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North America 14,000-foot Peaks

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Showing Dave Dunham's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 104, or 1.92%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Range (Level 2)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount McKinley20,32020,156Alaska-Yukon Ranges4629.4 
2.Mount Logan19,54117,215Alaska-Yukon Ranges387.0 
3.Pico de Orizaba18,49116,148Central Mexican Ranges1671.6 
4.Mount Rainier14,41113,210Pacific Ranges731.2 
5.Mount Fairweather15,32512,963Alaska-Yukon Ranges124.4 
6.Mount Blackburn16,39011,590Alaska-Yukon Ranges60.7 
7.Mount Saint Elias18,00811,184Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.6 
8.Mount Whitney14,49510,075Pacific Ranges1646.32010-09-17
9.Mount Lucania17,1929974Alaska-Yukon Ranges26.7 
10.Volcán Popocatépetl17,7179909Central Mexican Ranges88.8 
11.Mount Shasta14,1629762Pacific Ranges334.7 
12.Mount Elbert14,4339073Rocky Mountains670.62011-07-22
 Nevado de Colima13,9768858Central Mexican Ranges251.9 
13.Mount Vancouver15,7878832Alaska-Yukon Ranges27.4 
14.Mount Hubbard14,9507995Alaska-Yukon Ranges21.3 
15.Mount Sanford16,2377637Alaska-Yukon Ranges40.3 
16.Nevado de Toluca15,3547250Central Mexican Ranges73.6 
17.Mount Foraker17,4007200Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.3 
18.White Mountain Peak14,2467196Intermountain West67.5 
19.Mount Bona16,5006800Alaska-Yukon Ranges49.7 
20.Volcán La Malinche14,5016233Central Mexican Ranges39.7 
21.Mount Wrangell14,1635563Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.8 
22.Pikes Peak14,1105510Rocky Mountains60.6 
23.Blanca Peak14,3455326Rocky Mountains103.4 
24.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl17,1265053Central Mexican Ranges10.9 
25.Mount Augusta14,0705015Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.4 
26.Mount Bear14,8314988Alaska-Yukon Ranges20.1 
27.Culebra Peak14,0474807Rocky Mountains35.4 
28.Mount Hunter14,5734623Alaska-Yukon Ranges6.9 
29.Crestone Peak14,2944534Rocky Mountains27.4 
30.Mount Walsh14,7834416Alaska-Yukon Ranges11.7 
31.Uncompahgre Peak14,3094277Rocky Mountains85.0 
32.Mount Wilson14,2464024Rocky Mountains33.0 
33.Mount Lincoln14,2863862Rocky Mountains22.5 
34.Mount Wood15,8793806Alaska-Yukon Ranges11.8 
35.King Peak16,9723455Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.9 
36.University Peak14,4703210Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.7 
37.San Luis Peak14,0143113Rocky Mountains27.0 
38.Mount Sneffels14,1503030Rocky Mountains15.7 
39.McArthur Peak14,3043018Alaska-Yukon Ranges5.7 
40.Longs Peak14,2552940Rocky Mountains43.6 
41.North Palisade14,2422894Pacific Ranges32.2 
42.Grays Peak14,2702750Rocky Mountains25.0 
43.Mount Evans14,2642744Rocky Mountains9.8 
44.Mount Antero14,2692503Rocky Mountains17.7 
 Mount Strickland13,9112494Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.6 
45.Mount Steele16,4042362Alaska-Yukon Ranges5.9 
46.Castle Peak14,2652345Rocky Mountains20.9 
47.Mount Harvard14,4202340Rocky Mountains14.9 
48.Maroon Peak14,1562316Rocky Mountains8.1 
49.Windom Peak14,0872167Rocky Mountains26.3 
50.Mount Princeton14,1972157Rocky Mountains5.2 
51.Mount of the Holy Cross14,0052111Rocky Mountains18.4 
52.Mount Massive14,4211941Rocky Mountains5.1 
53.Mount Alverstone14,5001900Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.3 
54.Handies Peak14,0481888Rocky Mountains11.2 
55.Mount Yale14,1961876Rocky Mountains5.6 
56.La Plata Peak14,3361816Rocky Mountains6.3 
57.Capitol Peak14,1301730Rocky Mountains7.4 
