At 20,320 feet, Mount Denali is the tallest mountain in the United States, as well as all of North America. Here is a list of the tallest mountains in the country. All figures come from the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
Mount Denali - 20, 320 ft
Formerly known as Mount McKinley, Mount Denali is the highest peak in the United States with a summit elevation of 20,320 feet above sea level. Denali is located in Alaska and is the main center of attraction in the Denali National Park and Preserve. Mount Denali is the third most desolate and prominent peak after the Everest and Aconcagua mountains.
Mount Saint Elias - 18,008 ft
Mount Saint lias is the second-tallest mountain in North America. It is found within close proximity to Mount Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada. The mountain is found in Wrangell-St. Elias National park and Preserve. Prince Luigi Amedeo of Italy led the first recorded expedition of the mountain in 1897.
Mount Foraker - 17,400 ft
Mount Foraker is the third-highest peak in the United States. It is nearby Mount Denali. The first recorded climb of Mount Foraker did not take place until 1934. The first solo climb of the mountain was not recorded until 2016.
Mount Bona - 16,500 ft
Mount Bona is also found in Alaska. in the Saint Elias Mountains. It is the country's fourth-tallest peak. Mount Bona, however, is unique because it is a volcano. It is the fourth-tallest volcano in North America, and the tallest volcano in the United States.
Mount Blackburn - 16,390 ft
Another Alaskan mountain, Mount Blackburn is the fifth-highest mountain peak in the USA. Like Mount Bono, it is also a volcano. It is also located within the country's largest national park, St. Elias. The large mountain is mostly ice-covered.