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Showing Steven Gruhn's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (13 out of 27, or 48.15%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||Location||Range (Level 3)||Ascent Date|
|26.||Slide Mountain||4180||3280||USA-NY||Appalachian Plateaus|| |
|21.||Mount Mitchell||6684||6089||USA-NC||Blue Ridge Mountains||1988-03|
|24.||Whiteface Mountain||4865||3093||USA-NY||Canadian Shield|| |
|25.||Gothics||4734||699||USA-NY||Canadian Shield|| |
|19.||Gerlachovský štít||8707||7723||Slovakia||Carpathian Mountains|| |
|4.||Mount Rainier||14,411||13,210||USA-WA||Cascade Range||1999-07-10|
|6.||Mount Shasta||14,162||9762||USA-CA||Cascade Range|| |
|17.||Mount Hood||11,239||7706||USA-OR||Cascade Range||1999-07-12|
|18.||San Jacinto Peak||10,839||8319||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges|| |
|15.||San Gorgonio Mountain||11,499||8294||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges|| |
|1.||Aconcagua||22,841||22,841||Argentina||Central Argentina-Chile Andes|| |
|12.||Boundary Peak||13,140||253||USA-NV||Great Basin Ranges||1995-10|
|7.||Gannett Peak||13,804||7076||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2005-07-26|
|9.||Grand Teton||13,770||6530||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies|| |
|13.||Granite Peak||12,799||4759||USA-MT||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||1990-06-27|
|16.||Hilgard Peak||11,316||4063||USA-MT||Greater Yellowstone Rockies|| |
|14.||Borah Peak||12,662||5982||USA-ID||Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains||2000-06-12|
|23.||Katahdin||5268||4288||USA-ME||Northern U.S. Appalachians||2004-10-11|
|27.||North Tripyramid||4160||1320||USA-NH||Northern U.S. Appalachians|| |
|22.||Mount Monroe||5372||254||USA-NH||Northern U.S. Appalachians|| |
|20.||Mount Olympus||7969||7838||USA-WA||Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges|| |
|2.||Mount Whitney||14,495||10,075||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada||2003-10-25|
|3.||Mount Elbert||14,433||9073||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2001-06-26|
|11.||Wheeler Peak||13,161||3409||USA-NM||Southern Rocky Mountains||1992-08-06|
|5.||Longs Peak||14,255||2940||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains|| |
|10.||Kings Peak||13,528||6348||USA-UT||Western Rocky Mountains||2000-06-14|
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