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Showing Michael Borror's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (7 out of 54, or 12.96%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
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Ascent Date
1.Rattlesnake Mountain352026001993-04-04
2.McClellan Butte516214821995-01-20
3.Tiger Mountain300416641996-04-04
4.Snoqualmie Mountain627810381996-05-10
5.Granite Mountain562911891996-06-22
6.Cougar Mountain162011601996-10-05
7.Sky Mountain548211222000-01-15
 Bandera Mountain52411001 
 Baring Mountain61252485 
 Beckler Peak5062102 
 Bessemer Mountain51661486 
 Big Muffin46401000 
 Big Snow Mountain66801400 
 Burnt Boot Peak65601040 
 Camp Robber Peak62861206 
 Cascade Mountain55911031 
 Chimney Rock77272767 
 Deep Devil25201000 
 Dip Top Peak72911011 
 Eagle Rock56151375 
 Galleon Mountain52831123 
 Goat Mountain55801060 
 Kaleetan Peak62591899 
 Kelly Butte54401320 
 Lemah Mountain75201000 
 Lennox Mountain58942094 
 Little Mountain29721252 
 Malachite Peak62611301 
 McDonald Mountain35702210 
 Meadow Mountain54801920 
 Mile High53201160 
 Mount Daniel80003560 
 Mount Defiance55841464 
 Mount Fernow61901550 
 Mount Hinman74921292 
 Mount Index59913031 
 Mount Phelps55351135 
 Mount Price55871507 
 Mount Thomson65541554 
 Paranoia Peak51121912 
 Peak 456046001320 
 Peak 475947591079 
 Pinnacle Peak18011001 
 Red Mountain55761536 
 Revolution Peak54541214 
 Sawmill Ridge52071047 
 Silver Eagle Peak62591019 
 Silver Peak56052165 
 Snowshoe Butte51351535 
 Squak Mountain20241694 
 Summit Chief Mountain74641364 
 Taylor Mountain26201140 
 Treen Peak57631603 
 Twin Peaks53251165 

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