Top 100 Mountains by Summit Prominence on the World Map
Can you list the 100 tallest peaks by prominence? The prominence of a peak is the minimum height of climb to the summit on any route from a higher peak (called the parent peak), or from sea level if there is no higher peak.
Dot size represents prominence, but if altitude is at least 1,000 m greater than prominence there will be a bigger underlying dot whose size represents the altitude. This dot is highlighted if you guess a parent peak and will reveal the first letters of the answer. Dots without underlying dots are shown in darker brown.