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Arizona 10,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 280 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing David Olson's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 19, or 10.53%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Humphreys Peak12,6336039Flagstaff Area245.91986-12-29
2.Agassiz Peak12,356596Flagstaff Area1.4 
3.Fremont Peak11,969615Flagstaff Area1.0 
 Aubineau Peak11,838238Flagstaff Area1.2 
 Rees Peak11,474234Flagstaff Area.5 
4.Doyle Peak11,460700Flagstaff Area1.0 
 Mount Baldy-North Peak11,440160White Mountains.3 
5.Mount Baldy11,4034733White Mountains154.0 
6.Mount Ord11,357757White Mountains2.9 
7.Paradise Butte11,150510White Mountains1.9 
 Mount Thomas11,121201White Mountains.7 
 Mount Warren11,03676White Mountains1.1 
8.Peak 1093210,932412White Mountains1.9 
9.Escudilla Mountain10,9122392White Mountains24.6 
10.Sunrise Peak10,722282White Mountains1.0 
11.Mount Graham10,7206360Bisbee-Tombstone Area82.41998-05-25
 Hawk Peak10,627187Bisbee-Tombstone Area.6 
12.Diamond Butte10,624424White Mountains2.1 
 Profanity Ridge10,590110White Mountains1.6 
13.Kendrick Peak10,4182498Flagstaff Area10.7 
14.Bonito Cienega Peak10,416296White Mountains2.0 
 Plain View Peak10,37090Bisbee-Tombstone Area.7 
15.Peak 1036810,368328White Mountains1.6 
 Spruce Mountain10,346226White Mountains1.9 
 Tiger Butte10,185145White Mountains1.1 
16.Greens Peak10,1331013White Mountains10.8 
 Schultz Peak10,083123Flagstaff Area1.3 
17.Escudilla Mountain-South Peak10,082342White Mountains3.2 
18.Heliograph Peak10,0621036Bisbee-Tombstone Area3.1 
19.Webb Peak10,030510Bisbee-Tombstone Area2.5 
 Escudilla Mountain-West Peak10,005230White Mountains1.7 

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