Major Mountain Ranges in the United States

Guess these mountain ranges that fit the description!
Leave off the words mountains, hills, etc.
Some mountain ranges extend into Canada or Mexico
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Last updated: March 31, 2020
First submittedFebruary 6, 2019
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State(s)
Highest Point
Range
Alaska
Mount Chamberlin
Brooks
Alaska
Dillingham High Point
Kuskokwim
Alaska
Denali
Alaska
Alaska
Mt. Logan
St. Elias
Washington, Oregon, California
Mt. Rainier
Cascade
California
Mt. Eddy
Klamath
California, Nevada
Mt. Whitney
Sierra Nevada
Idaho
White
Salmon River
Idaho, Montana
Trapper
Bitterroot
Montana, Wyoming
Francs Peak
Absaroka
Wyoming, Colorado
Grays Peak
Front
Colorado, New Mexico
Blanca
Sangre de Cristo
New Mexico, Texas
Guadalupe Peak
Guadalupe
Wyoming, South Dakota
Black Elk Peak
Black
Oklahoma, Arkansas
Mt. Magazine
Ouachita
Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York,
Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine
Mt. Mitchell
Appalachian
Vermont
Mt. Mansfield
Green
New Hampshire
Mt. Washington
White
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