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Highest Peaks of European Countries

The goal of the project is to visit the highest natural elevation of each sovereign state on the continent of Europe. Most of them are mountains or hills, but some are simply elevations that are not distinguishable as geographical features.

Assumptions behind the list

Climbing progress

Rank Country Peak Elevation Climbed
1 France Mont Blanc 4 809 m  
2 Italy Monte Bianco di Courmayeur 4 748 m  
3 Switzerland Dufourspitze 4 634 m  
4 Austria Grossglockner 3 798 m  
5 Spain Mulhacen 3 479 m  
6 Germany Zugspitze 2 962 m ✔️
7 Andorra Coma Pedrosa 2 942 m  
8 Bulgaria Musala 2 925 m ✔️
9 Greece Mytikas 2 919 m  
10 Slovenia Triglav 2 864 m  
11 Albania Korab 2 764 m  
- North Macedonia Korab 2 764 m  
13 Kosovo Djeravica 2 656 m  
14 Slovakia Gerlach 2 655 m  
15 Liechtenstein Grauspitz 2 599 m  
16 Romania Moldoveanu 2 544 m ✔️
17 Montenegro Zla Kolata 2 534 m ✔️
18 Poland Rysy 2 499 m  
19 Norway Galdhopiggen 2 469 m ✔️
20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Maglic 2 386 m  
21 Portugal Pico 2 351 m  
22 Serbia Midzur 2 169 m  
23 Iceland Hvannadalshnukur 2 110 m  
24 Sweden Kebnekaise 2 104 m  
25 Ukraine Hoverla 2 061 m  
26 Russia Mount Narodnaya 1 895 m  
27 Croatia Vrh Dinare 1 831 m  
28 Czech Republic Snezka 1 603 m ✔️
29 United Kingdom Ben Nevis 1 344 m  
30 Finland Halti 1 324 m  
31 Ireland Carrantuohill 1 041 m ✔️
32 Turkey Mahya Dagi 1 031 m  
33 Hungary Kekes 1 014 m  
34 Denmark Slaettaratindur 882 m  
35 San Marino Monte Titano 749 m ✔️
36 Belgium Signal de Botrange 694 m ✔️
37 Luksemburg Kneiff 560 m  
38 Kazakhstan Unnamed peak 509 m  
39 Moldova Balanesti 430 m  
40 Belarus Dzyarzhynskaya Hara 345 m  
41 The Netherlands Vaalsenberg 321 m ✔️
42 Estonia Suur Munamagi 318 m  
43 Latvia Gaizinkalns 312 m ✔️
44 Lithuania Aukstojas Hill 294 m ✔️
45 Malta Ta’ Dmejrek 253 m  
46 Monaco Chemin des Revoires 163 m  
47 Vatican Vatican Hill 75 m