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Arizona 10,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 280 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Scott Surgent's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (8 out of 17, or 47.06%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Humphreys Peak12,6336039Flagstaff Area245.91994-07-11
2.Mount Graham10,7206340Bisbee-Tombstone Area82.42000-05-09
 Mount Baldy-North Peak11,420120White Mountains.32000-06-24
3.Mount Baldy11,4034728White Mountains154.02000-06-24
4.Heliograph Peak10,042996Bisbee-Tombstone Area3.12005-05-12
5.Kendrick Peak10,4182488Flagstaff Area10.72005-06-18
6.Escudilla Mountain10,9122382White Mountains24.62005-07-16
7.Webb Peak10,030510Bisbee-Tombstone Area2.52010-06-20
8.Greens Peak10,1331003White Mountains10.82012-07-16
 Agassiz Peak12,356576Flagstaff Area1.4 
 Fremont Peak11,969615Flagstaff Area1.0 
 Aubineau Peak11,838218Flagstaff Area1.2 
 Rees Peak11,474214Flagstaff Area.5 
 Doyle Peak11,460680Flagstaff Area1.0 
 Mount Ord11,357737White Mountains2.9 
 Paradise Butte11,150490White Mountains1.9 
 Mount Thomas11,121181White Mountains.7 
 Mount Warren11,03656White Mountains1.1 
 Peak 1093210,932392White Mountains1.9 
 Sunrise Peak10,702242White Mountains1.0 
 Hawk Peak10,627167Bisbee-Tombstone Area.6 
 Diamond Butte10,624404White Mountains2.1 
 Profanity Ridge10,590100White Mountains1.6 
 Bonito Cienega Peak10,416276White Mountains2.0 
 Plain View Peak10,37070Bisbee-Tombstone Area.7 
 Peak 1036810,368308White Mountains1.6 
 Spruce Mountain10,346206White Mountains1.9 
 Tiger Butte10,185125White Mountains1.1 
 Schultz Peak10,083103Flagstaff Area1.3 
 Escudilla Mountain-South Peak10,082332White Mountains3.2 
 Escudilla Mountain-West Peak10,005230White Mountains1.7 

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