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Gildersleeve Mountain

Gildersleeve Mountain is a summit located in Kirtland, Ohio, United States. Gildersleeve Mountain is interesting and important because it is within one of the largest and most densely populated metropolitan areas in the United States regional pop ...

                                               

Rich Hill (Ohio)

Rich Hill is a summit in Knox County, Ohio, in the United States. With an elevation of 1.358 feet, Rich Hill is the 10th highest summit in the state of Ohio. An ancient cairn once stood at the top of Rich Hill until its stones were salvaged by ea ...

                                               

Big Mountain (Oklahoma)

The summit of Big Mountain is 1.145 feet above sea level. It is located 5.5 miles northeast of Moyers, Oklahoma. Buck Creek forms its southern limit. Pine Creek forms its northern limit. The Kiamichi River forms its eastern limit, and Kimbrough C ...

                                               

Lost Mountain

Lost Mountain is a mountain in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, located approximately 10 miles northwest of Antlers, Oklahoma. It is a part of the Kiamichi Mountains, a subrange of the Ouachita Mountains. Its summit is 791 feet above sea level. The c ...

                                               

Mount Pinchot (Oklahoma)

Mount Pinchot is the highest peak in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge of Southwest Oklahoma at 2.476 feet above sea level. It is located toward the western edge of the WMWR. The US Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for the maintenance ...

                                               

Rodney Mountain

Rodney Mountain is located in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, approximately five miles northwest of Antlers, Oklahoma. It is a part of the Kiamichi Mountains, a subrange of the Ouachita Mountains, and forms its southwest-most extremity. Its summit i ...

                                               

Mount Scott (Oklahoma)

Mount Scott is a prominent mountain just to the northwest of Lawton, Oklahoma rising to a height of 2.464 feet. It is located in the Wichita Mountains near Fort Sill Military Reservation and lies in the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge. ...

                                               

Bald Peak

Bald Peak is a mountain top and highest point in the Chehalem Mountains in the Northwest area of the U.S. state of Oregon. Located in Yamhill County near the county line with Washington County, the summit at 1624+ feet is the highest point in the ...

                                               

Baldy (Jackson County, Oregon)

Baldy is a 3.820-foot mountain located 4.1 miles north-northeast of Talent and 3.8 miles east-northeast of Phoenix in Jackson County, Oregon. It forms part of the eastern edge of the Rogue Valley, and is about 7.3 miles 11.7 km west-northwest of ...

                                               

Mount Baldy (Polk County, Oregon)

Mount Baldy is a 414 foot hill located within the Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge in Polk County, Oregon. A short trail loop operated by the wildlife refuge leads to an observation deck on the summit.

                                               

Bieberstedt Butte

Bieberstedt Butte is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 5.259 feet. Bieberstedt Butte has the name of one Carl Bieberstedt.

                                               

Boaz Mountain

Boaz Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.497 feet. Boaz Mountain was named in 1879 after Kinder Boaz, a pioneer citizen.

                                               

Boccard Point

Boccard Point is located in the Soda Mountain Wilderness, which was designated in the spring of 2009 by the United States Congress, and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management The surrounding wilderness encompasses a large amount of biologica ...

                                               

Brophy Hill

Brophy Hill is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 2.119 feet. Brophy Hill was named in the 1930s after Vern Brophy Whome, a local cattleman.

                                               

Bybee Peak

                                               

Chinquapin Mountain

Chinquapin Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 6.089 feet. Chinquapin Mountain was named for the Chinquapin trees in the area.

                                               

Coker Butte

                                               

Collings Mountain

                                               

Condon Butte

Condon Butte is a 5.901-foot summit in Lane County, Oregon, in the United States. The butte was named for Thomas Condon a Congregationalist minister and professor of geology at the University of Oregon.

                                               

Cooper Mountain (Oregon)

Cooper Mountain is a mountain in Washington County, Oregon, United States. Its summit has an elevation of 764 feet. The mountain and surrounding area are named for Ohio immigrant Perry Cooper who settled on the mountain.

                                               

Mount David Douglas

Mount David Douglas is a summit in Lane County, Oregon, in the United States. with an elevation of 6.255 feet NGVD 29. The peak was named for was named for David Douglas, a Scottish botanist.

                                               

Dutchman Peak

Dutchman Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 7.418 feet. The word "Dutchman" does not refer to the Dutch people or Dutch language, but to the original German settlers.

