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North America Range3 High Points

Showing Bob Packard's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (34 out of 60, or 56.67%)

RankRange (Level 3)Peak Elev-Ft Country Prom-Ft Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Northern U.S. AppalachiansMount Washington6288United States6148819.61961-07
2.Southern Rocky MountainsMount Elbert14,433United States9073670.61977-08 a2
3.Cordillera NeovolcanicaPico de Orizaba18,491Mexico16,1481671.61978-12 a3
4.Western Rocky MountainsKings Peak13,528United States6348166.61980-08 a1
5.Colorado PlateauMount Peale12,721United States616172.81982-05 a7
6.Great Basin RangesWhite Mountain Peak14,246United States719667.51982-07 a4
7.Sierra NevadaMount Whitney14,495United States10,0751646.31982-07 a5
8.Southwest Basins and RangesSierra Blanca Peak11,973United States5533165.71982-08 a5
9.Baja CaliforniaPicacho del Diablo10,154Mexico6939207.81983-03
10.Greater Yellowstone RockiesGannett Peak13,804United States7076290.41983-08 a4
11.Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky MountainsBorah Peak12,662United States5982150.81984-08 a2
12.Appalachian PlateausSpruce Knob4861United States2781175.41985-08 a5
13.Blue Ridge MountainsMount Mitchell6684United States60891189.01985-08 a7
14.Cascade RangeMount Rainier14,411United States13,210731.21986-07 a8
15.Columbia PlateauSacajawea Peak9838United States6388125.51988-07 b4
16.Alaska RangeMount McKinley20,320United States20,1564629.41990-06 a1
17.Midwest-Great Lakes AreaEagle Mountain2301United States1321437.11993-06 b5
18.Ozark HighlandsMagazine Mountain2753United States2133380.91995-06 c3
19.Central and Southern California RangesSan Gorgonio Mountain11,499United States8294162.51997-09 e1
20.Northwest U.S. Coast RangesMount Eddy9025United States510514.61999-06-23
21.Appalachian RidgesBalsam Beartown Mountain4710United States213028.22001-06-14
22.Costa Rica-Panama RangesChirripó Grande12,530Costa Rica12,320545.82002-02-25
23.Central Montana Rocky MountainsCrazy Peak11,209United States570944.62002-07-17
24.Guatemala RangesVolcán Tajumulco13,845Guatemala13,058448.52003-03-18
25.HispaniolaPico Duarte10,164Dominican Republic10,164584.42005-01-21
26.Puerto Rico and Virgin IslandsCerro de Punta4390Puerto Rico4390268.42005-01-27
27.Sierra Madre OrientalCerro el Potosí12,205Mexico6135354.52008-01-05
28.Great PlainsFishers Peak9627United States182731.02008-09-19
29.Sierra Madre OccidentalCerro Gordo10,997Mexico4501263.32010-04-09
30.Piedmont-Southeast CoastBuzzard Roost2980United States174017.42010-06-07
31.Canadian AppalachiansMont Jacques-Cartier4160Canada3560252.12010-07-03
32.Chiapas RangesVolcán Tacaná13,343Guatemala/Mexico336915.02012-12-08
33.JamaicaBlue Mountain Peak7402Jamaica7402169.52014-02-08
34.CubaPico Turquino6476Cuba6476134.72014-02-14
 Saint Elias MountainsMount Logan19,541Canada17,215387.0 
 South-Central AlaskaMount Blackburn16,390United States11,59060.7 
 Coast MountainsMount Waddington13,186Canada10,758349.5 
 Canadian RockiesMount Robson12,989Canada9249285.5 
 Sierra Madre del SurCerro el Nacimiento12,139Mexico6955204.5 
 GreenlandGunnbjørn Fjeld12,118Greenland12,1182022.0 
 Columbia MountainsMount Sir Sandford11,545Canada886838.5 
 Mexican PlateauCerro El Jabalín11,286Mexico439652.7 
 Aleutian RangesRedoubt Volcano10,197United States909758.7 
 Far Northern RockiesUlysses Mountain9921Canada7493270.8 
 Mexican West Coast RangesCerro Viejo9711Mexico442956.3 
 Mackenzie MountainsKeele Peak9685Canada7060337.5 
 Central Central AmericaCerro Las Minas9347Honduras678882.0 
 Brooks RangeMount Isto9060United States7960393.6 
 British Columbia InteriorThudaka Mountain9016Canada570664.3 
 Queen Elizabeth IslandsBarbeau Peak8583Canada8583494.6 
 Yukon Intermountain RangesFox Mountain7887Canada4737142.5 
 Northwest Coast IslandsGolden Hinde7201Canada720187.7 
 Baffin IslandMount Odin7031Canada7031363.9 
 Alaska Intermountain RangesMount Harper6543United States 63.8 
 Canadian ShieldMount Caubvick5420Canada4485491.8 
 Lesser AntillesLa Soufrière4813Guadeloupe4813434.1 
 YucatanDoyle's Delight3852Belize 85.9 
 South Coastal CaribbeanAripo Peak3084Trinidad and Tobago308494.2 
 South Canadian Arctic IslandsDurham Heights2375Canada2375135.4 
 Northeast West IndiesTown Hill249Bermuda249705.9 

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