Name a Valid U.S. State - Mountains and Highest Points

Name any of the U.S. states that belong in each selected category.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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Last updated: April 4, 2020
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that touches the Rocky Mountains
Colorado | Idaho | Montana | New Mexico | Utah | Wyoming
that touches the Cascades
California | Oregon | Washington
that has a national park named after a mountain range
Alaska | Colorado | North Carolina | Tennessee | Texas | Washington
that has a national park named after an individual mountain
Alaska | California | Hawaii | Washington | Wyoming
that has between one and five mountains higher than 10,000 feet
Arizona | Hawaii | Oregon | Washington
that is east of the Mississippi River and whose highest point is over 6,000 feet
New Hampshire | North Carolina | Tennessee
that has at least four mountains higher than 5,000 meters
that touches the Mississippi River and whose highest point is over 2,000 feet but not in the Appalachians
Arkansas | Minnesota
that is landlocked, has a highest point over 10,000 feet, and has a lowest point under 1,000 feet
Arizona | Idaho | Nevada
whose highest point is less than a mile from a border with another state
Connecticut | Delaware | Florida | Illinois | Kansas | Kentucky | Maryland | Nebraska | Nevada | Oklahoma | Rhode Island | South Carolina | Tennessee
whose highest point is higher than 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) but lower than 4,267 meters (14,000 feet)
Hawaii | Nevada | New Mexico | Utah | Wyoming
with at least one peak over 14,000 feet visible at ground level from an urban area with 1,000,000 or more people
Colorado | Oregon | Washington
whose highest point is less than 1,000 feet, other than Florida
Delaware | Louisiana | Mississippi | Rhode Island
that has a volcano higher than 14,000 feet
Alaska | California | Washington
that is in the northeastern U.S. and whose highest point is over 5,000 feet, other than New Hampshire
Maine | New York
that touches the Atlantic Ocean (not counting the Gulf of Mexico) but whose highest point is not in the Appalachians
Delaware | Florida | Rhode Island
whose highest point has ever been named after a U.S. president
Alaska | New Hampshire
that is in the Midwest and whose highest point is over 6,000 feet
South Dakota
that is in the West and whose highest point is less than 12,000 feet
that has paved roads higher than 12,000 feet
Level 89
Apr 4, 2020
California also has more than 10 mountains higher than 14,000 feet.
Level 95
Apr 4, 2020
I used the list of California fourteeners with more than 500 meters of topographic prominence, but you are correct according to the list of fourteeners with at least 300 feet of topographic prominence. However, I have decided to change the question rather than add a caveat or add California as an answer.
Level 89
Apr 5, 2020
Yeah that would be an extremely obscure caveat to add. I've climbed several of CA's 14ers and it's on my bucket list to climb all of them so it's an issue somewhat close to my heart. Thanks for changing the question.