                                               

Esmond Mountain

Esmond Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 4.895 feet. Esmond Mountain was named after Edwin Esmond, a pioneer settler.

                                               

Fielder Mountain

Fielder Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.750 feet. Fielder Mountain was named after Thomas Fielder, a pioneer citizen.

                                               

Flagtail Mountain

                                               

Fredenburg Butte

Fredenburg Butte is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 4.298 feet. Fredenburg Butte was named in the 1870s after one Francis M. Fredenburg.

                                               

Gardener Butte

Gardener Butte is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 2.940 feet. Gardener Butte was named in 1884 after Raphael Gardener Sr., a pioneer settler.

                                               

Green Springs Mountain

Green Springs Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 5.226 feet. Green Springs Mountain was named for the characteristic green foliage around a mountain spring.

                                               

Hillis Peak

Hillis Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.261 feet. Hillis Peak was named in the 1860s after William P. Hillis, a pioneer settler.

                                               

Mount Isabelle

                                               

Laurel Mountain (Oregon)

Laurel Mountain is the fourth highest peak in Oregons Central Coast Range with an elevation of 3.592 feet. The peak is located in Polk County west of the city of Dallas. In 1997 it was labeled the wettest place in Oregon, and in 1996 it set an al ...

                                               

Lyman Mountain

Lyman Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 2.720 feet. Lyman Mountain was named in 1894 after George S. Lyman, owner of a local apple orchard. It is located 16.3 miles 26.2 km northwest of Medford and 15.6 miles 25.1 ...

                                               

Mahogany Mountain

Mahogany Mountain is an ancient caldera volcano on the border of Oregon and Idaho, in Malheur County and Owyhee County, respectively. While its early history is largely unknown, its last eruption was probably 15.5 million years ago. This eruption ...

                                               

McConville Peak

McConville Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.133 feet. McConville Peak was named in 1889 after one Arthur McConville.

                                               

Meyers Hill (Oregon)

                                               

Negro Ben Mountain

Negro Ben Mountain is a summit in Jackson County, Oregon, in the United States. with an elevation of 4.398 feet. The mountain was named for Ben Johnson, a local black blacksmith. The summit historically was known as Nigger Ben Mountain until the ...

                                               

Obenchain Mountain

Obenchain Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.609 feet. Obenchain Mountain was named in 1864 after one John Obenchain.

                                               

Pompadour Bluff

Pompadour Bluff is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 2.306 feet. Pompadour Bluff was so named for a fancied resemblance to the pompadour hairstyle.

                                               

Poole Hill

Poole Hill is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 3.848 feet. Poole Hill was named in the 1860s after Arthur Pool, although the spelling differs.

                                               

Ropers Bunion

Ropers Bunion is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 2.090 feet. Ropers Bunion was named after Fordyce Roper, a local industrialist.

                                               

Rustler Peak

Rustler Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 6.214 feet. Rustler Peak was named for the fact rustlers once operated in the area.

                                               

Scott Mountain

There are two mountains in Oregon commonly called Scott Mountain. The Scott Mountain further north, in the Willamette National Forest, is sometimes confused with and referred to as Olallie Mountain; while some records show these two summits in La ...

                                               

Songer Butte

                                               

Swastika Mountain

Swastika Mountain is a summit in Lane County, Oregon, in the United States. It is located within Umpqua National Forest. The mountain took its name from the extinct town of Swastika, which was reportedly so named because a rancher there branded h ...

                                               

Tallowbox Mountain

Tallowbox Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 4.980 feet. Tallowbox Mountain was named in the 1880s for the pioneers custom of preserving venison tallow in a tallowbox.

                                               

Tombstone (mountain)

                                               

Tufti Mountain

Tufti Mountain is a summit in Lane County, Oregon, in the United States with an elevation of 3.133 feet. Tufti was named in honor of a Native American Indian who lived near the site of Oakridge.

                                               

Wagner Butte

                                               

Waldo Mountain

Waldo Mountain is a summit in Lane County, Oregon, in the United States. with an elevation of 6.361 feet. It is in the Waldo Lake Wilderness and the Willamette National Forest. The mountain and nearby Waldo Lake were named for John B. Waldo, an O ...

                                               

Whetstone Point

Whetstone Point is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 5.059 feet. Whetstone Point was named for the nearby supply of rock from which whetstones were fashioned.

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