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Montana P3Ks

Showing Bob Bolton's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (18 out of 56, or 32.14%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Isol-MiStateCountyRange (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.Granite Peak12,799475986.0MontanaParkBeartooth Mountains2002-09-01
2.Mount Wood12,66028607.5MontanaStillwaterBeartooth Mountains 
3.Hilgard Peak11,316406376.4MontanaMadisonMadison Range2012-07-18
4.Crazy Peak11,209570944.6MontanaSweet GrassCrazy Mountains2006-09-02
5.Tweedy Mountain11,154379475.0MontanaBeaverheadPioneer Mountains 
6.Gallatin Peak11,01531977.5MontanaMadisonMadison Range 
7.Electric Peak10,969338930.1MontanaParkGallatin Range 
8.Garfield Mountain10,961328115.2MontanaBeaverheadBeaverhead Mountains 
9.West Goat Peak10,793395339.1MontanaDeer LodgeAnaconda Range 
10.Homer Youngs Peak10,621318135.5MontanaBeaverheadBeaverhead Mountains 
11.South Sheep Mountain10,606366611.1MontanaMadisonLionshead-Henrys Lake Ranges 
12.Hollowtop Mountain10,604388434.0MontanaMadisonTobacco Root Mountains 
13.Sunset Peak10,581374131.2MontanaMadisonSnowcrest Range 
14.Black Butte10,542318213.2MontanaMadisonGravelly Range 
15.Mount Cleveland10,466522699.4MontanaGlacierLewis Range2008-08-17
16.Table Mountain10,223442219.3MontanaMadison/Silver BowHighland Mountains2009-07-28
17.Mount Jefferson10,203336311.2Idaho/MontanaFremont/BeaverheadCentennial Mountains 
18.Mount Powell10,168372819.0MontanaPowellFlint Creek Range 
19.Trapper Peak10,157357040.8MontanaRavalliCentral Bitteroot Range2013-08-12
20.Mount Stimson10,142438230.0MontanaFlatheadLewis Range2008-08-12
21.Kintla Peak10,101440114.8MontanaFlatheadLivingston Range2010-08-18
22.Mount Jackson10,05234067.9MontanaFlathead/GlacierLewis Range 
23.Mount Siyeh10,01431069.5MontanaGlacierLewis Range 
24.Mount Merritt10,00429044.7MontanaGlacierLewis Range 
25.Rainbow Peak989136365.6MontanaFlatheadLivingston Range 
26.McDonald Peak9820564079.4MontanaLakeMission Range2006-07-02
27.Sacagawea Peak9650393029.1MontanaGallatinBridger Range 
28.Saint Joseph Peak9587338741.4MontanaRavalliCentral Bitteroot Range 
29.Rising Wolf Mountain951328739.0MontanaGlacierLewis Range 
30.Mount Phillips949430144.7MontanaFlatheadLewis Range 
31.Mount Edith9480408037.0MontanaBroadwater/MeagherBig Belt Mountains2009-07-27
32.Crow Peak9414380532.9MontanaJeffersonElkhorn Mountains 
33.Red Mountain9411380152.4MontanaLewis and ClarkFlathead Range 
34.Rocky Mountain9392323248.1MontanaTetonRocky Mountain Front 
35.Holland Peak9356399619.0MontanaMissoulaSwan Range2013-08-14
36.Scapegoat Mountain9202304214.0MontanaLewis and ClarkFlathead Range 
37.Big Baldy Mountain9177355745.8MontanaJudith BasinLittle Belt Mountains 
38.Heavens Peak898730676.6MontanaFlatheadLivingston Range 
39.Big Pryor Mountain8786428625.9MontanaCarbonPryor Mountains2011-08-28
40.Snowshoe Peak8738541882.9MontanaLincoln/SandersCabinet Mountains2007-08-06
41.Greathouse Peak8681406155.9MontanaFergusBig Snowy Mountains2011-08-27
42.McLeod Peak8620374013.6MontanaMissoulaRattlesnake Mountains 
43.Nasukoin Mountain8086304618.6MontanaFlatheadWhitefish-MacDonald Range 
44.Ch-paa-qn Peak7996399619.3MontanaMissoula/SandersNinemile-Reservation Divides2011-08-25
45.Northwest Peak7705442424.1MontanaLincolnUnited States Purcell Mountains2009-07-25
46.Running Rabbit Mountain768028805.1MontanaFlatheadLewis Range 
47.Highwood Baldy7670329022.0MontanaChouteauHighwood Mountains 
48.Robinson Mountain7539373320.2MontanaLincolnUnited States Purcell Mountains 
49.Baldy Mountain7464406427.7MontanaSandersSalish Mountains2007-08-05
50.Mount Headley7427371619.5MontanaSandersCabinet Mountains 
51.McGuire Mountain6991307115.0MontanaLincolnSalish Mountains 
52.West Butte6983363380.9MontanaTooleWestern International Border Area Plains 
53.Mount Brown6958319818.3MontanaLibertyWestern International Border Area Plains 
54.Bearpaw Baldy6916422662.8MontanaHillWestern International Border Area Plains2009-07-26
55.O'Brien Mountain6772313213.1MontanaLincolnUnited States Purcell Mountains 
56.Calx Mountain6550291010.9MontanaLincolnSalish Mountains 

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