58.Mount Slaggard15,5581647Alaska-Yukon Ranges4.8 
59.Mount Williamson14,3731643Pacific Ranges5.4 
60.Sierra Negra15,0261640Central Mexican Ranges4.2 
61.Mount Shavano14,2291619Rocky Mountains3.8 
62.Pyramid Peak14,0181618Rocky Mountains2.1 
63.Wetterhorn Peak14,0151615Rocky Mountains2.8 
64.Split Mountain14,0581525Pacific Ranges6.8 
65.Mount Lindsey14,0421522Rocky Mountains2.3 
66.Aello Peak14,4451445Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.9 
67.Mount Macaulay15,3541443Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.7 
68.Redcloud Peak14,0341436Rocky Mountains4.9 
69.Huron Peak14,0031403Rocky Mountains3.2 
70.Mount Belford14,1971317Rocky Mountains3.3 
71.Mount Steele-Southeast Peak14,0421312Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.6 
72.Mount McKinley-North Peak19,4701270Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.7 
73.Humboldt Peak14,0641184Rocky Mountains1.4 
 Mount Kennedy13,9111181Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.7 
74.Mount Langley14,0261165Pacific Ranges4.4 
75.Mount Churchill15,6381138Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.6 
76.Snowmass Mountain14,0921132Rocky Mountains2.3 
77.Quandary Peak14,2651105Rocky Mountains3.2 
78.Mount Russell14,0881096Pacific Ranges.7 
79.Mount Tyndall14,0191092Pacific Ranges1.4 
80.Middle Palisade14,0121085Pacific Ranges2.6 
81.Mount Logan-Prospectors Peak18,5171063Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
82.Kit Carson Mountain14,1651005Rocky Mountains1.3 
83.Mount Eolus14,0841004Rocky Mountains1.7 
84.Mount Columbia14,073873Rocky Mountains1.9 
85.Wilson Peak14,017857Rocky Mountains1.5 
86.Mount Sherman14,036850Rocky Mountains8.1 
87.Missouri Mountain14,067827Rocky Mountains1.3 
88.Mount Logan-Philippe Peak19,423788Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
89.Mount Lucania-Atlantic Peak16,007784Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
90.Mount Democrat14,148748Rocky Mountains1.3 
90.McArthur Peak-East Peak14,134748Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
92.Mount Bierstadt14,060700Rocky Mountains1.1 
93.Mount Logan-Capet Peak17,224689Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.0 
94.Mount Oxford14,153633Rocky Mountains1.2 
95.Iztaccíhuatl-Cabeza16,667591Central Mexican Ranges.5 
96.Mount Slaggard-South Peak14,304590Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
97.Mount Logan-East Peak19,350584Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.4 
98.Torreys Peak14,267560Rocky Mountains.7 
99.East Buttress-Peak 1463014,630530Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.2 
100.Mount Logan-Tudor Peak18,110525Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
100.Iztaccíhuatl-Los Pies15,420525Central Mexican Ranges1.7 
100.Mount Macaulay-Southeast Peak14,436525Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.7 
103.Mount Wood-Northwest Peak15,741518Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
104.Mount Wrangell-West Peak14,013513Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.5 
 Mount Blackburn-Southeast Peak16,286486Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.5 
 Sunshine Peak14,001481Rocky Mountains1.3 
 Liberty Cap14,112472Pacific Ranges.8 
 Izta Norte15,289460Central Mexican Ranges.8 
 Queen Peak17,651459Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.0 
 Crestone Needle14,197437Rocky Mountains.4 
 Tabeguache Peak14,155435Rocky Mountains.8 
 Cerro Colorado14,633394Central Mexican Ranges2.2 
 Mount Slaggard-West Peak14,042394Alaska-Yukon Ranges3.0 
 Mount Lucania-Central Peak16,535393Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
