USA - Highest Mountains by State Quiz 🏔

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In this quiz you have to assign the highest mountains (peaks) and elevations to each of the US states. 50 questions make this educational game very challenging.

Every state in the US has a highest point. This can be a mountain peak, but also a hill or a natural elevation. The country's highest mountains are in Alaska and the western part of the contiguous United States. Denali (Mount McKinley) is the highest mountain in the US and also in North America.

Some mountain names are more common in the United States. For example, there are countless "Granite Peaks" in the USA. But this quiz is about the highest mountains in each state. And so Granite Peak can clearly be assigned to the state of Montana.

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This quiz covers the following mountains, peaks and elevations:
Backbone Mountain, Black Elk Peak, Black Mesa, Black Mountain, Borah Peak, Boundary Peak, Brasstown Bald, Britton Hill, Campbell Hill, Charles Mound, Cheaha Mountain, Clingmans Dome, Denali (McKinley), Driskill Mountain, Eagle Mountain, Ebright Azimuth, Gannett Peak, Granite Peak, Guadalupe Peak, Hawkeye Point, High Point, Hoosier Hill, Humphreys Peak, Jerimoth Hill, Katahdin, Kings Peak, Magazine Mountain, Mauna Kea, Mt. Arvon, Mt. Davis, Mt. Elbert, Mt. Frissell, Mt. Greylock, Mt. Hood, Mt. Mansfield, Mt. Marcy, Mt. Mitchell, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Rogers, Mt. Sunflower, Mt. Washington, Mt. Whitney, Panorama Point, Sassafras Mountain, Spruce Knob, Taum Sauk Mt., Timms Hill, Wheeler Peak, White Butte and Woodall Mountain