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Showing Bob Bolton's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (39 out of 53, or 73.58%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
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 Prom-Ft
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Isol-MiStateCountyRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Rainier14,41113,210731.2WashingtonPierceCascade Range1967-07-09
2.Mount Baker10,7818878131.5WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range1984-06-10
3.Mount Adams12,276815645.8WashingtonYakimaCascade Range1977-10-09 b
4.Mount Olympus79697838108.0WashingtonJeffersonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2003-08-04
5.Glacier Peak10,560753856.0WashingtonSnohomishCascade Range1994-07-10
6.Mount Stuart9415535444.5WashingtonChelanCascade Range1990-09-02
7.Abercrombie Mountain7308518814.0WashingtonStevensColumbia Mountains2002-09-22
8.Round Mountain536048408.7WashingtonSkagitCascade Range2004-03-13
9.Mount Spickard8979481918.8WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range2011-09-03
10.Copper Butte7140478030.3WashingtonFerryColumbia Mountains2002-09-21 a
11.Mount Saint Helens8333461332.0WashingtonSkamaniaCascade Range1987-05-03
12.Three Fingers6850453012.8WashingtonSnohomishCascade Range2007-08-24
13.Mount Shuksan9131445110.4WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range1997-06-08
14.Remmel Mountain8685440516.8WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range2009-09-27
15.Jack Mountain9066421116.3WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
16.Moses Mountain6774417428.6WashingtonOkanoganColumbia MountainsUnknown
17.Mount Deception7788414821.7WashingtonJeffersonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2009-07-04
18.Mount Prophet768040805.1WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range2013-08-18
19.North Gardner Mountain8956403614.4WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range2000-07-15 a
20.Hozomeen Mountain806639656.8WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
21.Ruby Mountain740839284.3WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
22.Sloan Peak7835391511.1WashingtonSnohomishCascade Range2014-07-27
23.Huckleberry Mountain5825388525.4WashingtonStevensColumbia Mountains2006-07-08
24.Goode Mountain9240384817.0WashingtonChelanCascade Range 
25.White Chuck Mountain698938294.9WashingtonSnohomishCascade Range2009-07-19
26.Bonanza Peak9511375114.4WashingtonChelanCascade Range2004-07-15
27.Big Chiwaukum8081372110.4WashingtonChelanCascade Range 
28.Gilbert Peak8184370420.1WashingtonYakimaCascade Range1983-06-19
29.Calispell Peak6855365533.6WashingtonStevensColumbia Mountains2006-07-09
30.Gunn Peak6240365110.8WashingtonSnohomishCascade Range2009-07-18
31.South Twin704036006.9WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
32.Mount Bonaparte7257357726.7WashingtonOkanoganColumbia Mountains2004-10-09
33.Mount Daniel8000356013.4WashingtonKing/KittitasCascade Range1988-07-17
34.Mount Spokane5883351333.2WashingtonSpokaneColumbia Mountains2003-07-27
35.Black Peak897034905.2WashingtonChelan/SkagitCascade Range 
36.Lyman Hill432034807.2WashingtonSkagitCascade Range 
37.Dirtyface Peak628034004.8WashingtonChelanCascade Range2011-06-19
38.Aeneas Mountain516733675.1WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range2004-10-10 a
39.Mount Blum768033206.0WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
40.Mount Aix7766329620.6WashingtonYakimaCascade Range2004-06-20
41.Mount Lago8745326819.5WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range 
42.Castle Peak8306326615.1WashingtonOkanogan/WhatcomCascade Range 
43.Desolation Peak610232492.9WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range2010-06-12
44.Ellemeham Mountain465932155.8WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range2007-09-01
45.Big Gee512032005.7WashingtonSkagitCascade Range2011-07-02
46.High Rock568531656.1WashingtonLewisCascade Range2004-06-19
47.Dome Peak896031208.5WashingtonChelan/SkagitCascade Range1975-08-10
48.Big Craggy Peak8470311010.0WashingtonOkanoganCascade Range 
49.Luna Peak831131058.1WashingtonWhatcomCascade Range 
50.Mount Buckner911430744.1WashingtonChelan/SkagitCascade Range2003-07-12
51.Rogers Benchmark5775305514.1WashingtonStevensColumbia Mountains2007-06-16
52.Anderson Mountain336430445.5WashingtonSkagitCascade Range2007-03-24
53.Mount Index599130316.5WashingtonKingCascade Range 

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