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Rank State Summit Name Elevation Difficulty*
1 Alaska Denali 20310 10
2 California Mount Whitney 14495 7
3 Colorado Mount Elbert 14433 6
4 Washington Mount Rainier 14411 9
5 Wyoming Gannett Peak 13804 9
6 Hawaii Mauna Kea 13796 2
7 Utah Kings Peak 13528 7
8 New Mexico Wheeler Peak 13161 6
9 Nevada Boundary Peak 13140 6
10 Montana Granite Peak 12799 9
11 Idaho Borah Peak 12662 8
12 Arizona Humphreys Peak 12633 6
13 Oregon Mount Hood 11239 8
14 Texas Guadalupe Peak 8749 5
15 South Dakota Harney Peak 7242 4
16 North Carolina Mount Mitchell 6684 1
17 Tennessee Clingmans Dome 6643 2
18 New Hampshire Mount Washington 6288 1
19 Virginia Mount Rogers 5729 4
20 Nebraska Panorama Point 5426 1
21 New York Mount Marcy 5344 5
22 Maine Katahdin 5268 5
23 Oklahoma Black Mesa 4973 4
24 West Virginia Spruce Knob 4861 1
25 Georgia Brasstown Bald 4784 2
26 Vermont Mount Mansfield 4393 3
27 Kentucky Black Mountain 4139 1
28 Kansas Mount Sunflower 4039 1
29 South Carolina Sassafras Mountain 3554 1
30 North Dakota White Butte 3506 2
31 Massachusetts Mount Greylock 3487 1
32 Maryland Backbone Mountain 3360 3
33 Pennsylvania Mount Davis 3213 1
34 Arkansas Magazine Mountain 2753 2
35 Alabama Cheaha Mountain 2405 1
36 Connecticut Mount Frissell-South Slope 2372 3
37 Minnesota Eagle Mountain 2301 4
38 Michigan Mount Arvon 1978 1
39 Wisconsin Timms Hill 1951 1
40 New Jersey High Point 1803 1
41 Missouri Taum Sauk Mountain 1772 1
42 Iowa Hawkeye Point 1670 1
43 Ohio Campbell Hill 1549 1
44 Indiana Hoosier Hill 1257 1
45 Illinois Charles Mound 1235 1
46 Rhode Island Jerimoth Hill 812 1
47 Mississippi Woodall Mountain 806 1
48 Louisiana Driskill Mountain 535 2
49 Delaware Ebright Azimuth 442 1
50 Florida Britton Hill 345 1
*Difficulty score is determined by Martin Classification of Difficulty for U.S. State Highpoints and is based on the easiest standard route.



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