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The Rocky Mountains have higher peaks than the Laurentian Mountains, with its highest mountain, Mount Elbert, measuring about 4,401 metres (14,440 ft.), dwarfing Mount Raoul Blanchard, the Laurentian Mountains' highest peak, which measures about 1,166 metres (3,830 ft.).

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