Contiguous 14ers with 2,000 ft. of Prominence

Contiguous 14ers with 2,000 ft. of Prominence

California/Colorado/Washington, United States, North America
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Mt. RainierMt. Rainier, the Most Prominent 14er in the Lower 48.


So what excites one to climb, the Elevation or the Prominence of a peak? How about doing a combination of both? You can by climbing the 14ers in the Contiguous 48 with 2,000 feet or more of Prominence. Colorado may have 54 14ers, but only 20 of these are special enough to have at least 2,000 feet of Prominence.

There are a total of 25 14ers with 2,000 feet or more of Prominence. Twenty of these are located within Colorado. Four are in California, and just one in Washington State. Only 7 of these 25 peaks are Ultras. This list puts in perspective, that even the highest peaks in the Lower 48 are not necessarily the most prominent mountains.

Contiguous 14ers with 2,000 feet of Prominence

Rank Image Summit Name Elevation Prominence State Latitude Longitude Map Link
1 Mount Rainier 14,411 13,211 Washington 46.852947°N 121.760424°W Map
2 Mount Whitney 14,505 10,075 California 36.57860°N 118.293°W Map
3 Mt. Shasta 14,162 9,762 California 41.40940°N 122.1939°W Map
4 Mt. Elbert 14,440 9,093 Colorado 39.117732°N 106.445203°W Map
5 White Mountain Peak 14,252 7,196 California 37.63440°N 118.2547°W Map
6 Pikes Peak 14,115 5,530 Colorado 38.840511°N 117.6458°W Map
7 Blanca Peak 14,349 5,325 Colorado 37.577491°N 117.088°W Map
8 Culebra Peak 14,047 4,827 Colorado 37.122357°N 105.185805°W Map
9 Crestone Peak 14,294 4,554 Colorado 37.966829°N 105.585473°W Map
10 Uncompahgre Peak 14,309 4,249 Colorado 37.966829°N 105.585473°W Map
11 Mount Wilson 14,246 4,026 Colorado 37.839122°N 107.991586°W Map
12 Mount Lincoln 14,286 3,866 Colorado 39.351504 106.111584°W Map
13 San Luis Peak 14,014 3,114 Colorado 37.98681°N 106.931266°W Map
14 Mt. Sneffels 14,150 3,050 Colorado 38.003776°N 107.79227°W Map
15 Longs Peak 14,255 2,955 Colorado 40.254902°N 105.616089°W Map
16 North Palisade 14,242 2,895 California 37.09390ºN 118.5219ºW Map
17 Grays Peak 14,270 2,770 Colorado 39.633715 105.817589°W Map
18 Mt. Evans 14,264 2,764 Colorado 39.588255°N 105.64377°W Map
19 Mount Antero 14,269 2,503 Colorado 38.673889°N 106.246109°W Map
20 Castle Peak 14,265 2,365 Colorado 39.00970°N 106.8608°W Map
21 Mount Harvard 14,420 2,360 Colorado 38.924452°N 106.320765°W Map
22 Maroon Peak 14,156 2,336 Colorado 39.070789°N 106.988972°W Map
23 Mt. Eolus 14,083 2,183 Colorado 37.621846°N 107.622701°W Map
24 Mt. Princeton 14,197 2,177 Colorado 38.749127°N 106.242337°W Map
25 Mt. Holy Cross 14,005 2,111 Colorado 39.466697°N 106.48172°W Map


  • Colorado's Most Prominent Peaks.
  • Peaklist's page on 2,000 foot Prominence Peaks with many lists.
  • Peagbagger's page with many Prominence Lists.
  • A great resource for Prominence, definitions, and many prominence lists.
  • Colorado 2,000 foot Prominence Peaks

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    Children refers to the set of objects that logically fall under a given object. For example, the Aconcagua mountain page is a child of the 'Aconcagua Group' and the 'Seven Summits.' The Aconcagua mountain itself has many routes, photos, and trip reports as children.