This is a list of the highest points of the Federal Subjects of the Russian Federation.

List

Above 1000 m

Highest point Russian name Elevation Federal subject Location
Elbrus Эльбрус 5,642 metres (18,510 ft)  Kabardino-Balkaria
 Karachay-Cherkessia
Lateral Range,
Eastern Caucasus
Klyuchevskaya Sopka Ключевская Сопка 4,754 metres (15,597 ft)  Kamchatka Krai Eastern Range (Kamchatka)
Belukha Белуха 4,506 metres (14,783 ft)  Altai Republic Altai Mountains
Tebulosmta Тебулосмта 4,493 metres (14,741 ft)  Chechnya Lateral Range,
Eastern Caucasus
Bazardüzü Базардюзю 4,466 metres (14,652 ft)  Dagestan Main Caucasian Range,
Greater Caucasus
Shani Шан 4,451 metres (14,603 ft)  Ingushetia Main Caucasian Range,
Greater Caucasus
Mongun-Taiga Монгун-Тайга 3,970 metres (13,020 ft)  Tuva Altai Mountains
Mönkh Saridag Мунку-Сардык 3,491 metres (11,453 ft)  Buryatia Eastern Sayan,
Sayan Mountains
Tsakhvoa Цахвоа 3,345 metres (10,974 ft)  Krasnodar Krai Western Caucasus
Chugush Чугуш 3,237 metres (10,620 ft)  Adygea Western Caucasus
BAM Peak Пик БАМ 3,072 metres (10,079 ft)  Zabaykalsky Krai Kodar Range,
Stanovoy Highlands
Peak Pobeda Пик Победа 3,003 metres (9,852 ft)  Yakutia Buordakh Massif,
Ulakhan-Chistay,
Chersky Range
Kyzlasov Peak Пик Кызласова 2,969 metres (9,741 ft)[1]  Khakassia Western Sayan,
Sayan Mountains
Pik Martena Пик Мартена 2,988 metres (9,803 ft)  Irkutsk Oblast Kodar Range,
Stanovoy Highlands[2][3][4]
Berill Берилл 2,934 metres (9,626 ft)  Khabarovsk Krai Suntar-Khayata Range
Grandiozny Peak Пик Грандиозный 2,891 metres (9,485 ft)  Krasnoyarsk Krai Kryzhin Range,
Eastern Sayan,
Sayan Mountains
Mayak Shangina Маяк Шангина 2,490 metres (8,170 ft)  Altai Krai Korgon Range,
Sayan Mountains
Alaid Алаид 2,339 metres (7,674 ft)  Sakhalin Oblast Atlasov Island,
Kurils
Unnamed 2,337 metres (7,667 ft)  Magadan Oblast Okhandya Range,
Chersky Range[5]
Gorod-Makit Город-Макит 2,298 metres (7,539 ft)  Amur Oblast Yam-Alin
Verkhny Zub Верхний Зуб 2,178 metres (7,146 ft)  Kemerovo Oblast Kuznetsk Alatau
Anik Аник 1,932 metres (6,339 ft)  Primorsky Krai Sikhote-Alin
Mount Narodnaya Народная 1,894 metres (6,214 ft)  Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
 Komi
Urals
Iskhodnaya Исходная 1,887 metres (6,191 ft)  Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Chantal Range,
Chukotka Mountains
Mount Karpinsky Гора Карпинского 1,878 metres (6,161 ft)  Komi Issledovatelsky Range,
Subpolar Urals
Yamantau Ямантау 1,640 metres (5,380 ft)  Bashkortostan Southern Urals
Unnamed 1,603 metres (5,259 ft)  Stavropol Krai Kabardian Range (south of Kislovodsk)[6][7]
Konzhakovskiy Kamen Конжаковский Камень 1,569 metres (5,148 ft)  Sverdlovsk Oblast Konzhakov-Serebryan Massif,
Northern Urals
Mount Kruzenshtern Гора Крузенштерна 1,547 metres (5,075 ft)  Arkhangelsk Oblast Northern Island,
Novaya Zemlya
Roman-Kosh Роман-Кош 1,545 metres (5,069 ft)  Crimea Crimean Mountains
Payer Пайер 1,472 metres (4,829 ft)  Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug Polar Urals
Tulymsky Kamen Тулымский Камень 1,469 metres (4,820 ft)  Perm Krai Northern Urals
Mount Studencheskaya Гора Студенческая 1,421 metres (4,662 ft)  Jewish Autonomous Oblast Bureya Range
Nurgush Нургуш 1,406 metres (4,613 ft)  Chelyabinsk Oblast Southern Urals
Yudychvumchorr Юдычвумчорр 1,201 metres (3,940 ft)  Murmansk Oblast Khibiny Mountains
Chuvash-Koi Чуваш-Кой 1,051 metres (3,448 ft)  Sevastopol Tarpan-Bair Mountains

