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Below you will find a list of every High Point in every U.S. State.  Here, you can view our progress, pick a state as your donation state or click the peak to view a video or map of our climbs (coming soon).  When you’re ready to donate or sponsor us, go to our donate page so you can learn how and support our cause!

As you peruse this page, keep in mind that you can sponsor one of our climbers when they visit your state (housing, gear, meals, transportation) and you can pick one of three ways to advertise your donation (by “State”, “Elevation” or “Peak”).

Highpoint Climb No 1: Missouri- Taum Sauk Mountain: Date 4-25-09

List of U.S. State High Points

Mountaineer(Summit date):

Chris

Dominic

Matt

Alabama

Cheaha Mountain (alt. 2,405 feet)

Alaska

Mt. McKinley (alt. 20,320 feet)

Arizona

Humphreys Peak (alt. 12,633 feet)

5/13/12

Arkansas

Mt. Magazine (alt. 2,753 feet)

California

Mt. Whitney (alt. 14,505 feet)

6/15/11

Colorado

Mt. Elbert (alt. 14,433 feet)

Connecticut

South slope of Mt. Frissell (alt. 2,380 feet)


4/26/12

Delaware

Ebright Azimuth (alt. 448 feet)

Florida

Britton Hill (alt. 345 feet)

Georgia

BrasstownBald (alt. 4,784 feet)

Hawaii

Mauna Kea (alt. 13,796 feet)

Idaho

Borah Peak (alt. 12,668 feet)

Illinois

Charles Mound (alt. 1,235 feet)

Indiana

Hoosier Hill (alt. 1,257 feet)

7/13/12

Iowa

Hawkeye Point (alt. 1,670 feet)

7/5/12

Kansas

Mt. Sunflower (alt. 4,039 feet)

Kentucky

Black Mountain (alt. 4,145 feet)

Louisiana

Driskill Mountain (alt. 535 feet)

Maine

Mt. Katahdin (alt. 5,276 feet)

8/12/11

Maryland

Backbone Mountain (alt. 3,360 feet)

9/5/11

Massachusetts

Mt. Greylock (alt. 3,487 feet)

Michigan

Mt. Arvon (alt. 1,979 feet)

Minnesota

Eagle Mountain (alt. 2,301 feet)

Mississippi

Woodall Mountain (alt. 806 feet)

Missouri (1st)

Taum Sauk Mountain (alt. 1,772 feet)

4/25/09

Montana

Granite Peak (alt. 12,799 feet)

Nebraska

Panorama Point (alt. 5,424 feet)


3/4/12

Nevada

Boundary Peak (alt. 13,140 feet)

New Hampshire

Mt. Washington (alt. 6,280 feet)

New Jersey

High Point (alt. 1,803 feet)

New Mexico

Wheeler Peak (alt. 13,161 feet)

New York

Mt. Marcy (alt. 5,344 feet)

North Carolina

Mt. Mitchell (alt. 6,684 feet)

North Dakota

White Butte (alt. 3,506 feet)

Ohio

Campbell Hill (alt. 1,549 feet)

Oklahoma

Black Mesa (alt. 4,973 feet)

Oregon

Mt. Hood (alt. 11,239 feet)

Pennsylvania

Mt. Davis (alt. 3,213 feet)

9/19/11

Rhode Island

Jerimoth Hill (alt. 812 feet)

South Carolina

Sassafras Mountain (alt. 3,560 feet)

South Dakota

Harney Peak (alt. 7,242 feet)

7/9/12

Tennessee

Clingmans Dome (alt. 6,643 feet)

Texas

Guadalupe Peak (alt. 8,749 feet)

Utah

Kings Peak (alt. 13,528 feet)

Vermont

Mt. Mansfield (alt. 4,393 feet)

Virginia

Mt. Rogers (alt. 5,729 feet)

Washington

Mt. Rainier (alt. 14,410 feet)

West Virginia

Spruce Knob (alt. 4,861 feet)

8/17/11

Wisconsin

Timms Hill (alt. 1,952 feet)

Wyoming

Gannett Peak (alt. 13,804 feet)