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USA Lower 48 Range4 High Points

Showing Jan Spieczny's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (11 out of 106, or 10.38%)

RankRange (Level 4)Peak Elev-Ft
State Prom-Ft
Isol-MiAscent Date
89.Northern Blue RidgeApple Orchard Mountain4225Virginia284533.7 
71.North Sonoran Desert RangesBaboquivari Peak7734Arizona421442.0 
70.Central Great PlainsBald Mountain7881Colorado6814.5 
85.Southern Appalachian RidgesBalsam Beartown Mountain4710Virginia215028.2 
4.Sangre de Cristo RangeBlanca Peak14,345Colorado5326103.41992
94.Washington Coastal HillsBoistfort Peak3160Washington274034.5 
21.Lost River-Lemhi RangesBorah Peak12,662Idaho6022150.8 
103.Lower Peninsula-HeartlandBriar Hill1706Michigan1046161.2 
100.Ozark PlateauBuffalo Lookout2561Arkansas40148.2 
96.PiedmontBuzzard Roost2980North Carolina178017.4 
8.Elk Range AreaCastle Peak14,265Colorado238520.91989
31.South Great Basin RangesCharleston Peak11,916Nevada8274135.2 
33.Southeast Colorado PlateauChicoma Mountain11,561New Mexico430135.3 
69.Mojave Desert RangesClark Mountain7940California433129.1 
19.Southern Wyoming RangesClark Peak12,951Colorado279116.4 
75.Great Smoky MountainsClingmans Dome6643Tennessee/North Carolina452370.7 
15.Bighorn MountainsCloud Peak13,167Wyoming7087145.0 
106.Mid-Atlantic Coastal PlainCrawford Hill400New Jersey36015.0 
38.Central Montana RangesCrazy Peak11,209Montana572944.6 
25.Central Utah PlateausDelano Peak12,169Utah4729112.1 
40.East Great Basin RangesDeseret Peak11,031Utah581246.0 
101.Superior UplandEagle Mountain2301Minnesota1331437.1 
53.Northwest Great Basin RangesEagle Peak9892California437287.4 
93.New England UplandEast Mountain3439Vermont223912.0 
99.Allegheny PlateauElk Hill2700Pennsylvania131039.7 
86.Central Appalachian RidgesElleber Knob4595West Virginia99311.1 
92.Taconic RangeEquinox Mountain3860Vermont308011.1 
51.Great Divide Basin AreaFerris Mountain10,037Wyoming328755.3 
56.Southern Great PlainsFishers Peak9627Colorado186731.0 
23.Flat Tops AreaFlat Top Mountain12,354Colorado407440.8 
16.Absaroka RangeFrancs Peak13,153Wyoming405647.2 
12.Wind River RangeGannett Peak13,804Wyoming7076290.4 
13.Teton Range-Yellowstone AreaGrand Teton13,770Wyoming656069.4 
78.Southern Blue Ridge FrontGrandfather Mountain5946North Carolina246614.8 
7.Front RangeGrays Peak14,270Colorado279025.01980
65.Trans-Pecos Texas RangesGuadalupe Peak8749Texas304972.6 
72.Black HillsHarney Peak7242South Dakota2942140.2 
102.Upper Mississippi AreaHeight of Land Lookout2005Minnesota680133.6 
90.Cumberland MountainsHigh Knob4223Virginia206340.3 
95.Cumberland PlateauHinch Mountain3048Tennessee160835.1 
46.Southwest Montana RangesHollowtop Mountain10,604Montana392434.0 
66.Northwest Arizona RangesHualapai Peak8417Arizona443995.2 
22.Central Arizona HighlandsHumphreys Peak12,633Arizona6039245.92006
27.Sawtooth-Ketchum-Boise AreaHyndman Peak12,009Idaho484930.1 
80.North Columbia PlateauIndian Rock5845Washington258530.4 
79.Central California Coast RangesJunipero Serra Peak5862California4447131.8 
59.Grand Canyon PlateausKaibab Plateau High Point9240Arizona364069.1 
83.Longfellow MountainsKatahdin5268Maine4298158.3 
14.Uinta RangeKings Peak13,528Utah6368166.6 
32.Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra NevadaLeavitt Peak11,569California208911.3 
105.Southeast CoastLebanon Mountain800Mississippi32031.5 
