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Ascent List for Don Raether - 1973

A Log of Peaks, Hikes, Climbs, and Attempts

List is for the year 1973 only - Click "All" below to see all ascents.

This page shows all of Don Raether's mountain trips that have been entered on this site. Its focus is on the individual climbs, not the peaks themselves, and provides information about the ascent route, elevation gain, distance, route conditions, and gear used for each trip.

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Peak NameAscent Date
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Elev-FtLocationRouteGain-FtMiRoute IconsGear IconsQltyTR
Sierra Point19735050USA-CA       
Lily Rock19738000USA-CAAngels Fright  
   
Lily Rock19738000USA-CAFinger Tip Traverse      
Santiago Peak1973-02-045687USA-CA 3887 
   
Mount Rainier1973-07-0614,411USA-WADisappointment Clever8911 
 TR
Mount Rainier-Southeast Crater Rim1973-07-0614,200USA-WA       
Suicide Rock1973-07-217528USA-CADeer Springs Trail19286.0
   
Red Tahquitz1973-09-018720USA-CANorth Slopes.2220 
  TR
San Jacinto Peak1973-09-0210,839USA-CATrail4399 
 5 
Johnson Peak1973-09-1011,040USA-CAN. Ridge1553 
 4 
Unicorn Peak1973-09-11 a10,823USA-CASouth Ridge1336 
 7 
Cockscomb1973-09-11 b11,065USA-CAW. Face1578 
8 
Ryan Mountain1973-10-205457USA-CATrail1067 
 4 

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