List "State Four: HP, Ranked HP, Prom., Ranked Isolated" By bdloftin Notes: This list combines four key points in each state... The high point (HP), the highest ranked point (R HP), the most prominent point (P), and most isolated ranked point (R I), all in one list together. In states which have no ranked summits, only the high point and most prominent point are listed.
A more challenging list for state peak baggers! The high points of some states are relatively boring and unranked. Nevada's high point is the unranked shoulder of Montgomery Peak in California. Several are unremarkable, hardly distinguishable points on or near state lines, such as CT, KS, MD, NE, OH, and OK. Many others are unranked, when those states do have ranked summits, and relatively prominent summits. That's why I think the highest ranked summit in each state is useful, as well as the most prominent summit. I added the most isolated summit as well for good measure. (sometimes it is the high point, other times the most prominent, other times a random summit super far away from others, such as in TX).
One summit encompassing all four aspects: AK, AL, AR, CA, CO, HI, ID, ME, MN, NC, NH, NJ, OH, SD, TN, UT, WA, and WV.
All four separate summits: NE and OK.