98.Ouachita MountainsMagazine Mountain2753Arkansas2153380.9 
43.North Great Basin RangesMatterhorn10,838Nevada469860.4 
55.Northwest Montana RangesMcDonald Peak9820Montana566079.4 
52.Southeast Idaho RangesMeade Peak9957Idaho251723.5 
44.North CascadesMount Baker10,781Washington8878131.5 
88.Oregon Coast RangeMount Bolivar4319Oregon251913.6 
47.Glacier National Park RangesMount Cleveland10,466Montana526699.4 
63.Klamath MountainsMount Eddy9025California514514.6 
2.Sawatch RangeMount Elbert14,433Colorado9113670.61990
45.Southeast Arizona RangesMount Graham10,720Arizona636082.4 
37.Oregon CascadesMount Hood11,239Oregon770657.3 
29.West Central Nevada RangesMount Jefferson11,941Nevada588198.6 
6.Central Colorado RangesMount Lincoln14,286Colorado386222.51987
60.Northern Sierra NevadaMount Lola9148California210822.1 
87.Green MountainsMount Mansfield4393Vermont365351.9 
82.Adirondack MountainsMount Marcy5344New York4924129.6 
74.Central Blue Ridge RangesMount Mitchell6684North Carolina60941189.0 
30.Wasatch RangeMount Nebo11,928Utah552875.6 
68.Olympic MountainsMount Olympus7969Washington7838108.0 
20.CanyonlandsMount Peale12,721Utah620172.8 
3.South Washington CascadesMount Rainier14,411Washington13,210731.21983
17.Yosemite-Ritter Sierra NevadaMount Ritter13,143California402322.0 
11.California CascadesMount Shasta14,162California9782334.7 
76.White MountainsMount Washington6288New Hampshire6168819.62005
1.Sequoia Sierra NevadaMount Whitney14,495California10,0851646.3 
24.Park RangeMount Zirkel12,180Colorado348037.7 
49.Navajo AreaNavajo Mountain10,346Utah424658.6 
10.Central Sierra NevadaNorth Palisade14,242California289432.21981
26.Southern Sierra NevadaOlancha Peak12,123California312314.8 
81.Northern US Great PlainsRed Benchmark5450Montana117021.9 
58.Bob Marshall RangesRed Mountain9411Montana380152.4 
77.Western Blue Ridge RangesRoan High Knob6285North Carolina/Tennessee352518.8 
61.Blue MountainsRock Creek Butte9106Oregon450643.4 
54.Wallowa MountainsSacajawea Peak9838Oregon6398125.5 
34.Transverse RangesSan Gorgonio Mountain11,499California8294162.5 
42.Peninsular Southern California RangesSan Jacinto Peak10,839California835920.32007
104.Mid-Atlantic HighlandsSchunnemunk Mountain1664New York118422.0 
35.Bitterroot RangeScott Peak11,393Idaho425319.6 
57.Western Idaho RangesShe Devil9440Idaho528031.5 
28.Southeast New Mexico RangesSierra Blanca Peak11,973New Mexico5573165.7 
91.Catskill MountainsSlide Mountain4200New York3310136.4 
67.Northern California Coast RangeSouth Yolla Bolly Mountain8094California489461.5 
84.Allegheny MountainsSpruce Knob4861West Virginia2801175.4 
62.South Columbia PlateauStrawberry Mountain9080Oregon414046.1 
50.Roan CliffsStrawberry Peak10,335Utah233819.5 
64.Clearwater MountainsStripe Mountain9001Idaho212115.6 
39.West Central Montana RangesTweedy Mountain11,154Montana383475.0 
5.San Juan MountainsUncompahgre Peak14,309Colorado427785.01993
73.Canadian Great PlainsWest Butte6983Montana364380.9 
18.East Central Great Basin RangesWheeler Peak13,063Nevada7573231.8 
9.West Great Basin RangesWhite Mountain Peak14,246California719667.5 
48.Salmon River MountainsWhite Mountain West10,442Idaho378229.6 
41.Southwest New Mexico RangesWhitewater Baldy10,895New Mexico355551.6 
97.Northern Appalachian RidgesWills Mountain2800Pennsylvania146010.9 
36.Wyoming Overthrust Belt RangesWyoming Peak11,378Wyoming357850.8 

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