Ken Jones's Life List
Showing Brad Bassett's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 26, or 7.69%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||Location||Range (Level 3)||Ascent Date|
|22.||Bonanza Peak||9511||3711||USA-WA||Cascade Range|| |
|16.||Gannett Peak||13,804||7076||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2006-08-09|
|17.||Grand Teton||13,770||6530||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies|| |
|19.||Granite Peak||12,799||4759||USA-MT||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2007-07-06|
|26.||Jumbo Peak||5761||3300||USA-NV||Great Basin Ranges|| |
|4.||Kilimanjaro||19,341||19,308||Tanzania||Northeast Tanzania|| |
|18.||Milestone Mountain||13,638||711||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada|| |
|9.||Mont Blanc||15,781||15,410||France/Italy||Western Alps|| |
|15.||Mount Darwin||13,831||1871||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada|| |
|14.||Mount Humphreys||13,986||2563||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada|| |
|20.||Mount Jefferson||10,497||5777||USA-OR||Cascade Range|| |
|3.||Mount McKinley||20,320||20,156||USA-AK||Alaska Range|| |
|23.||Mount Olympus||7969||7838||USA-WA||Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges|| |
|10.||Mount Rainier||14,411||13,210||USA-WA||Cascade Range|| |
|13.||Mount Shasta||14,162||9762||USA-CA||Cascade Range|| |
|8.||Mount Stanley||16,762||12,963||Congo DRC/Uganda||East Rift Valley Ranges|| |
|11.||Mount Williamson||14,373||1643||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada|| |
|12.||North Palisade||14,242||2894||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada|| |
|1.||Ojos del Salado||22,615||12,100||Argentina/Chile||Puna de Atacama|| |
|21.||Picacho del Diablo||10,154||6939||Mexico-BCN||Baja California|| |
|25.||Rabbit Peak||6640||1200||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges|| |
|5.||Volcán Cayambe||18,996||6808||Ecuador||Ecuador Andes|| |
|2.||Volcán Chimborazo||20,561||13,524||Ecuador||Ecuador Andes|| |
|7.||Volcán Popocatépetl||17,717||9909||Mexico-Mex/Mor/Pue||Cordillera Neovolcanica|| |
|24.||White Chuck Mountain||6989||3789||USA-WA||Cascade Range|| |
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