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Custom Minted Mountaineering Coins
In addition to the mountaineering coins and benchmark replicas offered here in our store, we have the ability to design and mint custom versions of these items for individuals and groups. We also make custom hiking medallions that can be nailed to wooden hiking sticks, and have produced a full line of these for the Boy Scouts of America®. Please see our gallery of hiking medallions here.

Mt. Adams

Standing at 12,276 feet, this mighty volcano is Washington State's second highest peak.

Mt. Baker

At 10,778 feet, Mount Baker is the highest point in the Northern Cascade Range and Washington State's third highest peak.

Half Dome

Rising 8,842 feet above Yosemite Valley, this enormous crescent-shaped mass of granite is a favorite among avid climbers.

Mt. Hood

Mount Hood's majestic summit stands at 11,237 feet, making this daunting volcano the highest mountain in Oregon.

Mt. McKinley

Known locally and among climbers as "Denali," this massive edifice of ice is North America's highest peak at 20,320 feet.

Mt. Olympus

Dominating Washington State's Olympic Range at 7,969 feet, Mount Olympus is the centerpiece of scenic Olympic National Park.

Mt. Rainier

Towering over the surrounding landscape at 14,411 feet, Mount Rainier is the tallest peak in Washington State.

Mt. Shasta

Standing at 14,179 feet, Mount Shasta contains California's only true glaciers and is one of the state's most prominent peaks.

Mt. St. Helens

World-famous for its eruption in 1980, Mount Saint Helens' distinctive dome stands at 8,364 feet.

Mt. Whitney

Gurarding the eastern edge of Sequoia National Park in California, Mount Whitney is the highest peak in the contiguous United States at 14,496 feet.

Pikes Peak

Dubbed "America's Mountain," Pikes Peak, which stands at 14,110 feet, dominates the eastern edge of the Colorado Rockies.


Engrave the date and place of any climbing achievement on these universal mountaineering coins and benchmarks.

Humphreys Peak

Standing at 12,633 feet, Humphreys Peak is the highest point in Arizona and is just north of Flagstaff, Arizona, where it dominates the skyline.

Boundary Peak

At 13,140 feet, Boundary Peak is the highest summit in Nevada, named because of its proximity to the California Border.


Engravable reverses allow all of our climber coins to be personalized.