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The Old AMC List of New England's 4,000 Footers

Here is the list of 4,000 foot mountains in New England as published by the AMC in 1992. It has been replaced by the current list, which has undergone numerous changes.

 

4,000 Footers in New Hampshire

MountainElevationElevation
(feet)(meters)
1.Washington62881917
2.Adams57741760
3.Jefferson57121741
4.Monroe53841641
5.Madison53671636
6.Lafayette52601603
7.Lincoln50891551
8.South Twin49021494
9.Carter Dome48321473
10.Moosilauke48021464
11.Eisenhower47611451
12.North Twin47611451
13.Bond46981432
14.Carrigain46801426
15.Middle Carter46101405
16.West Bond45401384
17.Garfield45001372
18.Liberty44591359
19.South Carter44301350
20.Wildcat44221348
21.Hancock44031342
22.South Kinsman43581328
23.Osceola43401323
24.Flume43281319
25.Field43261319
26.Pierce (Clinton)43101314
27.Willey43021311
28.North Kinsman42931309
29.South Hancock42741303
30.Bondcliff42651300
31.Zealand42601298
32.Cabot41701271
33.East Osceola41561267
34.North Tripyramid41401262
35.Middle Tripyramid41101253
36.Cannon41001250
37.Passaconaway40601237
38.Hale40541236
39.Jackson40521235
40.Moriah40491234
41.Tom40471234
42.Wildcat E.40411232
43.Owl's Head40251227
44.Galehead40241227
45.Whiteface40101222
46.Waumbek40061221
47.Isolation40051221
48.Tecumseh40031220

 

4,000 Footers in Maine

MountainElevationElevation
(feet)(meters)
1.Katahdin, Baxter Peak52671605
2.Katahdin, Hamlin Peak47511448
3.Sugarloaf42501295
4.Old Speck41801274
5.Crocker41681270
6.Bigelow, West Peak41501265
7.North Brother41431263
8.Saddleback41161255
9.Bigelow, Avery Peak40881246
10.Abraham40491234
11.Saddleback, the Horn40231226
12.South Crocker40101222



4,000 Footers in Vermont

MountainElevationElevation
(feet)(meters)
1.Mansfield43931339
2.Killington42351291
3.Camel's Hump              40831244
4.Ellen40831244
5.Abraham40061221

Criteria for mountains on the official list are: (1) each peak must be 4000 ft. high,and (2) must rise 200 ft. above the low point of its connecting ridge with a higher neighbor.


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Document last modified on Friday, 19-Jan-2007 07:26:28 MST.