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Vermont 3500-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 160 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing G. Ringle's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 31, or 6.45%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
(Opt)
 Prom-Ft
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Range (Level 6)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount Mansfield43933653Mount Mansfield Area51.92006-08-20
2.Killington Peak42353335Coolidge Range56.3 
3.Equinox Mountain38603080 11.1 
4.Jay Peak38582972 29.1 
5.Dorset Mountain37802860 10.9 
6.Mount Putnam36422482 10.2 
7.Stratton Mountain39402425 35.9 
8.Mount Ellen40832132 26.7 
9.Camels Hump41001900 11.21994-10
10.Bolton Mountain37001820Mount Mansfield Area5.1 
11.Sterling Mountain37141554Mount Mansfield Area4.0 
12.Bread Loaf Mountain38351435 8.2 
13.Farr Peak35221378 12.9 
14.Mount Snow35861329 7.6 
15.Glastenbury Mountain37481128 10.5 
16.Ethan Allen Mountain3688888 1.8 
17.Madonna Peak3660720Mount Mansfield Area1.7 
18.Mount Grant3623683 3.3 
19.Shrewsbury Peak3740660Coolidge Range1.5 
20.Pico Peak3957597Coolidge Range2.5 
21.Dorset Mountain-West Peak3515555 1.8 
22.Big Jay3786400 1.0 
23.North Hunger3583323 1.2 
24.Mount Abraham4006306 2.3 
25.Mendon Peak3840300Coolidge Range1.1 
25.Mount Roosevelt3560300 1.1 
27.Stark Mountain3662242 1.7 
28.Mount Wilson3800240 .8 
29.Mount Mansfield-The Nose4040200Mount Mansfield Area.8 
30.Rams Head3620180Coolidge Range1.2 
31.Little Killington3939179Coolidge Range.9 

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