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Northeast USA Drainage Basin High Points

Basins with over 200 square miles

Showing Steve Walsh's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (7 out of 18, or 38.89%)

RankDrainage BasinArea-SqKmPeak Elev-M
CountryRange (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.Penobscot22,128Katahdin1606United StatesKatahdin Area2004-08-26
2.Androscoggin9,095Mount Washington1917United StatesPresidential Range2006-03-08
2.Saco4,398Mount Washington1917United StatesPresidential Range2006-03-08
2.Connecticut29,146Mount Washington1917United StatesPresidential Range2006-03-08
5.St. Lawrence1,301,249Mount Marcy1629United StatesAdirondack High Peaks2010-08-01 a
5.Hudson34,767Mount Marcy1629United StatesAdirondack High Peaks2010-08-01 a
7.Delaware33,358Slide Mountain1277United StatesSouthern Catskills2011-01-02 b
 Merrimack13,001Mount Lafayette1603United StatesFranconia Area 
 Kennebec15,310Sugarloaf Mountain1295United StatesRangeley-Stratton Ranges 
 Susquehanna71,111Blue Knob954United StatesCentral Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains 
 Housatonic5,000Mount Everett795United StatesSouthern Taconic Range 
 Presumpscot1,669Peak 2012613United StatesEastern White Mountains 
 Passaic2,425Hamburg Mountains High Point456United StatesHudson-Jersey Highlands 
 Blackstone1,235Asnebumskit Hill424United StatesSouthern New England Upland 
 Thames [CT]4,202Burley Hill401United StatesSouthern New England Upland 
 Raritan2,786Raritan Basin High Point381United StatesHudson-Jersey Highlands 
 Saint Croix5,140Musquash Mountain375United StatesEastern Maine Coast 
 Hackensack520High Tor248United StatesHudson-Jersey Highlands 

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