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Atlantic Ocean U.S. Island High Points

Showing Steve Brown's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 27, or 7.41%)

RankIslandPeak Elev-M StateIsol-KmAscent Date
1.Martha's VineyardMarthas Vineyard High Point95Massachusetts48.02012-05-20
2.Nantucket IslandSankaty Head34Massachusetts45.82012-05-21
 Mount Desert IslandCadillac Mountain466Maine140.1 
 Isle au HautMount Champlain165Maine32.4 
 Staten IslandTodt Hill125New York22.7 
 Long IslandJaynes Hill116New York34.2 
 Aquidneck IslandQuaker Hill85Rhode Island9.3 
 ManhattanManhattan High Point81New York5.8 
 Block IslandBeacon Hill64Rhode Island24.8 
 Bar IslandBar Island Summit53Maine3.0 
 Monhegan IslandBlack Head50Maine26.1 
 Manana IslandManana Island High Point35Maine1.4 
 Appledore IslandAppledore Island High Point18Maine20.5 
 Hatteras IslandHatteras Island High Point17North Carolina79.5 
 Marco IslandIndian Hill15Florida106.6 
 Cumberland IslandTerrapin Point15Georgia41.5 
 Port Royal IslandPort Royal Island High Point14South Carolina39.7 
 Star IslandStar Island High Point12New Hampshire1.2 
 Governors IslandGovernors Island High Point12New York4.4 
 Monomoy IslandMonomoy Island High Point9Massachusetts14.3 
 Ocracoke IslandOcracoke Island High Point8North Carolina26.4 
 Lignumvitae KeyLignumvitae Key High Point6Florida87.9 
 Key WestSolares Hill5Florida117.7 
 Key LargoKey Largo High Point5Florida31.6 
 Plantation KeyPlantation Key High Point5Florida2.8 
 Loggerhead KeyLoggerhead Key High Point3Florida113.4 
 Totten KeyTotten Key High Point3Florida17.9 

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