 Mount Lucania-Northeast Peak16,263384Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.2 
 Sunlight Peak14,059379Rocky Mountains.5 
 Mount Bona-West Peak15,660360Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.3 
 The Snave14,260360Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.1 
 Little Bear Peak14,037357Rocky Mountains1.0 
 Mount Sill14,153353Pacific Ranges.6 
 East Buttress14,730330Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.5 
 Mount Vancouver-Good Neighbor Peak15,682328Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.6 
 Ellingwood Point14,042322Rocky Mountains.5 
 Columbia Point13,960320Rocky Mountains.2 
 South Buttress15,885315Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.5 
 Aello Peak-East Peak13,900300Alaska-Yukon Ranges.7 
 Mount Muir14,012298Pacific Ranges.5 
 Mount Bross14,172292Rocky Mountains1.0 
 Challenger Point14,081281Rocky Mountains.2 
 Mount Logan-AINA Peak18,373263Alaska-Yukon Ranges.9 
 Mount Saint Elias-West Peak16,798263Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.7 
 Mount Vancouver-Middle Peak15,617263Alaska-Yukon Ranges.8 
 Cerro del Ombugo14,173262Central Mexican Ranges.9 
 Mount Massive-Northwest Peak14,320240Rocky Mountains.9 
 Southeast Longs14,060240Rocky Mountains.1 
 El Diente14,159239Rocky Mountains.8 
 Peak 1873518,735235Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
 Peak 1472114,721221Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.6 
 Mount Elbert-South Peak14,134214Rocky Mountains1.0 
 North Maroon Peak14,014214Rocky Mountains.4 
 Mount Foraker-South Peak16,812212Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.0 
 Mount Massive-Southeast Peak14,132212Rocky Mountains.7 
 Peak 1441014,410210Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.4 
 Peak 1421014,210210Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.3 
 Thunderbolt Peak14,003203Pacific Ranges.2 
 Peak 1740017,400200Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.8 
 Mount Foraker-Southwest Peak16,500200Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
 Peak 1580015,800200Alaska-Yukon Ranges.9 
 Peak 1470014,700200Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
 North Conundrum Peak14,040200Rocky Mountains.4 
 Mount Logan-Saxon Peak18,045197Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.0 
 Polemonium Peak14,080160Pacific Ranges.2 
 North Eolus14,039159Rocky Mountains.2 
 South Wilson14,110150Rocky Mountains.3 
 Mount Logan-Houstons Peak18,766131Alaska-Yukon Ranges.8 
 Mount Logan-Russell Peak18,241131Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.0 
 Keeler Needle14,239131Pacific Ranges.2 
 Mount Foraker-Northwest Peak15,030130Alaska-Yukon Ranges1.1 
 Mount Cameron14,238118Rocky Mountains.5 
 Point Success14,158118Pacific Ranges.6 
 West Wilson14,100100Rocky Mountains.3 
 West Evans14,25696Rocky Mountains.3 
 Mount Massive-Green Peak14,28080Rocky Mountains.4 
 Northeast Crestone14,24080Rocky Mountains.1 
 Starlight Peak14,20080Pacific Ranges.1 
 South Little Bear14,02080Rocky Mountains.2 
 North Snowmass14,02072Rocky Mountains.2 
 Crooks Peak14,17365Pacific Ranges.1 
 Cerro Prieto14,17365Central Mexican Ranges.9 
 Aiguille du Paquoir13,97665Pacific Ranges.1 
 East La Plata14,18060Rocky Mountains.2 
 Crestone Peak-East Peak14,24040Rocky Mountains.1 
 South Bross Peak14,00040Rocky Mountains.6 
 Kitty Kat Carson13,96040Rocky Mountains.3 
 West Buttress16,03030Alaska-Yukon Ranges2.2 
 Conundrum Peak14,02222Rocky Mountains.1 
 Mount Massive-Far Northwest Peak14,1699Rocky Mountains.4 

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