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Showing John Vitz's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (16 out of 60, or 26.67%)

RankRange (Level 3)Peak Elev-M Country Prom-M Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Alaska RangeMount McKinley6194United States61447450.2 
2.Saint Elias MountainsMount Logan5956Canada5247622.8 
3.Cordillera NeovolcanicaPico de Orizaba5636Mexico49222690.1 
4.South-Central AlaskaMount Blackburn4996United States353397.6 
5.Sierra NevadaMount Whitney4418United States30712649.51965-09-11
6.Southern Rocky MountainsMount Elbert4399United States27651079.11984-09-04
7.Cascade RangeMount Rainier4392United States40261176.7 
8.Great Basin RangesWhite Mountain Peak4342United States2193108.61966-07-02
9.Guatemala RangesVolcán Tajumulco4220Guatemala3980721.8 
10.Greater Yellowstone RockiesGannett Peak4207United States2156467.3 
11.Western Rocky MountainsKings Peak4123United States1935268.01993-08-25
12.Chiapas RangesVolcán Tacaná4067Guatemala/Mexico102724.1 
13.Coast MountainsMount Waddington4019Canada3279562.4 
14.Canadian RockiesMount Robson3959Canada2819459.5 
15.Colorado PlateauMount Peale3877United States1878117.11981-08-03
16.Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky MountainsBorah Peak3859United States1823242.61984-07-27
17.Costa Rica-Panama RangesChirripó Grande3819Costa Rica3755878.4 
18.Sierra Madre OrientalCerro el Potosí3720Mexico1870570.6 
19.Sierra Madre del SurCerro el Nacimiento3700Mexico2120329.2 
20.GreenlandGunnbjørn Fjeld3694Greenland36943254.1 
21.Southwest Basins and RangesSierra Blanca Peak3649United States1686266.72003-10-06
22.Columbia MountainsMount Sir Sandford3519Canada270362.0 
23.Central and Southern California RangesSan Gorgonio Mountain3505United States2528261.51966-10-16
24.Mexican PlateauCerro El Jabalín3440Mexico134084.8 
25.Central Montana Rocky MountainsCrazy Peak3417United States174171.8 
26.Sierra Madre OccidentalCerro Gordo3352Mexico1372423.7 
27.Aleutian RangesRedoubt Volcano3108United States277394.5 
28.HispaniolaPico Duarte3098Dominican Republic3098940.5 
29.Baja CaliforniaPicacho del Diablo3095Mexico2115334.51970-04-11
30.Far Northern RockiesUlysses Mountain3024Canada2284435.9 
31.Columbia PlateauSacajawea Peak2999United States1947202.01973-09-03
32.Mexican West Coast RangesCerro Viejo2960Mexico135090.5 
33.Mackenzie MountainsKeele Peak2952Canada2152543.1 
34.Great PlainsFishers Peak2934United States55749.9 
35.Central Central AmericaCerro Las Minas2849Honduras2069132.0 
36.Brooks RangeMount Isto2761United States2426633.5 
37.Northwest U.S. Coast RangesMount Eddy2751United States155623.51999-08-15
38.British Columbia InteriorThudaka Mountain2748Canada1739103.4 
39.Queen Elizabeth IslandsBarbeau Peak2616Canada2616796.0 
40.Yukon Intermountain RangesFox Mountain2404Canada1444229.3 
41.JamaicaBlue Mountain Peak2256Jamaica2256272.7 
42.Northwest Coast IslandsGolden Hinde2195Canada2195141.1 
43.Baffin IslandMount Odin2143Canada2143585.6 
44.Blue Ridge MountainsMount Mitchell2037United States18561913.51995-05-03
45.Alaska Intermountain RangesMount Harper1994United States 102.7 
46.CubaPico Turquino1974Cuba1974216.8 
47.Northern U.S. AppalachiansMount Washington1917United States18741318.92002-09-27
48.Canadian ShieldMount Caubvick1652Canada1367791.4 
49.Appalachian PlateausSpruce Knob1482United States848282.32002-10-07
50.Lesser AntillesLa Soufrière1467Guadeloupe1467698.7 
51.Appalachian RidgesBalsam Beartown Mountain1436United States65045.4 
52.Puerto Rico and Virgin IslandsCerro de Punta1338Puerto Rico1338432.0 
53.Canadian AppalachiansMont Jacques-Cartier1268Canada1085405.7 
54.YucatanDoyle's Delight1174Belize 138.2 
55.South Coastal CaribbeanAripo Peak940Trinidad and Tobago940151.6 
56.Piedmont-Southeast CoastBuzzard Roost908United States53028.0 
57.Ozark HighlandsMagazine Mountain839United States650612.91995-05-16
58.South Canadian Arctic IslandsDurham Heights724Canada724217.9 
59.Midwest-Great Lakes AreaEagle Mountain701United States402703.42002-09-14
60.Northeast West IndiesTown Hill76Bermuda761136.1 

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