List of United States mountains and peaks. Includes 65198 peaks in the United States. Click the peaks to see mountain photos, maps, routes, and summit logs for every mountain in the United States. Also browse United States mountains in a big map view or photo view.

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  • Denali

    Denali

    20,320 ft / 6,194 m • 22 summits • Alaska, United States

    Denali (at one point known as Mount McKinley) in Alaska is a monumentally prolific mountain and the centerpiece of Denali National Park. Not only is Denali the highest mountain in North America, b...

  • Denali, North Peak

    Denali, North Peak

    19,470 ft / 5,934 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Denali's slightly lower north summit. Rarely climbed except by those doing routes on the north side of the massif.

  • Mount Saint Elias

    Mount Saint Elias

    18,009 ft / 5,489 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States , Yukon, Canada

    Mount Saint Elias is the second highest mountain in both the United States and Canada on the Yukon and Alaska border. It lies about 25 miles southwest of Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Canada...

  • Mount Foraker

    Mount Foraker

    17,400 ft / 5,304 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Foraker is in the central Alaska Range in Denali National Park, 14 miles southwest of Denali It is the second highest peak in the Alaska Range and the fourth highest peak in the United States...

  • Mount Bona

    Mount Bona

    16,421 ft / 5,005 m • 2 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Bona is a 16,421 ft / 5,005 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in . Based on peakery data, it ranks as the . The nearest peaks are Mount Churchill, University Peak, Aello Peak, The...

  • Mount Blackburn

    Mount Blackburn

    16,390 ft / 4,996 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Blackburn is a 16,390 ft / 4,996 m mountain peak in the Wrangell Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 6th highest mountain in Alaska and the 6th highest...

  • Mount Sanford

    Mount Sanford

    16,237 ft / 4,949 m • 1 summit • Alaska, United States

    Mount Sanford is a shield volcano in the Wrangell Volcanic Field, in eastern Alaska near the Copper River. It is the third highest volcano in the United States behind Mount Bona and Mount Blackburn...

  • Mount Vancouver

    Mount Vancouver

    15,787 ft / 4,812 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Vancouver is a 15,787 ft / 4,812 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 7th highest mountain in Alaska and the 7th high...

  • Mount Churchill

    Mount Churchill

    15,638 ft / 4,766 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Churchill is a 15,638 ft / 4,766 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 9th highest mountain in Alaska and the 9th high...

  • Mount Fairweather

    Mount Fairweather

    15,325 ft / 4,671 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States , British Columbia, Canada

    Mount Fairweather (officially Fairweather Mountain in Canada but referred to as Mount Fairweather) is one of the world's highest coastal mountains and the highest peak in British Columbia. It is lo...

  • Mount Hubbard

    Mount Hubbard

    14,951 ft / 4,557 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Hubbard is a 14,951 ft / 4,557 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 10th highest mountain in Alaska and the 10th high...

  • Mount Bear

    Mount Bear

    14,831 ft / 4,520 m • 1 summit • Alaska, United States

    Mount Bear is a 14,831 ft / 4,520 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 12th highest mountain in Alaska and the 12th highest...

  • Mount Hunter

    Mount Hunter

    14,573 ft / 4,442 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    Mount Hunter is a 14,573 ft / 4,442 m mountain peak in the Alaska Range in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 12th highest mountain in Alaska and the 12th highest mounta...

  • Mount Whitney

    Mount Whitney

    14,505 ft / 4,421 m • 301 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 Park (282 feet below sea le...

  • Mount Alverstone

    Mount Alverstone

    14,500 ft / 4,420 m • 1 summit • Alaska, United States

    Mount Alverstone is a 14,500 ft / 4,420 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 14th highest mountain in Alaska and the 15th h...

  • East Buttress, Denali

    East Buttress, Denali

    14,495 ft / 4,418 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    East Buttress, Denali is a 14,495 ft / 4,418 m mountain peak in the Alaska Range in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 15th highest mountain in Alaska and the 16th highe...

  • University Peak

    University Peak

    14,470 ft / 4,410 m • 0 summits • Alaska, United States

    University Peak is a 14,470 ft / 4,410 m mountain peak in the Saint Elias Mountains in Alaska, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 16th highest mountain in Alaska and the 17th hi...

  • Mount Elbert

    Mount Elbert

    14,440 ft / 4,401 m • 177 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 routes up the mountain, a...

  • Mount Massive

    Mount Massive

    14,428 ft / 4,398 m • 62 summits • Colorado, United States

    Long thought to be the highest 14er in Colorado before next-door neighbor Elbert took that crown, Mount Massive is the second highest peak in Colorado and the third highest peak in the contiguous U...

  • Mount Harvard

    Mount Harvard

    14,427 ft / 4,397 m • 40 summits • Colorado, United States

    Mount Harvard is a Colorado 14er and also the fourth highest mountain in the contiguous United States. It was named in 1869 by members of the first Harvard Mining School class while on expedition w...

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