US National Parks by High Point

Can you identify these fifteen National Parks based on the name and elevation of the highest point within them?
One high point is referred to by an out-of-date name to avoid being too obvious
One of these features is not natural
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Last updated: April 5, 2020
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High Point
Elevation (ft/m)
National Park
Mount McKinley
20,308 / 6,190
Denali
Mount Saint Elias
18,008 / 6,190
Wrangell-St. Elias
Mount Whitney
14,505 / 4,421
Sequoia
Longs Peak
14,259 / 4,346
Rocky Mountain
Mauna Loa
13,679 / 4,169
Hawaii Volcanoes
Mount Lyell
13,114 / 3,997
Yosemite
Eagle Peak
11,358 / 3,462
Yellowstone
Mount Cleveland
10,479 / 3,914
Glacier
Guadalupe Peak
8,751 / 2,667
Guadalupe Mountains
Mount Olympus
7,980 / 2,432
Olympic
Cathedral Point
7,120 / 2,170
Canyonlands
Clingmans Dome
6,643 / 2,025
Great Smoky Mountains
Cadillac Mountain
1,527 / 465
Acadia
Gateway to the West
1,096 / 334
Gateway Arch
Loggerhead Key
10 / 3
Dry Tortugas
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