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Mountain Elevation
Difficulty
1. Washington
6288 Strenuous
2. Adams
5799
Strenuous
3. Jefferson
5716
Strenuous
4. Monroe
5372
Strenuous
5. Madison
5366 Strenuous
6. Lafayette
5260 Strenuous
7. Lincoln
5089 Strenuous
8. South Twin
4902 Strenuous
9. Carter Dome
4832 Strenuous
10. Moosilauke
4802 Moderate
11. Eisenhower
4760 Moderate
12. North Twin
4761 Strenuous
13. Carrigain
4700 Strenuous
14. Bond
4698 Strenuous
15. Middle Carter
4610 Moderate to Strenuous
16. West Bond
4540 Strenuous
17. Garfield
4500 Moderate to Strenuous
18. Liberty
4459 Strenuous
19. South Carter
4430 Moderate to Strenuous
20. Wildcat
4422 Strenuous
21. Hancock
4420 Strenuous
22. South Kinsman
4358 Strenuous
23. Field
4340 Moderate
24. Osceola
4340 Moderate
25. Flume
4328 Strenuous
26. South Hancock
4319 Strenuous
27. Pierce
4312 Moderate
28. North Kinsman
4293 Strenuous
29. Willey
4285 Strenuous
30. Bondcliff
4265 Strenuous
31. Zealand
4260 Strenuous
32. North Tripyramid
4180 Strenuous
33. Cabot
4170 Moderate to Strenuous
34. East Osceola
4156 Strenuous
35. Middle Tripyramid
4140 Strenuous
36. Cannon
4100 Moderate
37. Wildcat D
4062 Strenuous
38. Hale
4054 Moderate
39. Jackson
4052 Moderate
40. Tom
4051 Moderate
41. Moriah
4049 Strenuous
42. Passaconaway
4043 Strenuous
43. Owl’s Head
4025 Strenuous
44. Galehead
4024 Strenuous
45. Whiteface
4020 Strenuous
46. Waumbek
4006 Strenuous
47. Isolation
4003 Strenuous
48. Tecumseh
4003 Moderate

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