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Four-thousand footers

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  1. refers to a group of mountains in New England of interest in the sport of "peak-bagging"

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  2. A committee of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) served as a focus for settling on the criteria and collecting the information that verifies the peaks as meeting them

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  3. a term from mountaineering

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  4. Each peak is at least four thousand feet above sea level, and also meets a more technical criterion of topographic prominence

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  5. Most often, the term "four-thousand footers" refers to the White Mountains Four-Thousand-Footers List established (and revised from time to time) by the Appalachian Mountain Club

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