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  1. Four-thousand footers - Wikipedia

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    Four-thousand footers (sometimes abbreviated 4ks) are a group of forty-eight mountains in New Hampshire at least 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above sea level.To qualify for inclusion a peak must also meet the more technical criterion of topographic prominence important in the mountaineering sport of peak-bagging.

  2. Talk:Four-thousand footers - Wikipedia

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    Yes. As far as the 48 NH/WM go, the list of peaks is maintained according to standards and rules adopted by the AMC Four Thousand Footer Club (FTFC) in 1957. Lupinelawyer 19:41, 9 November 2006 (UTC) The issue is discussed, briefly, in the "Prominences" section of this article.

  3. Four thousand footers : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In mountaineering, the four-thousand footers (or "4ks") refers to a group of mountains in New England of interest in the sport of "peak-bagging". Each peak is at least 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) above sea level, and also meets a more technical criterion of topographic prominence.

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    Four-thousand footers. 110 likes. Four-thousand footers is a term referring to a group of forty-eight mountains in New Hampshire at least 4,000 feet...

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    The term Four-Thousand Footers (or "4ks") refers to a group of forty-eight mountains in New Hampshire at least 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) above sea level.To qualify a peak must also meet a more technical criterion of topographic prominence important in the mountaineering sport of "peak-bagging".

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  7. Wildcat Mountain (New Hampshire) - Wikipedia

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    Wildcat Mountain is a mountain located in Coos County, northern New Hampshire, United States. The mountain is part of the Carter-Moriah Range of the White Mountains, on the east side of Pinkham Notch. Wildcat Mountain faces Carter Dome across Carter Notch to the northeast, and Mount Washington across Pinkham Notch to the west.

  8. Four-thousander - Wikipedia

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    A four-thousander is a mountain summit that is at least 4,000 metres above sea level.Because the highest peaks in Europe fall into this category, the summits of four-thousanders are popular in Europe with climbers and mountaineers as climbing goals.

  9. Mount Flume - Wikipedia

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    Mount Flume is a peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, in the United States.The mountain overlooks Franconia Notch.It is 4,328 feet (1,319 m) tall and is accessible from the north by the Franconia Ridge Trail, from the southeast by the Osseo Trail, and from the west by the Flume Slide Trail to the Franconia Ridge Trail.

  10. Mount Moosilauke - Wikipedia

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    Mount Moosilauke is a 4,802-foot-high (1,464 m) mountain at the southwestern end of the White Mountains in the town of Benton, New Hampshire, United States. It is the tenth highest and most southwesterly of the 4,000 foot summits in the White Mountains.