New Mexico 12,000-foot Peaks
Ranked Peaks have 280 feet of Clean Prominence
Showing Bob Packard's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (10 out of 36, or 27.78%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||Wheeler Peak||13,161||3409||Taos Mountains||37.0||1974-06 a1|
|2.||North Truchas Peak||13,024||624||Santa Fe Mountains||.9||1982-08 a1|
| ||Middle Truchas Peak||13,066||226||Santa Fe Mountains||.7||1982-08 a2|
|3.||Truchas Peak||13,102||4001||Santa Fe Mountains||42.3||1982-08 a3|
|4.||Chimayosos Peak||12,841||841||Santa Fe Mountains||1.3||1982-08 a4|
|5.||Santa Fe Baldy||12,622||1982||Santa Fe Mountains||11.0||1997-07 a4|
|6.||Little Costilla Peak||12,584||2424||Culebra Range||7.8||1997-07 a5|
| ||Big Costilla Peak-North Peak||12,739||179||Culebra Range||1.2||1997-07 a6|
|7.||Baldy Mountain||12,441||2681||Cimarron Range||11.3||2006-06-15|
|7.||Touch-Me-Not Mountain||12,044||924||Cimarron Range||3.5||2006-06-15|
|9.||Venado Peak||12,734||2971||Taos Mountains||11.8||2007-08-30|
|9.||Latir Peak||12,708||308||Taos Mountains||1.2||2007-08-30|
| ||Mount Walter||13,133||53||Taos Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Old Mike Peak||13,113||233||Taos Mountains||1.0|| |
| ||Medio Truchas Peak||13,040||120||Santa Fe Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Simpson Peak||12,976||56||Taos Mountains||.5|| |
| ||Big Costilla Peak||12,931||1451||Culebra Range||13.4|| |
| ||Lake Fork Peak||12,881||601||Taos Mountains||1.6|| |
| ||Vintrero Benchmark||12,881||711||Culebra Range||3.9|| |
| ||Peak 12880||12,880||160||Santa Fe Mountains||.5|| |
| ||Jicarita Peak||12,835||715||Santa Fe Mountains||6.1|| |
| ||Jicarita Peak-South Peak||12,828||268||Santa Fe Mountains||.7|| |
| ||Peak 12819||12,819||459||Taos Mountains||1.1|| |
| ||Gold Hill||12,716||1796||Taos Mountains||6.1|| |
| ||Sheepshead Peak||12,696||456||Santa Fe Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Latir Mesa||12,692||52||Taos Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Red Dome||12,661||141||Taos Mountains||.9|| |
| ||Vallecito Mountain||12,643||803||Taos Mountains||1.5|| |
| ||Santa Barbara Peak||12,640||480||Santa Fe Mountains||3.0|| |
| ||Trouble Benchmark||12,622||302||Santa Fe Mountains||2.0|| |
| ||Virsylvia Peak||12,594||314||Taos Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Peak 12572||12,572||52||Culebra Range||1.5|| |
| ||East Pecos Baldy||12,529||889||Santa Fe Mountains||3.5|| |
| ||Barbara Peak||12,515||435||Santa Fe Mountains||1.0|| |
| ||Jicarita Peak-North Peak||12,510||265||Santa Fe Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Pecos Baldy||12,500||260||Santa Fe Mountains||.7|| |
| ||Jicarilla Peak||12,494||254||Santa Fe Mountains||1.5|| |
| ||Kachina Peak||12,481||181||Taos Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Peak 12456||12,456||376||Taos Mountains||1.4|| |
| ||Trampas-Santa Barbara Ridge||12,453||253||Santa Fe Mountains||1.2|| |
| ||Lew Wallace Peak||12,449||209||Taos Mountains||1.1|| |
| ||Cabresto Peak||12,448||288||Taos Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Jarocito Creek Peak||12,440||335||Culebra Range||1.2|| |
| ||Lake Peak||12,409||1329||Santa Fe Mountains||2.6|| |
| ||Redonda Peak||12,357||637||Santa Fe Mountains||2.2|| |
| ||Little Jicarita Peak||12,328||128||Santa Fe Mountains||1.2|| |
| ||Pueblo Peak||12,305||1225||Taos Mountains||3.2|| |
| ||Peak 12293||12,293||133||Taos Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Little Jicarita West||12,266||266||Santa Fe Mountains||1.5|| |
| ||Penitente Peak||12,249||169||Santa Fe Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Taos Cone||12,240||160||Taos Mountains||.8|| |
| ||Peak 12217||12,217||217||Taos Mountains||1.5|| |
| ||Trampas Peak||12,170||970||Santa Fe Mountains||1.9|| |
| ||Bull Creek Peak||12,170||290||Taos Mountains||.4|| |
| ||Peak 12165||12,165||205||Taos Mountains||1.3|| |
| ||Frazer Mountain||12,163||203||Taos Mountains||1.7|| |
| ||Pueblo Peak-West Peak||12,160||440||Taos Mountains||.5|| |
| ||Baldy Cabin Peak||12,116||436||Taos Mountains||.7|| |
| ||Lobo Peak||12,115||940||Taos Mountains||4.5|| |
| ||South Penitente Peak||12,110||215||Santa Fe Mountains||.9|| |
| ||Baldy Mountain||12,048||208||Taos Mountains||.7|| |
| ||Tesuque Peak||12,047||87||Santa Fe Mountains||.9|| |
| ||Peak 12040||12,040||280||Taos Mountains||1.0|| |
| ||Peak 12027||12,027||137||Santa Fe Mountains||.5|| |
| ||Peak 12025||12,025||265||Taos Mountains||1.4|| |
| ||Peak 12014||12,014||374||Taos Mountains||.9|| |
| ||Peak 12012||12,012||172||Taos Mountains||1.0|| |
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This list shows the highest peaks in New Mexico. All of the "12ers" in the state are located in the Sange del Cristo Mountains, stretching south from the Colorado state line to near Santa Fe.
To be ranked on this list, a peak must have a clean prominence of 280 feet, which is generally equivalent to an interpolated prominence of 300 feet. This is the most commonly-used standard used in Colorado for the 14er and 13er lists in that state, and seems appropriate for New Mexico as well.
Many thanks to Phil Robinson, who supplied many of the peaks on this list.
Map Showing Location of Peaks
= Peaks climbed by Bob Packard = Unclimbed peaksClick on a peak to see its name and a clickable link.
(Map only shows peaks ranked by clean prominence)
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