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100 Highest US Mountain Peaks

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Name the mountains/peaks with the highest summits in the US. You do not need the word Mount/Mt/Mountain/Peak in your answer.

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Ikana
10 months ago

who made this and where did you get your information? This is so innacurate

mikewalker
9 months ago
Reply to  darin

He’s confused because you’re using a list of “major summits” which nobody really uses. Most people in the mountaineering community use a 100m/300 foot prominence cutoff to separate real mountains from subpeaks, not the 500m cutoff on this particular Wikipedia article.

kjsharke
7 months ago
Reply to  darin

Using 500m is unexpected and more challenging, but not necessarily bad — there is more diversity. I’d include the cutoff in the description to avoid creating frustration.

But for the 300′ rule: https://www.peakbagger.com/list.aspx?lid=21201

Not sure about spoilers in the comments, but they changed the name of one peak in Colorado that you can drive up. Other name changes are being discussed.

victor_pavao
1 month ago
Reply to  kjsharke

I enjoy this quiz for what it is but I was having to guess a lot on which peaks counted, like Sill and Tyndall don’t for California even though they’re considered part of the 11 14ers. I don’t think hugequiz necessarily “has to” follow what peakbagger says though.

AdamZM
1 year ago

Being from Colorado really helped on this one

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