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This article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks of greater North America. The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three principal ways: 1. * The topographic elevation of a summit measures the height of the summit above a geodetic sea level. The below ranks the 100 highest major summits of greater North America by elevation. 2. * The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings. The below ranks the 50 most prominent summits of greater North America. 3. * The topographic isolation (or radius of dominance) of a summit measures how far the summit lies from its nearest point of equal elevation. The below ranks the 50 most isolated major summits of greater North America.

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  • This article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks of greater North America. The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three principal ways: 1. * The topographic elevation of a summit measures the height of the summit above a geodetic sea level. The below ranks the 100 highest major summits of greater North America by elevation. 2. * The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings. The below ranks the 50 most prominent summits of greater North America. 3. * The topographic isolation (or radius of dominance) of a summit measures how far the summit lies from its nearest point of equal elevation. The below ranks the 50 most isolated major summits of greater North America.
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  • This article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks of greater North America. The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three principal ways: 1. * The topographic elevation of a summit measures the height of the summit above a geodetic sea level. The below ranks the 100 highest major summits of greater North America by elevation. 2. * The topographic prominence of a summit is a measure of how high the summit rises above its surroundings. The below ranks the 50 most prominent summits of greater North America. 3. * The topographic isolation (or radius of dominance) of a summit measures how far the summit lies from its nearest point of equal elevation. The below ranks the 50 most isolated major summits of greater North America.
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