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Showing Bob Bolton's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (24 out of 46, or 52.17%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
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Isol-MiStateCountyRange (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.Mount Whitney14,49510,0851646.3CaliforniaInyo/TulareMount Whitney Group1965-09-05
2.Mount Shasta14,1629782334.7CaliforniaSiskiyouMount Shasta Area2004-07-03
3.San Jacinto Peak10,839835920.3CaliforniaRiversideSan Jacinto Mountains2002-04-30
4.San Gorgonio Mountain11,4998294162.5CaliforniaSan BernardinoSan Bernardino Mountains2005-05-29
5.White Mountain Peak14,246719667.5CaliforniaMonoWhite Mountains2006-09-09
6.Mount San Antonio10,064626442.5CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains2005-05-27
7.Telescope Peak11,048620857.2CaliforniaInyoPanamint Range2006-09-08
8.Lassen Peak10,457522971.4CaliforniaShastaLassen Peak Area2004-07-05
9.Mount Eddy9025514514.6CaliforniaSiskiyou/TrinityTrinity Mountains2004-07-04
10.South Yolla Bolly Mountain8094489461.5CaliforniaTehamaYolla Bolly Area2009-09-03
11.Mount Pinos8831480082.9CaliforniaVenturaSan Emigdio Mountains2007-04-10
12.Junipero Serra Peak58624447131.8CaliforniaMontereySanta Lucia Range2008-04-26
13.Santiago Peak5687440733.6CaliforniaOrange/RiversideSanta Ana Mountains2006-10-19
14.Eagle Peak9892437287.4CaliforniaModocWarner Mountains2009-09-04
15.Clark Mountain7940433129.1CaliforniaSan BernardinoClark Range-Ivanpah Mountains2013-05-08
16.Mount Patterson11,673419318.5CaliforniaMonoPine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges2009-09-05
17.Toro Peak8716403620.7CaliforniaRiversideSan Jacinto Mountains2013-05-09
18.Tin Mountain8953403328.1CaliforniaInyoPanamint Range2013-05-06
19.Mount Ritter13,143402322.0CaliforniaMaderaRitter Range-East Yosemite 
20.Waucoba Mountain11,123396320.0CaliforniaInyoInyo Mountains 
21.Thompson Peak8994395437.0CaliforniaTrinitySalmon Mountains 
22.Double Mountain7981386128.8CaliforniaKernTehachapi Mountains2015-02-19
23.Kingston Peak7336376021.9CaliforniaSan BernardinoKingston Range 
24.Pyramid Peak6703374324.0CaliforniaInyoAmaragosa Range 
25.Maturango Peak8839367921.6CaliforniaInyoCoso-Argus Ranges 
26.Dry Mountain867436348.0CaliforniaInyoPanamint Range 
27.Nopah Range High Point6394360517.8CaliforniaInyoSoutheast Death Valley Ranges 
28.Piute Peak8480356025.1CaliforniaKernPiute Mountains 
29.San Benito Mountain5241350143.2CaliforniaSan BenitoDiablo Range 
30.Loma Prieta3786343618.9CaliforniaSanta ClaraSanta Cruz Mountains 
31.Granite Mountain4364338019.2CaliforniaRiversideSoutheast Mojave Ranges 
32.New York Mountains High Point7533336723.7CaliforniaSan BernardinoNew York Mountains 
33.Breckenridge Mountain7600336011.0CaliforniaKernPiute Mountains 
34.Funeral Peak6384334419.7CaliforniaInyoAmaragosa Range 
35.Avawatz Peak6155331526.7CaliforniaSan BernardinoNorthwest Mojave Ranges 
36.Ord Mountain6309326922.8CaliforniaSan BernardinoSouthern Mojave Ranges2015-02-18
37.Cobb Mountain4760324025.9CaliforniaLakeMayacmas Mountains 
37.Glass Mountain11,200324016.2CaliforniaMonoMono-Benton-Excelsior Area 
39.Hines Peak671632367.2CaliforniaVenturaVentura Ranges2013-05-10
40.Goosenest8280320013.9CaliforniaSiskiyouMount Shasta Area 
41.Bully Choop Mountain6975317020.7CaliforniaTrinityTrinity-Hayfork Area 
42.Copernicus Peak4400316065.2CaliforniaSanta ClaraDiablo Range2015-02-20
43.Freel Peak10,881314623.0CaliforniaAlpine/El DoradoCarson Range2009-09-10
44.Mount Diablo3849312932.8CaliforniaContra CostaDiablo Range2007-04-13
45.Olancha Peak12,123312314.8CaliforniaInyo/TulareSouth Sierra Crest 
46.Keynot Peak11,101309617.1CaliforniaInyoInyo Mountains 

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