Utah-Salt Lake County 10,000-foot Peaks
Ranked Peaks have 200 feet of Clean Prominence
Showing Chloe Jennings-White's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (26 out of 31, or 83.87%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||American Fork Twin Peaks||11,489||3649||Central Wasatch Range||11.1||1999-09-05|
|2.||Gobblers Knob||10,246||1486||Central Wasatch Range||3.2||2000-07-01|
|3.||Broad Fork Twin Peaks||11,330||1410||Central Wasatch Range||4.4||2004-09-26|
|4.||Lone Peak||11,253||893||Central Wasatch Range||2.7||2001-07-22|
|5.||Mount Raymond||10,241||881||Central Wasatch Range||1.3||1999-06-27|
|6.||Pfeifferhorn||11,326||766||Central Wasatch Range||2.6||2001-09-16|
|7.||Clayton Peak||10,721||681||Central Wasatch Range||2.3||1994|
|8.||White Baldy||11,321||641||Central Wasatch Range||1.3||2007-08-21|
|9.||Scott Hill||10,116||636||Central Wasatch Range||1.7||1994|
|10.||South Thunder Mountain||11,154||634||Central Wasatch Range||1.2||2003-09-13|
|11.||Sugarloaf Mountain||11,051||531||Central Wasatch Range||.7||1994|
|12.||North Flagstaff||10,561||521||Central Wasatch Range||1.5||2001-09-01|
|13.||Mount Wolverine||10,735||495||Central Wasatch Range||1.5||1995|
|14.||Honeycomb Cliffs||10,480||487||Central Wasatch Range||.9||1995|
|15.||Sunrise Peak||11,275||475||Central Wasatch Range||.5|| |
|16.||Monte Cristo Peak||11,132||452||Central Wasatch Range||2.1|| |
|17.||Red Baldy||11,171||451||Central Wasatch Range||.7||2003-10-22|
|18.||Kessler Peak||10,403||443||Central Wasatch Range||1.9||2010-07-01|
|19.||Rocky Mouth Canyon Peak||10,292||372||Central Wasatch Range||.4||2007-06-18|
|20.||Mount Baldy||11,068||348||Central Wasatch Range||1.4||2000-08-26|
|21.||Dromedary Peak||11,107||347||Central Wasatch Range||.3|| |
|22.||Silver Benchmark||10,006||326||Central Wasatch Range||1.3||1995|
|23.||Big Horn||10,877||317||Central Wasatch Range||.7||2007-06-30|
|24.||Guardsman Peak||10,026||306||Central Wasatch Range||.7||1993|
|25.||Mount Venture||10,420||300||Central Wasatch Range||.7||1999-07-04|
|26.||Bells Cleaver||10,488||248||Central Wasatch Range||.6||2013-09-09|
|27.||Hogum Divide||10,516||236||Central Wasatch Range||.8||2001-06-23|
|28.||Preston Peak||10,315||235||Central Wasatch Range||.9||1999-07-24|
|29.||North Thunder Mountain||11,150||230||Central Wasatch Range||.8|| |
|29.||Dromedary Peak-East Peak||10,910||230||Central Wasatch Range||.7|| |
|31.||Sunset Peak||10,648||208||Central Wasatch Range||.8||1999-07-24|
| ||Hidden Peak||10,992||192||Central Wasatch Range||.6||2002-08-31|
| ||Peak 11137||11,137||177||Central Wasatch Range||.4||2005-08-25|
| ||Mount Millicent||10,452||172||Central Wasatch Range||.4||1995|
| ||Peak 10009||10,009||169||Central Wasatch Range||1.1||1994|
| ||Lone Peak-North Peak||10,561||161||Central Wasatch Range||.4|| |
| ||Devil's Castle||10,920||160||Central Wasatch Range||.5|| |
| ||Pioneer Peak||10,440||160||Central Wasatch Range||.3||1999-07-24|
| ||Point Supreme||10,595||155||Central Wasatch Range||.4||1998|
| ||Peak 11033||11,033||153||Central Wasatch Range||.5|| |
| ||Red Top||11,360||120||Central Wasatch Range||.3||1999-09-05|
| ||Sundial Peak||10,320||120||Central Wasatch Range||.6|| |
| ||Thunder Mountain||10,718||118||Central Wasatch Range||.6||2013-08-15|
| ||American Fork Twin Peaks-East Peak||11,433||113||Central Wasatch Range||.3||1999-09-05|
| ||Broad Fork Twin Peaks-West Peak||11,328||88||Central Wasatch Range||.1||2004-09-26|
| ||Superior Peak||11,040||40||Central Wasatch Range||.2|| |
| ||Mount Tuscarora||10,640||40||Central Wasatch Range||.3||2009-07-02|
| ||Patsy Marley||10,525||40||Central Wasatch Range||.4|| |
| ||Flagstaff Mountain||10,530||10||Central Wasatch Range||.3|| |
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