Statistics for Major Mountain Ranges in the United States

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  • The average score is 5 of 18

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State(s) Highest Point Range % Correct
California, NevadaMt. WhitneySierra Nevada
82%
Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York,
Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine
Mt. MitchellAppalachian
82%
Washington, Oregon, CaliforniaMt. RainierCascade
76%
New HampshireMt. WashingtonWhite
47%
VermontMt. MansfieldGreen
41%
AlaskaMount ChamberlinBrooks
41%
AlaskaDenaliAlaska
29%
Wyoming, South DakotaBlack Elk PeakBlack
29%
New Mexico, TexasGuadalupe PeakGuadalupe
24%
Idaho, MontanaTrapperBitterroot
18%
Colorado, New MexicoBlancaSangre de Cristo
18%
AlaskaMt. LoganSt. Elias
18%
CaliforniaMt. EddyKlamath
6%
IdahoWhiteSalmon River
6%
AlaskaDillingham High PointKuskokwim
6%
Wyoming, ColoradoGrays PeakFront
6%
Oklahoma, ArkansasMt. MagazineOuachita
6%
Montana, WyomingFrancs PeakAbsaroka
6%

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