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North America 14,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 500 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Scott Cockrell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 121, or 3.31%)

RankPeak Elev-M
Range (Level 2)Isol-KmAscent Date
52.Aello Peak4403441Alaska-Yukon Ranges6.3 
121.Aello Peak-East Peak4267152Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
 Aiguille du Paquoir428060Pacific Ranges.2 
60.Blanca Peak43721623Rocky Mountains166.4 
88.Capitol Peak4307539Rocky Mountains12.0 
68.Castle Peak4348727Rocky Mountains33.6 
44.Cerro Colorado4480160Central Mexican Ranges3.5 
 Cerro del Ombugo4340120Central Mexican Ranges1.4 
 Cerro Prieto434060Central Mexican Ranges1.5 
 Challenger Point429298Rocky Mountains.4 
 Columbia Point4267122Rocky Mountains.4 
 Conundrum Peak427419Rocky Mountains.2 
 Crestone Needle4327145Rocky Mountains.7 
63.Crestone Peak43571394Rocky Mountains44.0 
 Crestone Peak-East Peak435236Rocky Mountains.1 
 Crooks Peak434060Pacific Ranges.1 
102.Culebra Peak42821478Rocky Mountains56.9 
 East Buttress4490131Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.4 
45.East Buttress-Peak 146304459191Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.9 
 East La Plata432230Rocky Mountains.3 
 El Diente431673Rocky Mountains1.2 
 Ellingwood Point4280110Rocky Mountains.8 
65.Grays Peak4349850Rocky Mountains40.2 
101.Handies Peak4282588Rocky Mountains18.0 
98.Humboldt Peak4287373Rocky Mountains2.3 
119.Huron Peak4268440Rocky Mountains5.2 
38.Izta Norte4680180Central Mexican Ranges1.3 
19.Iztaccíhuatl-Cabeza5100220Central Mexican Ranges.9 
35.Iztaccíhuatl-Los Pies4720200Central Mexican Ranges2.8 
 Keeler Needle436080Pacific Ranges.3 
17.King Peak51731093Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.7 
80.Kit Carson Mountain4317318Rocky Mountains2.1 
 Kitty Kat Carson426736Rocky Mountains.5 
61.La Plata Peak4370566Rocky Mountains10.1 
89.Liberty Cap4301156Pacific Ranges1.3 
 Little Bear Peak4278120Rocky Mountains1.6 
71.Longs Peak4345896Rocky Mountains70.2 
83.Maroon Peak4315718Rocky Mountains13.0 
53.McArthur Peak44001000Alaska-Yukon Ranges9.1 
87.McArthur Peak-East Peak4308268Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
117.Middle Palisade4271351Pacific Ranges4.2 
97.Missouri Mountain4288264Rocky Mountains2.1 
49.Mount Alverstone4420610Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.6 
66.Mount Antero4349763Rocky Mountains28.4 
96.Mount Augusta42891569Alaska-Yukon Ranges23.2 
42.Mount Bear45201560Alaska-Yukon Ranges32.4 
76.Mount Belford4327413Rocky Mountains5.3 
99.Mount Bierstadt4285225Rocky Mountains1.8 
23.Mount Blackburn49963563Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.6 
24.Mount Blackburn-Southeast Peak4964178Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.5 
21.Mount Bona50592132Alaska-Yukon Ranges80.0 
 Mount Bona-West Peak4773110Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
 Mount Bross4320101Rocky Mountains1.6 
 Mount Cameron434048Rocky Mountains.8 
33.Mount Churchill4766346Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.2 
95.Mount Columbia4289278Rocky Mountains3.1 
86.Mount Democrat4312240Rocky Mountains2.0 
54.Mount Elbert43992777Rocky Mountains1079.11992-08-29
 Mount Elbert-South Peak430877Rocky Mountains1.6 
94.Mount Eolus4293318Rocky Mountains2.7 
70.Mount Evans4348849Rocky Mountains15.8 
39.Mount Fairweather46713971Alaska-Yukon Ranges200.3 
13.Mount Foraker53042225Alaska-Yukon Ranges23.0 
 Mount Foraker-Northwest Peak458169Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.7 
 Mount Foraker-South Peak512494Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.6 
 Mount Foraker-Southwest Peak5059121Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
56.Mount Harvard4395725Rocky Mountains24.0 
41.Mount Hubbard45572477Alaska-Yukon Ranges34.3 
46.Mount Hunter44421424Alaska-Yukon Ranges11.1 
103.Mount Kennedy4280440Alaska-Yukon Ranges6.0 
110.Mount Langley4275375Pacific Ranges7.0 
64.Mount Lincoln43541177Rocky Mountains36.2 
103.Mount Lindsey4280476Rocky Mountains3.6 
3.Mount Logan59565247Alaska-Yukon Ranges622.8 
7.Mount Logan-AINA Peak5640160Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.5 
15.Mount Logan-Capet Peak5250250Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.3 
5.Mount Logan-East Peak5898218Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.3 
 Mount Logan-Houstons Peak5760120Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
2.Mount Logan-Philippe Peak5960320Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
6.Mount Logan-Prospectors Peak5644364Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.4 
 Mount Logan-Russell Peak5600120Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.6 
 Mount Logan-Saxon Peak5500100Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.6 
9.Mount Logan-Tudor Peak5560240Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
14.Mount Lucania52803120Alaska-Yukon Ranges43.0 
28.Mount Lucania-Atlantic Peak4879279Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.0 
20.Mount Lucania-Central Peak5080200Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
