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Ken Jones's Life List

Showing Ken Jones's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (24 out of 26, or 92.31%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Ojos del Salado22,61512,100Argentina/ChilePuna de Atacama2006-01-07
2.Volcán Chimborazo20,56113,524EcuadorEcuador Andes 
3.Mount McKinley20,32020,156USA-AKAlaska Range1994-06-14
4.Kilimanjaro19,34119,308TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania2005-08-02
5.Volcán Cayambe18,9966808EcuadorEcuador Andes2009-11-13
6.Damavand18,40615,312IranElburz2009-08-05
7.Volcán Popocatépetl17,7179909Mexico-Mex/Mor/PueCordillera Neovolcanica1993-11-09
8.Mount Stanley16,76212,963Congo DRC/UgandaEast Rift Valley Ranges2011-01-17
9.Mont Blanc15,78115,410France/ItalyWestern Alps2007-08-13
10.Mount Rainier14,41113,210USA-WACascade Range1982-05-31
11.Mount Williamson14,3731643USA-CASierra Nevada1975-12-30
12.North Palisade14,2422894USA-CASierra Nevada2006-08-02
13.Mount Shasta14,1629762USA-CACascade Range1987-07-04
14.Mount Humphreys13,9862563USA-CASierra Nevada1990-07-15
15.Mount Darwin13,8311871USA-CASierra Nevada1975-09-16
16.Gannett Peak13,8047076USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1992-08-04
17.Grand Teton13,7706530USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1999-08-05
18.Milestone Mountain13,638711USA-CASierra Nevada1976-08-26
19.Granite Peak12,7994759USA-MTGreater Yellowstone Rockies1991-07-30
20.Mount Jefferson10,4975777USA-ORCascade Range1981-08-02
21.Picacho del Diablo10,1546939Mexico-BCNBaja California2012-11-02
22.Bonanza Peak95113711USA-WACascade Range 
23.Mount Olympus79697838USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges1986-08-23
24.White Chuck Mountain69893789USA-WACascade Range2011-09-21
25.Rabbit Peak66401200USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1975-01-03 a
26.Jumbo Peak57613300USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005-04-23

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