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Showing Steve Sheriff's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 43, or 9.3%)

RankRange (Level 3)Peak Elev-M Country Prom-M Isol-KmAscent Date
6.Lesser CaucasusAragats Lerr4090Armenia214391.4 
25.Norwegian Sea IslandsBeerenberg2277Jan Mayen2277598.5 
39.Great BritainBen Nevis1344United Kingdom1344738.91985-07-27
23.Balkan MountainsBotev2376Bulgaria1567124.8 
14.AppeninesCorno Grande2912Italy2476445.3 
30.North France-West Rhine AreaCrêt de la Neige1720France126743.5 
7.Western CaucasusDombai-Ulgen4046Georgia/Russia 56.1 
1.Central CaucasusElbrus5642Russia47412469.9 
37.German HighlandsFeldberg1493Germany92897.8 
5.Northern AlpsFinsteraarhorn4274Switzerland228051.7 
21.Scandinavian MountainsGaldhøpiggen2469Norway23721568.3 
17.Carpathian MountainsGerlachovský štít2654Slovakia2354510.2 
34.Northern UralsGora Kanzhakovskiy Kamen1570Russia 549.6 
28.Prepolar UralsGora Narodnaya1895Russia17721835.4 
4.Eastern CaucasusGora Tebulosmta4493Georgia/Russia214566.7 
32.Southern UralsGora Yamantau1638Russia 1150.7 
40.Finland-Kola-Karelia AreaGora Yudychvumchorr1191Russia 511.2 
8.Eastern AlpsGroßglockner3798Austria2428175.3 
42.Southeast Baltic PlainsŁysica612Poland362138.6 
16.Dinaric AlpsMaja e Jezercës2694Albania203694.5 
20.Southern CarpathiansMoldoveanu2544Romania2046391.2 
24.Sistema IbericoMoncayo2314Spain1296148.9 
2.Western AlpsMont Blanc4810France/Italy46972812.01983
15.Tyrrhennian IslandsMonte Cinto2706France2706223.9 
3.Southern AlpsMonte Rosa4634Switzerland216578.31985
27.Western ItalyMonte Viglio2156Italy142228.7 
22.Greek IslandsMount Ida2456Greece2456440.4 
9.Andalucian RangesMulhacén3479Spain3289528.8 
35.Western Russian Arctic IslandsNovaya Zemlya High Point1549Russia15491065.0 
13.Greek-Albanian RangesOlympus2917Greece2353254.3 
19.Castile RangesPico Almanzor2591Spain1689327.2 
10.PyreneesPico de Aneto3404Spain2812514.5 
26.Portugal-GaliciaPico Teleno2183Spain108376.2 
38.Balearic IslandsPuig Mayor1436Spain1436220.7 
29.Massif CentralPuy de Sancy1885France1578225.4 
36.Ukrainian PlainsRoman-Kosh1545Ukraine1541391.4 
33.Bohemian RangesSněžka1602Czech Republic/Poland1202290.5 
43.Central RussiaSparrow Hills220Russia 619.2 
18.Cordillera CantabricaTorrecerredo2648Spain1931346.5 

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