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Beegum Peak

Beegum Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of California. The elevation is 3.891 feet. Beegum Peak was so named on account of its shape, likened to a beehive. A variant name is "Bee Gum Butte".

                                               

Mustang Peak (Monterey County, California)

Mustang Peak is a summit in the Diablo Range on the northwest - southeast trending range of mountains marking the boundary of Monterey County and Fresno County, California. This summit rises to an elevation of 3.596 feet / 1.096 meters. It overlo ...

                                               

Mountains of Northern California

                                               

Mountains of Southern California

                                               

Mount Bancroft

Mount Bancroft is a 13.250 feet peak in Grand and Clear Creek counties. It is located west of the town of Empire, within a group of mountain peaks called the James Group that also includes Mount Flora, Mount Eva, Parry Peak, James Peak, and Color ...

                                               

Hagues Peak

Hagues Peak is the highest summit of the Mummy Range in the Rocky Mountains of North America. The 13.573-foot thirteener is located in the Rocky Mountain National Park Wilderness, 9.9 miles northwest of the Town of Estes Park, Colorado, United St ...

                                               

Pyramid Peak (Colorado)

Pyramid Peak is a fourteen thousand foot mountain in the U.S. state of Colorado. It is the 47th highest mountain peak in Colorado, and 78th highest peak in the United States. It is located in the Elk Mountains in southeastern Pitkin County, appro ...

                                               

Sugarloaf Mountain (Boulder County, Colorado)

                                               

The Horns (Colorado)

                                               

Fourteeners of Colorado

                                               

Barn Door Hills

The Barn Door Hills of north-central Connecticut are a pair of prominent rocky trap rock knobs separated by a steep sided gap. They are located in Granby, Connecticut. The hills are an outlying section of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that e ...

                                               

Beacon Hill (Branford, Connecticut)

This article is about Beacon Hill, a traprock landform in Branford, Connecticut. For other places by the same name, see Beacon Hill Beacon Hill, 130 feet above sea level, is a traprock outcrop located 1.2 miles southeast of New Haven, Connecticut ...

                                               

Besek Mountain

Besek Mountain also known as Black Mountain, est. 840 feet, is a traprock mountain ridge located 4.75 miles southeast of Meriden, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Co ...

                                               

Burley Hill, Connecticut

Burley Hill is a 1.316-foot hill in Union, Connecticut. It is the highest point in Tolland County and the highest point in eastern Connecticut. It is one of Connecticuts highest named summits and it ranks 6th in the state for prominence at 669 fe ...

                                               

Cathole Mountain

Cathole Mountain, 515 feet, is the lowest peak in the trap rock Hanging Hills of Meriden, Connecticut. The rugged southern ledges of the mountain rise steeply 150 feet above the city of Meriden. The mountain is separated from South Mountain by th ...

                                               

Chauncey Peak

Chauncey Peak, 688 feet, is a traprock mountain located 2 miles northeast of the center of Meriden, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, north through the C ...

                                               

East Peak (New Haven County, Connecticut)

Should not be confused with East Rock, another traprock summit in Connecticut East Peak, 976 feet, is a prominent basalt traprock mountain in the Hanging Hills of Meriden, Connecticut. Rugged and scenic, the peak rises steeply above the city of M ...

                                               

Farmington Mountain

Farmington Mountain, 502 feet, is a traprock ridge located 9 miles southwest of Hartford, Connecticut in the town of Farmington. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, nor ...

                                               

Fowler Mountain

Fowler Mountain, est. 750 feet, is a traprock mountain located 7 miles southeast of the center of Meriden, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, north throug ...

                                               

Hatchett Hill

Hatchett Hill, est. 510 feet, is a trap rock ridge located in East Granby, Connecticut, 11 miles northeast of Hartford, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, ...

                                               

Manitook Mountain

Manitook Mountain, also called Manituck Mountain, 638 feet, is a 1.6-mile long traprock mountain ridge located between the Berkshires and the Connecticut River Valley in north-central Connecticut. It is an outlying ridge belonging to the narrow, ...