Below 1000 m

Highest point Russian name Elevation Federal subject Location
Nakas Накас 667 metres (2,188 ft)  Orenburg Oblast Southern Urals
Nuorunen Нуорунен 576 metres (1,890 ft)  Karelia Maanselka
Pikhtovyy Greben' Пихтовый гребень 502 metres (1,647 ft)  Novosibirsk Oblast Salair Ridge
Morye-Iz Море-Из 423 metres (1,388 ft)  Nenets Autonomous Okrug Pai-Khoi Range
Nablyudatel Наблюдатель 381 metres (1,250 ft)  Samara Oblast Zhiguli Mountains,
Volga Upland
Unnamed 369 metres (1,211 ft)  Saratov Oblast Khvalynsk Mountains
Unnamed 363 metres (1,191 ft)  Ulyanovsk Oblast Volga Upland
Mount Serpokrylovskaya гора Серпокрыловская 358 metres (1,175 ft)  Volgograd Oblast Don-Medveditsa Ridge,
Volga Upland
Makushka Valdaya Макушка Валдая 346 metres (1,135 ft)  Tver Oblast Valdai Upland
Unnamed 342 metres (1,122 ft)  Penza Oblast Khvalynsk Mountains
Lipnitskaya Липницкая 339 metres (1,112 ft)  Pskov Oblast Bezhanitsy Upland
Unnamed 338 metres (1,109 ft)  Mordovia Volga Upland[8]
Krasnoyar Краснояр 337 metres (1,106 ft)  Kirov Oblast Upper Kama Upland
Unnamed 332 metres (1,089 ft)  Udmurtia Upper Kama Upland
Chatyr-Tau Чатыр-тау 321 metres (1,053 ft)  Tatarstan Bugulma-Belebey Upland
Unnamed 319 metres (1,047 ft)  Smolensk Oblast Smolensk-Moscow Upland
Zamri-Gora Замри-гора 310 metres (1,020 ft)  Moscow Oblast Moscow Upland,
Smolensk-Moscow Upland
Unnamed 306 metres (1,004 ft)  Rostov Oblast Salsk-Manych Ridge
Malgora Мальгора 304 metres (997 ft)  Vologda Oblast Vepsian Upland
Unnamed 299 metres (981 ft)  Novgorod Oblast Valdai Upland
Sondoba Холм Сондоба 293.3 metres (962 ft)  Kostroma Oblast Galich-Chukhloma Upland[9]
Unnamed 293.2 metres (962 ft)  Tula Oblast Near Raevo village,
Central Russian Upland
Gapselga Гапсельга 291 metres (955 ft)  Leningrad Oblast Vepsian Upland
Tarkhov Hill Тархов холм 292 metres (958 ft)  Yaroslavl Oblast Borisoglebsk Upland
Unnamed 288 metres (945 ft)  Bryansk Oblast On the right bank of the Desna,
Smolensk Upland
Unnamed 286 metres (938 ft)  Chuvashia Inconspicuous elevation near Yablonovka village[10]
Unnamed 285.9 metres (938 ft)  Oryol Oblast Near Dementievka village,
Central Russian Upland
Chuksha Чукша 278.8 metres (915 ft)  Mari El Vyatsky Uval
Unnamed 276.8 metres (908 ft)  Belgorod Oblast Inconspicuous elevation in Prokhorovsky District,
Central Russian Upland
Zaitseva Gora Зайцева Гора 275 metres (902 ft)  Kaluga Oblast Central Russian Upland
Unnamed 274.5 metres (901 ft)  Kursk Oblast Near Olkhovatka village,
Central Russian Upland
Unnamed 274.2 metres (900 ft)  Tomsk Oblast Slight elevation in the West Siberian Plain
Unnamed 271.4 metres (890 ft)  Vladimir Oblast Klinsk-Dmitrov Ridge,
Moscow Upland
Unnamed 268 metres (879 ft)  Voronezh Oblast Elevation at the Kursk Oblast border,
Central Russian Upland
Unnamed 260.6 metres (855 ft)  Lipetsk Oblast Smolensk-Moscow Upland
Teplostan Upland Теплостанская возвышенность 254.6 metres (835 ft)  Moscow On the right bank of the Moskva
Unnamed 252 metres (827 ft)  Nizhny Novgorod Oblast On the right bank of the Volga,
Volga Upland
Unnamed 242.1 metres (794 ft)  Kaliningrad Oblast Vishtynetsk Upland
Unnamed 236 metres (774 ft)  Ryazan Oblast Central Russian Upland
Shared Шаред 222 metres (728 ft)  Kalmykia Cholun-Khamur Ridge,
Yergeni
Unnamed 219.4 metres (720 ft)  Tambov Oblast High point of an undulation,
Oka–Don Lowland
Unnamed 212.7 metres (698 ft)  Ivanovo Oblast Near the border with Vladimir Oblast,
Moscow Upland
Unnamed 210.6 metres (691 ft)  Kurgan Oblast Slight elevation in the interfluve of the Uy and Miass rivers
Mount Orekhovaya Ореховая гора 175.9 metres (577 ft)  St. Petersburg Duderhof Heights
Unnamed 152.6 metres (501 ft)  Tyumen Oblast Hill in the southern part of the oblast
—excluding autonomous regions
Unnamed 150.4 metres (493 ft)  Omsk Oblast Near Nagornoye village
Bolshoye Bogdo Большое Богдо 149 metres (489 ft)  Astrakhan Oblast Long hill rising above Lake Baskunchak

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A newly-named peak. Formerly the HP of Khakassia was deemed to be 2931.8 m high Mount Karagosh
  2. ^ У самой высокой горы Иркутской области появилось название - пик Мартена
  3. ^ Other sources claim Pik Tofalariya in the Eastern Sayan as the highest point, but this isn't backed up by topographic maps.
  4. ^ Pik Tofalariya - Peak Visor
  5. ^ БЕЗЫМЯННАЯ ВЕРШИНА НА ХРЕБТЕ ОХАНДЯ СТАЛА САМОЙ ВЫСОКОЙ ТОЧКОЙ МАГАДАНСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ
  6. ^ "Обозначена высшая точка Ставропольского края". Archived from the original on 2021-12-22. Retrieved 30 December 2022.
  7. ^ Город-курорт Кисловодск (Кабардинский хребет)
  8. ^ Located near Kirzhemany village; some sources give a height of 324 metres (1,063 ft)
  9. ^ The HP of Kostrom Oblast is only 0.1 metres (0.33 ft) higher than the HP of Tula oblast.
  10. ^ Article in the Chuvash newspaper Vedomosti (2004)