Tallest Mountains in the United States - With Exceptions

Guess the tallest mountains by elevation in the United States that are not in Alaska, Colorado, or California.
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Last updated: November 14, 2018
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Elevation
State
Mountain
14,417
Washington
Mount Rainier
13,809
Wyoming
Gannet Peak
13,803
Hawaii
Mauna Kea
13,775
Wyoming
Grand Teton
13,679
Hawaii
Mauna Loa
13,534
Utah
Kings Peak
13,197
Wyoming
Wind River Peak
13,167
New Mexico
Wheeler Peak
13,167
Wyoming
Cloud Peak
13,164
Wyoming
Francs Peak
13,108
New Mexico
Truchas Peak
Elevation
State
Mountain
13,065
Nevada
Wheeler Peak
12,847
Wyoming
Lizard Head Peak
12,807
Montana
Granite Peak
12,739
New Mexico
Venado Peak
12,668
Idaho
Borah Peak
12,665
Montana
Mount Wood
12,637
Arizona
Humphreys Peak
12,632
New Mexico
Santa Fe Baldy
12,618
Montana
Castle Mountain
12,610
Wyoming
Mount Moran
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