                                               

Peak Mountain

Peak Mountain, also called Copper Mountain, est. 730 feet, is a traprock mountain located in East Granby, Connecticut, 6 miles south of the Massachusetts border and 6 miles west of the Connecticut River. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet ...

                                               

Peters Rock

Peters Rock, also known as Rabbit Rock, Rabbit Hill, Indian Rock and Great Rock, with a high point of 373 feet above sea level, is a trap rock peak located 4 miles northeast of downtown New Haven, Connecticut in the town of North Haven. It is par ...

                                               

Pistapaug Mountain

Pistapaug Mountain, also known as Paug Mountain, est. 700 feet, is a traprock mountain located 11 miles northeast of New Haven, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Conn ...

                                               

Rattlesnake Mountain (Connecticut)

This article is about Rattlesnake Mountain, a summit in central Connecticut. For other landforms by the same name, see Rattlesnake Mountain Rattlesnake Mountain is a traprock mountain, 750 feet above sea level, located 9 miles southwest of Hartfo ...

                                               

Saltonstall Mountain

Saltonstall Mountain, also known as Saltonstall Ridge, with a high point of 320 feet above sea level, is a traprock mountain ridge located 3 miles east of New Haven, Connecticut and 1.75 miles north of Long Island Sound. It is part of the Metacom ...

                                               

Short Mountain (Connecticut)

Short Mountain is a traprock mountain located in south central Connecticut 5 miles north of the city of Meriden. It is part of the narrow Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, north through the Connectic ...

                                               

South Mountain (New Haven County, Connecticut)

South Mountain, 767 ft, is a prominent traprock peak in the Hanging Hills of Meriden, Connecticut. Rugged and scenic, the peak rises steeply above the city of Meriden 400 ft below and is characterized by its vertical cliffs and sweeping views of ...

                                               

Talcott Mountain

Talcott Mountain of central Connecticut, with a high point of 950 feet, is a 13-mile long trap rock mountain ridge located 6 miles west of the city of Hartford. The ridge, a prominent landscape feature, forms a continuous line of exposed western ...

                                               

Totoket Mountain

Totoket Mountain, with a high point of 720 feet above sea level, is a traprock massif with several distinct summits, located 7 miles northeast of New Haven, Connecticut. It is part of the Metacomet Ridge that extends from the Long Island Sound ne ...

                                               

Trimountain

Trimountain or Tri-mountain, est. 760 feet, is a traprock mountain located 6 miles southeast of Meriden, Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound near New Haven, Connecticut, north through ...

                                               

West Suffield Mountain

West Suffield Mountain, est. 710 feet, is a traprock mountain ridge located between the Berkshires and the Connecticut River Valley in north-central Connecticut. It is part of the narrow, linear Metacomet Ridge that extends from Long Island Sound ...

                                               

Dowdells Knob

Dowdells Knob is a prominent mountain in Harris County, Georgia. It is the highest point in Harris County at 1.395 feet above sea level and the highest point on the Pine Mountain Range in the area. It is often referred to as a historical spot whe ...

                                               

List of mountains in Georgia named Rocky Mountain

This refers to individual mountains named Rocky Mountain in Georgia. For other individual mountains named Rocky Mountain, see Rocky Mountain. For peaks or mountains named Rocky Knob, see Rocky Knob disambiguation. For the mountain range in wester ...

                                               

Pigeon Mountain (Georgia)

Pigeon Mountain is a summit in Walker County, Georgia. At its highest point, the mountain has an elevation of around 2.330 feet. Ellisons Cave and Petty Johns Cave are located on the mountain. Most of the mountain is located inside the Crockford- ...

                                               

Pine Mountain (Bartow County, Georgia)

Pine Mountain is a summit in Cartersville, Georgia. At its highest point, the mountain has an elevation of 1.562 feet. Pine Mountain contains several miles worth of hiking trails.

