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Peak List for Sarah Martin

Distinct Summits Climbed

This list shows the peaks climbed by Sarah Martin, with one entry for every summit attained, by whatever means. Attempts and simple hikes are not shown. Only the first ascent date is listed for peaks climbed more than once. Sortable columns of information about each peak are also provided, including elevation, location, prominence, isolation, and high point status.

The "Pol HP" column shows a triangle for country, state/province, and county/etc. high points. The "Range HP" column shows 6 range highpoints based on the Peakbagger Mountain Range Classification Scheme. The "Isl HP" column shows island/landmass high points.

The "Pers Iso" column shows the distance of a peak to the nearest higher peak also climbed. Sorting by this column will highlight the geographical diversity of the list, with peaks furthest from other higher climbed peaks showing up at the top.

Peak NameAscent Date Elev-Ft Location Prom-Ft   Isol-Mi  Pol HPRange HPIsl HP Pers Isol-Mi 
Humphreys PeakUnknown12,633USA-AZ6039245.85.ΔΔ...ΔΔΔ.Undefined
Mount GrahamUnknown10,720USA-AZ632082.38..Δ...ΔΔΔ.85.1
Hualapai PeakUnknown8417USA-AZ443995.22..Δ...ΔΔ..126.71
Mount WrightsonUnknown9453USA-AZ457838.83..Δ....ΔΔ.89.95
Mount UnionUnknown7979USA-AZ293954.4..Δ....ΔΔ.76.4
Black Mesa High Point1997-05-258168USA-AZ180841.03..Δ....Δ..119.94
Harquahala MountainUnknown5681USA-AZ346142.88..Δ....Δ..68.14
Chiricahua PeakUnknown9759USA-AZ513964.19..Δ....Δ..68.17
Mount BaldyUnknown11,403USA-AZ4723154..Δ....Δ..156.1
Signal PeakUnknown4877USA-AZ347751.75..Δ....Δ..52.65
Mount LemmonUnknown9157USA-AZ515751.48..Δ.....Δ.51.74
Myrtle PointUnknown7920USA-AZ6567.69..Δ.......71.61
Greenlee County High PointUnknown9441USA-AZ136119.04..Δ.......24.92
Rice Peak-North RidgeUnknown7280USA-AZ00..Δ.......5.39
Browns Peak19927657USA-AZ329725.56..Δ.......49

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