|Highest point||Eagle Mountain|
|- elevation||2,301 ft (701 m)|
|Geology||Duluth Complex (Granophyre)|
|Period||Stenian, Proterozoic era|
The Misquah Hills are a range of large hills or small mountains in northeastern Minnesota, in the United States. They are located in or near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness within Superior National Forest. They contain Eagle Mountain, the highest point in Minnesota at 2301 feet (701 meters).