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Over 9000' Peaks

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So, do you consider such things as Sitkum Spire, Lincoln and Colfax Peak, and Point Success to be on this list? wazzup.gif


Here's the most obvious ones, without sub-peaks of major mountains:


Mount Rainier 14411

Mount Adams 12276

Mount Baker 10781

Glacier Peak 10520+

Bonanza Peak 9511

Mount Stuart 9415

Mount Fernow 9249

Mount Goode 9200+

Mount Shuksan 9131

Mount Buckner 9112

Seven Fingered Jack 9100

Mount Logan 9087

Jack Mountain 9066

Mount Maude 9040+


Other Points above 9000:


Point Success 14158

Liberty Cap 14112

The Pinnacle 12080

Pikers Peak 11657

Little Tahoma 11138

Sherman Peak 10160

Disappointment Peak 9755

Steamboat Prow 9720+

Colfax Peak 9440+

Colfax Peak East 9355

Sitkum Spire 9355

Whitman Crest 9323

SW Bonanza Peak 9320

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Stanley Peak is in the Canadian rockies, and at 10351 feet it is definately over 9000', though I should have specified Washington State only.


Thanks for pointing that out Dru. wazzup.gif

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Just becuase it is named, does it mean it is a peak?


What about all those points that will be named in the future?

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