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Mountains around the world

MountainCountryMountain RangeMisc
Mt. Everest Bet Nepal & Tibet Himalaya Named after Sir George Everest, Welsh surveyor
K2 (Godwin Austen) Pakistan/China Karakoram K - Karakoram, 2nd mount measured
Kanchenjunga India-Nepal Himalaya 5 peaks
Mt. McKinley Alaska, US Alaska Range Highest in N America
Aconcagua Argentina Andes Highest in Western Hemisphere
Ismoili Somoni Peak Tajikistan Pamir Stalin Peak, Communism Peak, Highest in USSR
Mt. Logan Canada (blank) (blank)
Mt. Kilimanjaro Tanzania (blank) (blank)
Mt. Popocatepetl Mexico (blank) Mt. Popo, "Smoking Mountain", 1994 explosion
Mt. Ranier Washington (blank) (blank)
Mt. Whitney California Sierra Nevadas Highest point in contiguous U.S.
Pike's Peak Colorado Rockies National Historic Landmark
Lookout Mountain Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee Appalachians 7 states can be seen
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