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Showing Test Account 2's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 30, or 6.67%)

RankCityPeak Elev-M Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.SeattleHigh Point158South Cascade Crest2011-04-18
2.PhiladelphiaChestnut Hill134Southeast Pennsylvania Hills2011-04-20
 Salt Lake CityGrandview Peak2868Northern Wasatch Range 
 AnchorageBashful Peak2440Western Chugach Mountains 
 DenverDenver High Point1731Central Front Range 
 Los AngelesMount Lukens1547San Gabriel Mountains 
 TucsonTucson High Point994Piñaleno Area 
 HonoluluKonahuanui960Koolau Range 
 PhoenixWhiskey Spring Head874North Phoenix Area 
 OaklandChaparral Peak536Diablo Range 
 San DiegoCowles Mountain485San Diego Area Ranges 
 PittsburghPittsburgh High Point416Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area 
 PortlandPortland High Point360North Oregon Coast Range 
 AtlantaAtlanta High Point326Georgia Piedmont 
 ClevelandCleveland High Point320Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area 
 MinneapolisMinneapolis High Point299Mississippi Headwaters 
 San FranciscoMount Davidson282Santa Cruz Mountains 
 IndianapolisMarion County High Point279Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area 
 DallasDallas High Point238Plains of East Texas 
 DetroitDetroit High Point206Michigan Lower Peninsula 
 ChicagoChicago High Point204Michigan Lower Peninsula 
 St. LouisSublette Park Hill187Saint Francois Mountains 
 BaltimoreBaltimore High Point149South Mountain-Catoctin 
 WashingtonReno Reservoir126South Mountain-Catoctin 
 New YorkTodt Hill125Northeast Islands/Cape Cod 
 BostonBellevue Hill99Southern New England Upland 
 HoustonNorthwest Houston Corridor High Point85Plains of East Texas 
 JacksonvilleDuval County High Point56Florida Peninsula 
 TampaTampa High Point20Florida Peninsula 
 MiamiMiami High Point6Florida Peninsula 

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