U.S. Mountains and Mountain Ranges on a Map

Name the mountain ranges and mountain peaks shown on the map.
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Last updated: April 6, 2020
First submittedJune 18, 2019
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Mountain Range
Peak Name
Elev.
Alaska Range
Denali
20,310
Saint Elias Mountains
Mount Saint Elias
18,009
Sierra Nevada
Mount Whitney
14,505
Cascade Range
Mount Rainier
14,411
Mount Shasta
14,180
Mount Hood
11,250
Rocky Mountains
Mount Elbert
14,439
Pike's Peak
14,115
Grand Teton
13,776
Granite Peak
12,808
Mountain Range
Peak Name
Elev.
-
Mauna Kea
13,803
Bighorn Mountains
-
13,166
Sacramento Mountains
-
9,646
Klamath Mountains
-
9,026
Brooks Range
-
9,019
Black Hills
-
7,244
Appalachian Mountains
Mount Mitchell
6,683
 
Mount Washington
6,288
Adirondack Mountains
-
5,344
Ouachita Mountains
-
2,753
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Level 71
Apr 6, 2020
Awesome quiz! I Really love quizzes like this.

Two suggestions: I'd appreciate you accepting Siskiyou as a type-in for the Klamaths and Guadalupe Mountains as a type-in for the Sacramento Mountains. It's really tough to tell the difference between those ranges at this resolution, and in both cases I feel like those ranges would be a reasonable answer for the marked range. This is especially true since I don't think the Sacramentos go down into Texas, but the Guadalupes definitely do.

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Level 71
Apr 6, 2020
Thanks! Added those typeins.
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Level 56
Apr 6, 2020
I missed the Rocky Mountains... I really need to eat breakfast before taking these
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Level 52
May 12, 2020
Why is Granite Peak only known by 4%?
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Level 62
May 16, 2020
Because I’ve never heard of it
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Level 49
Jan 22, 2021
It's still wild to me as somebody who has never left the Western U.S. how lowland the east coast is. I was born at nearly the same elevation as the peak of the highest mountain in the Appalachians. I'll have to visit someday.