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Aitkin County - Quadna Mountain (1,590+ feet)

Becker County - one area at Wolf Lake Lookout Tower (1,860+ feet)

Beltrami County - ten areas (1,510+ feet)

Benton County - one area (1,310+ feet)

Big Stone County - seven areas (1,200+ feet)

Carlton County - one area (1,450+ feet)

Cass County - one area at Spider Lake Lookout Tower (1,610+ feet)

Chisago County - one area (1,130+ feet)

Clay County - six areas (1,540+ feet)

Clearwater County - Height of Land Lookout Tower BM (2,005 feet)

Cook County - Eagle Mountain (2,301 feet and State Highpoint)

Crow Wing County - one area (1,490+ feet)

Douglas County - Bear Knob (1,624 feet)

Grant County - one area (1,400+ feet)

Hubbard County - two areas (1,840+ feet)

Isanti County - BM Barret (1,111 feet)

Itasca County - one area on Big Thunder Peak (1,752 feet)

Kanabec County - two areas (1,320+ feet)

Kittson County - two areas, one with 1,082 foot spot elevation (1,080+ feet)

Koochiching County - two areas (1,520+ feet)

Lake County - BM Isabella on Stony Tower Hill (2,080+ feet)

Lake of the Woods County - one area (1,315+ feet)

Mahnomen County - four areas (1,820+ feet)

Marshall County - two areas (1,235+ feet)

Mille Lacs County - two areas (1,370+ feet)

Morrison County - two areas (1,520+ feet)

Norman County - two areas at Frenchman's Bluff, one with 1,354 foot benchmark (1,350+ feet)

Otter Tail County - two areas (1,790+ feet)

Pennington County - 17 areas (1,185+ feet)

Pine County - one area (1,360+ feet)

Polk County - one area (1,570+ feet)

Pope County - six areas (1,460+ feet)

Red Lake County - one area (1,205+ feet)

Roseau County - two areas (1,270+ feet)

Saint Louis County - one area near Pike Mountain Lookout Tower (1,950+ feet)

Sherburne County - one area (1,110+ feet)

Stearns County - one area (1,460+ feet)

Stevens County - three areas (1,270+ feet)

Swift County - one area (1,300+ feet)

Todd County - two areas on Mount Nebo, one with 1,511 foot benchmark (1,510+ feet)

Traverse County - one area with BM Layden (1,200+ feet)

Wadena County - three areas (1,520+ feet)

Wilkin County - one area with 1,252 foot spot elevation (1,252+ feet)


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FAIR WARNING: These are "armchair mountaineer" articles, an offering for amusement, not action. Many of these peaks are potentially life threatening, or are on private property. Adequate mountaineer training and/or owner's permission are required if you choose to pursue this list. The authors cited on this page accept no responsibility for injury, or any liability related to these route descriptions.

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