California 13,500-foot Peaks
Ranked Peaks have 300 feet of Clean Prominence
Showing Adam Helman's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 54, or 11.11%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||Mount Whitney||14,495||10,075||Mount Whitney Group||1646.3||1980|
|2.||Bear Creek Spire||13,720||1440||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||2.0||1994-02|
|3.||Mount Shasta||14,162||9762||Mount Shasta Area||334.7||1994-07-01|
|4.||White Mountain Peak||14,246||7196||White Mountains||67.5||1995-08|
|5.||Mount Langley||14,026||1165||Mount Whitney Group||4.4||1996-09-02|
| ||Mount Williamson||14,373||1643||Mount Whitney Group||5.4|| |
| ||Mount Sill||14,153||353||Palisades||.6|| |
| ||Mount Russell||14,088||1096||Mount Whitney Group||.7|| |
| ||Split Mountain||14,058||1525||Palisades||6.8|| |
| ||Mount Tyndall||14,019||1092||Mount Whitney Group||1.4|| |
| ||Middle Palisade||14,012||1085||Palisades||2.6|| |
| ||Mount Barnard||13,990||932||Mount Whitney Group||2.0|| |
| ||Mount Humphreys||13,986||2563||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||14.7|| |
| ||Mount Keith||13,976||1903||Mount Whitney Group||3.1|| |
| ||Mount Stanford||13,973||981||Mount Whitney Group||2.9|| |
| ||Trojan Peak||13,947||364||Mount Whitney Group||1.0|| |
| ||Mount LeConte||13,930||1003||Mount Whitney Group||1.4|| |
| ||Mount Agassiz||13,893||813||Palisades||1.2|| |
| ||Junction Peak||13,888||765||Mount Whitney Group||1.4|| |
| ||Mount Mallory||13,845||722||Mount Whitney Group||.8|| |
| ||Caltech Peak||13,832||512||Mount Whitney Group||.5|| |
| ||Mount Darwin||13,831||1871||Evolution Region||7.1|| |
| ||Mount Kaweah||13,802||2027||Great Western Divide||10.7|| |
| ||Mount McAdie||13,799||479||Mount Whitney Group||.8|| |
| ||Mount Winchell||13,775||655||Palisades||.6|| |
| ||Mount Morgan||13,748||2628||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||9.9|| |
| ||Mount Gabb||13,741||2581||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||4.3|| |
| ||Red Kaweah||13,720||662||Great Western Divide||1.8|| |
| ||Mount Barnard-East Peak||13,714||459||Mount Whitney Group||.6|| |
| ||Mount Mendel||13,710||550||Evolution Region||.8|| |
| ||Mount Abbot||13,704||864||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||1.2|| |
| ||Black Kaweah||13,680||520||Great Western Divide||.7|| |
| ||Midway Mountain||13,665||1329||Great Western Divide||6.1|| |
| ||Second Kaweah||13,661||538||Great Western Divide||.8|| |
| ||Mount Tom||13,652||1972||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||4.8|| |
| ||Milestone Mountain||13,638||711||Great Western Divide||.6|| |
| ||Table Mountain||13,632||509||Great Western Divide||1.3|| |
| ||White Mountains Peak 13615||13,615||385||White Mountains||1.0|| |
| ||Birch Mountain||13,602||938||Palisades||2.6|| |
| ||University Peak||13,589||1187||Mount Whitney Group||3.5|| |
| ||Mount Ericsson||13,583||919||Mount Whitney Group||1.1|| |
| ||Ed Lane Peak||13,576||846||Palisades||1.0|| |
| ||Mount Brewer||13,570||1103||Great Western Divide||3.4|| |
| ||Mount Goddard||13,568||1568||Evolution Region||5.1|| |
| ||Tunnabora Peak||13,563||571||Mount Whitney Group||1.1|| |
| ||Mount Dubois||13,559||2319||White Mountains||9.6|| |
| ||Palisade Crest||13,553||561||Palisades||.7|| |
| ||Milestone Mountain-East Peak||13,547||555||Great Western Divide||.6|| |
| ||Mount Tyndall-Southwest Peak||13,540||417||Mount Whitney Group||.8|| |
| ||Cloudripper||13,525||845||Palisades||2.1|| |
| ||Thunder Mountain||13,517||525||Great Western Divide||.6|| |
| ||Mount Gayley||13,510||430||Palisades||.5|| |
| ||Mount Fiske||13,503||823||Evolution Region||2.1|| |
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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List The High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, and Trails (Secor)
The Climber's Guide to the High Sierra (Roper)
Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.
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