All Fifty



  • Discover the adventure and follow my 20-year journey from North Carolina’s Mount Mitchell, to the top of Denali Alaska, and across the Great Plains as I reach all 50.


From the Appalachian Mountains of the east to the Rocky Mountains of the west, each U.S. state has one geographical point rising above the rest. Rugged mountains such as Montana’s Granite Peak and Washington’s Rainier clearly make the list, yet this collection of 50 highpoints also includes unfamiliar hills and gentle landmarks often located in obscure parts of the country.