mountain in Oregon and the fourth highest in the Cascade Range. It is a stratovolcano and is considered the Oregon volcano most likely to erupt. ...

  • Mount Baker

    10,781 ft / 3,286 m • 61 summits • Washington, United States

    Mount Baker is a 10,781 ft / 3,286 m mountain peak in the Cascade Range in Washington, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 8th highest mountain in Washin...

  • White Mountain Peak

    14,252 ft / 4,344 m • 59 summits • California, United States

    White Mountain Peak is a 14,252 ft / 4,344 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in California, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 4th highest mountain...

  • Grand Teton

    13,775 ft / 4,199 m • 52 summits • Wyoming, United States

    A classic by any route, the Grand Teton forms the centerpiece of one of the West's most dramatic ranges. 7 miles and 5,000 vertical feet of hiking bring you to the Lower Sa...

  • Telescope Peak

    11,043 ft / 3,366 m • 44 summits • California, United States

    Telescope Peak is a 11,043 ft / 3,366 m mountain peak in the Panamint Range in California, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 417th highest mountain in ...

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