                                               

Pine Mountain (Cobb County, Georgia)

Pine Mountain is located at approximately 33°5921.13" up North, 84°3843.00" West. The small "mountain" has an approximate elevation of 1292 feet or 394 meters above sea level. Contrary to the implications of its name, Pine Mountain is plentiful w ...

                                               

Rock Mountain (Georgia)

Rock Mountain is a 1.420-foot 430 m mountain located west of Armuchee, Georgia. It was named for its rocky peak. It is the location of the Rocky Mountain Project and the Rocky Mountain Hydroelectric Plant.

                                               

Rocky Knob (Georgia)

Rocky Knob is a name used to describe eight different mountain peaks located in the North Georgia mountains that are scattered among four different Georgia counties.

                                               

Screamer Mountain

Screamer Mountain is a mountain in Rabun County, Georgia, United States, near Clayton, Georgia and is the birthplace of Logan E. Bleckley. Screamer Mountain has an elevation of 2.972 feet. The entire mountain was purchased in 1971, by Modern Stat ...

                                               

Slaughter Mountain

Slaughter Mountain, with an elevation of 4.338 ft, is the ninth-highest peak in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is located in Union County, Georgia and is the second-highest mountain in Union County. Its nearest neighbor is Blood Mountain, the high ...

                                               

Sweat Mountain

Sweat Mountain is a low mountain in far northeastern Cobb County, Georgia, in the suburbs north of Atlanta. The exact GNIS location of its summit is 34°4′1″N 84°27′20″W, and it has an official elevation of 1.688 ft above mean sea level. It is the ...

                                               

Mount Wilkinson

Mount Wilkinson is a low mountain immediately north-northwest of and directly overlooking downtown Vinings, in southeast Cobb County, Georgia, USA. Although it rises significantly from the surrounding terrain, it is actually at or slightly below ...

                                               

Big Lovely Mountain

Big Lovely Mountain is a summit in Knott County, Kentucky, in the United States. With an elevation of 1.401 feet, Big Lovely Mountain is the 272nd highest summit in the state of Kentucky.

                                               

Stuffley Knob (Johnson County, Kentucky)

Stuffley Knob is the tallest mountain in Johnson County, Kentucky, with a summit elevation of 1.496 feet above sea level. The summit is located about eight miles west of Paintsville at 37°46′59″N 82°55′13″W, just off of U.S. Route 460.

                                               

Eaton Mountain

Eaton Mountain is a small family-oriented ski area located in Skowhegan, Maine. It consist of 5 Beginner trails, 7 intermediate trails and 6 expert trails. Along with a double chairlift and a rope tow. It also has over 50% snowmaking and over 50% ...

                                               

Kibby Mountain

Kibby Mountain is a mountain located in Franklin County, Maine, about 3.5 mi east of the Canada–United States border. Kibby Mountain is flanked to the southeast by Spencer Bale Mountain. Kibby Mountain stands within the watershed of the Kennebec ...

                                               

Mars Hill (Maine)

Mars Hill is a mountain located in Mars Hill, Maine, and gave the town its name. The mountain plays an important role in the Mars Hill community, and overlooks the Saint John Valley, in which Mars Hill is located. Mount Katahdin is visible from t ...

                                               

Mount Pisgah (Kennebec County, Maine)

Mount Pisgah is a mountain located in the town of Winthrop, Maine. Its summit is the 5th highest in Kennebec County. A popular hiking loop, made up of the.7 mile Tower Trail and 1.3 mile Blueberry Trail, provides access to a fire tower at the top ...

                                               

Shutdown Mountain (Maine)

Shutdown Mountain is a mountain located in Somerset County, Maine. Shutdown Mountain lies within the watershed of the Kennebec River and has two peaks, Shutdown Peak and Bulldog Peak elevation 2260 ft., sometimes referred to as Bulldog Mountain. ...

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