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Arizona 10,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 280 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Kevin Ashworth's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 19, or 26.32%)

RankPeak Elev-M
(Opt)
 Prom-M
(Opt)
Range (Level 5)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Humphreys Peak38511841Flagstaff Area395.71993-08-22
2.Webb Peak3057155Bisbee-Tombstone Area4.01995-02-11
3.Agassiz Peak3766181Flagstaff Area2.31995-05-05
 Mount Thomas339061White Mountains1.22003-02-12
 Hawk Peak323957Bisbee-Tombstone Area1.02003-03-24
4.Mount Graham32671938Bisbee-Tombstone Area132.62003-04-06
 Plain View Peak316127Bisbee-Tombstone Area1.22003-04-25
5.Heliograph Peak3067316Bisbee-Tombstone Area5.02003-05-11
 Fremont Peak3648187Flagstaff Area1.6 
 Aubineau Peak360872Flagstaff Area1.9 
 Rees Peak349771Flagstaff Area.7 
 Doyle Peak3493213Flagstaff Area1.6 
 Mount Baldy-North Peak348749White Mountains.6 
 Mount Baldy34761443White Mountains247.8 
 Mount Ord3462231White Mountains4.7 
 Paradise Butte3399156White Mountains3.1 
 Mount Warren336423White Mountains1.7 
 Peak 109323332125White Mountains3.0 
 Escudilla Mountain3326729White Mountains39.6 
 Sunrise Peak326886White Mountains1.7 
 Diamond Butte3238129White Mountains3.3 
 Profanity Ridge322834White Mountains2.6 
 Kendrick Peak3175761Flagstaff Area17.1 
 Bonito Cienega Peak317590White Mountains3.2 
 Peak 103683160100White Mountains2.7 
 Spruce Mountain315368White Mountains3.1 
 Tiger Butte310444White Mountains1.8 
 Greens Peak3089309White Mountains17.4 
 Schultz Peak307337Flagstaff Area2.1 
 Escudilla Mountain-South Peak3073104White Mountains5.2 
 Escudilla Mountain-West Peak305071White Mountains2.8 

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