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Showing Tim Lockling's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (16 out of 24, or 66.67%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Massive-Northwest Peak14,320240Southern Rocky Mountains 
2.Mount Sherman14,036850Southern Rocky Mountains 
3.Redcloud Peak14,0341436Southern Rocky Mountains 
4.Twining Peak13,7111231Southern Rocky Mountains2014-07-05
5.Middle Teton12,8041124Greater Yellowstone Rockies1986-08-18
6.Silver Run Peak-East Peak12,500140Greater Yellowstone Rockies 
7.Tempest Mountain12,469909Greater Yellowstone Rockies 
8.Elk Mountain12,256256Greater Yellowstone Rockies 
9.Fortress Peak12,0851643Greater Yellowstone Rockies1989
10.Lonesome Mountain11,3991039Greater Yellowstone Rockies 
11.Static Peak11,303343Greater Yellowstone Rockies1986
12.North Silver Run Plateau11,184264Greater Yellowstone Rockies 
13.Breccia Peak11,010210Greater Yellowstone Rockies2002
14.Electric Peak10,9693389Greater Yellowstone Rockies1986-08-20 a
15.Mount Langford10,7781058Greater Yellowstone Rockies1988
16.Jackson Peak10,741981Greater Yellowstone Rockies1992-08-02
17.Mount Doane10,656976Greater Yellowstone Rockies1988
18.Lava Mountain10,4520Greater Yellowstone Rockies1992
19.Mount Holmes10,3311211Greater Yellowstone Rockies1998-09-03
20.Mount Sheridan10,3082308Greater Yellowstone Rockies1989
21.Hyalite Peak10,298658Greater Yellowstone Rockies1990
22.Ramshorn Peak10,2961216Greater Yellowstone Rockies1990-07-15
23.Mount Blackmore10,154514Greater Yellowstone Rockies1990
24.Mount Ellis83311371Greater Yellowstone Rockies1988

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