US State High Points

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Alaska Mount McKinley 20,320′
California Mount Whitney 14,495
Colorado Mount Elbert 14,433′
Washington Mount Rainier 14,410′
Wyoming Gannet Peak 13,804′
Hawaii Mauna Kea 13,796′ December 7, 2012
Utah Kings Peak 13,528′
New Mexico Wheeler Peak 13,161′
Nevada Boundary Peak 13,140′
Montana Granite Peak 12,799′
Idaho Borah Peak 12,12,662′
Arizona Humphreys Peak 12,633′
Oregon Mount Hood 11,239′
Texas Guadalupe Peak 8,749′
South Dakota Harney Peak 7,242′
North Carolina Mount Mitchell 6,684′ May 15, 2010
Tennessee Clingmans Dome 6,643′
New Hampshire Mount Washington 6,288′
Virginia Mount Rodgers 5,729′
Nebraska Panorama Point 5,426′
New York Mount Marcy 5,344′
Maine Katahdin 5,268′ September 22, 2007
Oklahoma Black Mesa 4,973′
West Virginia Spruce Knob 4,861′
Georgia Brasstown Bald 4,784′
Vermont Mount Mansfield 4,393′
Kentucky Black Mountain 4,139′
Kansas Mount Sunflower 4,039′
South Carolina Sassafrass Mountain 3,554′
North Dakota White Butte 3,506′
Massachusetts Mount Graylock 3,487′
Maryland Backbone Mountain 3,487′
Pennsylvania Mount Davis 3,360′
Arkansas Magazine Mountain 2,753′
Alabama Cheaha Mountain 2,405′
Connecticut Mount Frissell-South Slope 2,372′
Minnesota Eagle Mountain 2,301′
Michigan Mount Arvon 1,978′
Wisconsin Timms Hill 1,951′
New Jersey High Point 1,803′
Missouri Taum Sauk Mountain 1,772′
Iowa Hawkeye Point 1,670′
Ohio Campbell Hill 1,549′
Indiana Hoosier Hill 1,257′
Illinois Charles Mound 1,235′
Rhode Island Jerimoth Hill 812′
Mississippi Woodall Mountan 806′
Louisiana Driskill Mountain 535′
Delaware Ebright Azimuth 442′
Florida Britton Hill 345′

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