US 50 Highpoints – Posted in: My Quest

Experience the United States of America from the 50 highpoints.

The quest to summit the 50 highpoints in America came later after living in the North Cascades of Washington State. Many may summit the lesser peaks first to work toward the difficult later however the first three peaks were Rainier, Whitney and Denali completed in that order.

Completed

  • Denali at 20,310 feet located in the Alaska Range of Alaska (2011 & 2016 Summit)
  • Mount Whitney at 14,495 feet located in the Sierra Nevada of California (2014)
  • Mount Rainier at 14,411 feet located in the Cascade Range of Washington (2009)

Scheduled West of Rocky’s

  • 2017
  • Mount Hood at 11,239 feet located in the Cascade Range of Oregon
  • Mount Elbert at 14,433 feet located in the Southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado
  • 2018
  • Kings Peak at 13,528 feet located in the Western Rocky Mountains of Utah
  • Humphreys Peak at 12,633 feet located in the Colorado Plateau of Arizona
  • 2019
  • Mauna Kea at 13,796 feet located in the Hawaii of Hawaii
  • Boundary Peak at 13,140 feet located in the Great Basin Ranges of Nevada
  • Borah Peak at 12,662 feet located in the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains of IdahoMt Rainier Summit Bid Famous Shot
  • 2020
  • Gannett Peak at 13,804 feet located in the Greater Yellowstone Rockies of Wyoming
  • Wheeler Peak at 13,161 feet located in the Southern Rocky Mountains of New Mexico
  • Granite Peak at 12,799 feet located in the Greater Yellowstone Rockies of Montana

East of Rocky’s

  • Guadalupe Peak at 8749 feet located in the Southwest Basins and Ranges of Texas
  • Harney Peak at 7242 feet located in the Great Plains of South Dakota
  • Mount Mitchell at 6684 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina
  • Clingmans Dome at 6643 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee
  • Mount Washington at 6288 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of New Hampshire
  • Mount Rogers at 5729 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
  • Panorama Point at 5426 feet located in the Great Plains of Nebraska
  • Mount Marcy at 5344 feet located in the Canadian Shield of New York
  • Katahdin at 5268 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Maine
  • Black Mesa at 4973 feet located in the Great Plains of Oklahoma
  • Spruce Knob at 4861 feet located in the Appalachian Plateaus of West Virginia
  • Brasstown Bald at 4784 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
  • Mount Mansfield at 4393 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Vermont
  • Black Mountain at 4139 feet located in the Appalachian Plateaus of Kentucky
  • Mount Sunflower at 4039 feet located in the Great Plains of Kansas
  • Sassafras Mountain at 3554 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina
  • White Butte at 3506 feet located in the Great Plains of North Dakota
  • Mount Greylock at 3487 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Massachusetts
  • Backbone Mountain at 3360 feet located in the Appalachian Plateaus of Maryland
  • Mount Davis at 3213 feet located in the Appalachian Plateaus of Pennsylvania
  • Magazine Mountain at 2753 feet located in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas
  • Cheaha Mountain at 2405 feet located in the Appalachian Ridges of Alabama
  • Mount Frissell-South Slope at 2372 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Connecticut
  • Eagle Mountain at 2301 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Minnesota
  • Mount Arvon at 1978 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Michigan
  • Timms Hill at 1951 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Wisconsin
  • High Point at 1803 feet located in the Appalachian Ridges of New Jersey
  • Taum Sauk Mountain at 1772 feet located in the Ozark Highlands of Missouri
  • Hawkeye Point at 1670 feet located in the Great Plains of Iowa
  • Campbell Hill at 1549 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Ohio
  • Hoosier Hill at 1257 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Indiana
  • Charles Mound at 1235 feet located in the Midwest-Great Lakes Area of Illinois
  • Jerimoth Hill at 812 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Rhode Island
  • Woodall Mountain at 806 feet located in the Appalachian Plateaus of Mississippi
  • Driskill Mountain at 535 feet located in the Ozark Highlands of Louisiana
  • Ebright Azimuth at 442 feet located in the Northern U.S. Appalachians of Delaware
  • Britton Hill at 345 feet located in the Piedmont-Southeast Coast of Florida
  • Reno Reservoir at 415 feet located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of District of Columbia