25.Mount Lucania-Northeast Peak4957157Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.0 
36.Mount Macaulay4720520Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.7 
47.Mount Macaulay-Southeast Peak4440240Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.3 
55.Mount Massive4396604Rocky Mountains8.1 
 Mount Massive-Far Northwest Peak431915Rocky Mountains.6 
 Mount Massive-Green Peak436549Rocky Mountains.6 
 Mount Massive-Northwest Peak437797Rocky Mountains1.4 
 Mount Massive-Southeast Peak430776Rocky Mountains1.1 
1.Mount McKinley61946154Alaska-Yukon Ranges7450.21995-07-17
4.Mount McKinley-North Peak5934417Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.8 
 Mount Muir4271111Pacific Ranges.8 
118.Mount of the Holy Cross4269644Rocky Mountains29.6 
84.Mount Oxford4314205Rocky Mountains2.0 
76.Mount Princeton4327669Rocky Mountains8.4 
57.Mount Rainier43924026Pacific Ranges1176.71991-06-19
92.Mount Russell4294354Pacific Ranges1.2 
10.Mount Saint Elias54893449Alaska-Yukon Ranges41.2 
18.Mount Saint Elias-West Peak5160160Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.8 
26.Mount Sanford49492358Alaska-Yukon Ranges64.8 
82.Mount Shasta43172982Pacific Ranges538.7 
75.Mount Shavano4337493Rocky Mountains6.1 
108.Mount Sherman4278259Rocky Mountains13.0 
 Mount Sill4314120Pacific Ranges1.0 
34.Mount Slaggard4742542Alaska-Yukon Ranges7.7 
59.Mount Slaggard-South Peak4380240Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.3 
79.Mount Slaggard-West Peak4320200Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.8 
85.Mount Sneffels4313936Rocky Mountains25.3 
22.Mount Steele5040800Alaska-Yukon Ranges9.4 
103.Mount Steele-Southeast Peak4280440Alaska-Yukon Ranges5.7 
103.Mount Strickland4280840Alaska-Yukon Ranges7.3 
111.Mount Tyndall4273353Pacific Ranges2.3 
29.Mount Vancouver48122732Alaska-Yukon Ranges44.0 
30.Mount Vancouver-Good Neighbor Peak4800160Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.6 
30.Mount Vancouver-Middle Peak4800160Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
43.Mount Walsh45061386Alaska-Yukon Ranges18.8 
50.Mount Whitney44183074Pacific Ranges2649.51997-08-24
58.Mount Williamson4381521Pacific Ranges8.7 
72.Mount Wilson43421226Rocky Mountains53.1 
27.Mount Wood48801240Alaska-Yukon Ranges19.0 
32.Mount Wood-Northwest Peak4798198Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.7 
81.Mount Wrangell43171726Alaska-Yukon Ranges23.8 
116.Mount Wrangell-West Peak4271186Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.3 
78.Mount Yale4327584Rocky Mountains8.9 
103.Nevado de Colima42802740Central Mexican Ranges405.4 
37.Nevado de Toluca47002240Central Mexican Ranges118.4 
 North Conundrum Peak429185Rocky Mountains.7 
 North Eolus427960Rocky Mountains.4 
 North Maroon Peak427177Rocky Mountains.6 
74.North Palisade4341882Pacific Ranges51.8 
 North Snowmass427322Rocky Mountains.3 
 Northeast Crestone435248Rocky Mountains.2 
 Peak 14210433194Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.7 
 Peak 14410439294Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.8 
 Peak 147004511121Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
 Peak 14721448797Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.6 
 Peak 158004846121Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.4 
 Peak 174005334121Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.9 
 Peak 187355710101Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
8.Pico de Orizaba56364922Central Mexican Ranges2690.1 
90.Pikes Peak43011692Rocky Mountains97.6 
 Point Success431548Pacific Ranges1.0 
 Polemonium Peak430473Pacific Ranges.3 
112.Pyramid Peak4273505Rocky Mountains3.4 
68.Quandary Peak4348349Rocky Mountains5.1 
12.Queen Peak5380180Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.2 
109.Redcloud Peak4278438Rocky Mountains7.9 
115.San Luis Peak4271948Rocky Mountains43.4 
40.Sierra Negra4600540Central Mexican Ranges6.8 
91.Snowmass Mountain4295357Rocky Mountains3.8 
 South Bross Peak427936Rocky Mountains1.0 
 South Buttress484296Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.1 
 South Little Bear427324Rocky Mountains.3 
 South Wilson430158Rocky Mountains.5 
 Southeast Longs428573Rocky Mountains.2 
100.Split Mountain4285485Pacific Ranges11.0 
 Starlight Peak434048Pacific Ranges.1 
 Sunlight Peak4285127Rocky Mountains.8 
120.Sunshine Peak4268159Rocky Mountains2.0 
 Tabeguache Peak4314144Rocky Mountains1.2 
 The Snave4346139Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.4 
 Thunderbolt Peak426874Pacific Ranges.3 
67.Torreys Peak4349171Rocky Mountains1.1 
62.Uncompahgre Peak43611303Rocky Mountains136.8 
51.University Peak4410978Alaska-Yukon Ranges6.0 
16.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl52401580Central Mexican Ranges17.5 
47.Volcán La Malinche44401940Central Mexican Ranges63.9 
11.Volcán Popocatépetl54203060Central Mexican Ranges143.0 
 West Buttress488639Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.51995-07-11
 West Evans434541Rocky Mountains.5 
 West Wilson431055Rocky Mountains.5 
114.Wetterhorn Peak4272504Rocky Mountains4.4 
72.White Mountain Peak43422193Intermountain West108.6 
113.Wilson Peak4272261Rocky Mountains2.4 
93.Windom Peak4294673Rocky Mountains42.4 

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