Tallest Coastal Mountains of Each Continent

"Coastal" for this quiz refers to a mountain that is within a distance of the sea of 10x its height. For example, a 5,000m mountain would have to be 50km away or closer to the sea, and a 2,000m mountain no more than 20km.
(Hint) Lakes do not count, except for the Caspian Sea.
Sea covered by permanent ice sheets is excluded.
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Continent
Country
Range
Elevation
Mountain
South America
Colombia
Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta
5,776m
Pico Cristóbal Colón
North America
Canada
Saint Elias Mountains
5,489m
Mount Saint Elias
Asia
Iran
Alborz
4,848m
Alam-Kuh
Oceania
USA
NA
4,207m
Mauna Kea
Antarctica
NA
Admiralty Mountains
4,166m
Mount Minto
Africa
Cameroon
NA
4,040m
Mount Cameroon
Europe
Spain
Sierra Nevada
3,479m
Mulhacén
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