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Adirondack Mountains 3700-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 160 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Dennis Stewart's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (1 out of 76, or 1.32%)

RankPeak Elev-M
Range (Level 6)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount Marcy16291499Marcy Group208.61987-06-13 01
2.Algonquin Peak1559644McIntyre Mountains6.1 
3.Mount Haystack1512257Marcy Group2.0 
4.Mount Skylight1501181Marcy Group1.6 
5.Whiteface Mountain1483948Whiteface Mountain Area25.6 
6.Dix Mountain1475860Dix Range9.1 
7.Basin Mountain1471226Great Range2.1 
8.Gothics1443218Great Range2.4 
9.Mount Colden1437272Marcy Group2.6 
10.Giant Mountain1410905Giant Mountain Area10.2 
11.Nippletop1405420Colvin Range2.5 
12.Santanoni Peak1404739Santanoni Range12.2 
12.Mount Redfield140474Marcy Group1.6 
14.Wright Peak139878McIntyre Mountains1.1 
15.Saddleback Mountain1380115Great Range1.1 
16.Panther Peak135489Santanoni Range1.8 
17.Table Top Mountain1345130Northern High Peaks2.3 
18.Hough Peak1344119Dix Range1.3 
19.Rocky Peak Ridge1338193Giant Mountain Area1.4 
20.Mount Marshall1335155McIntyre Mountains1.4 
21.Macomb Mountain1332177Dix Range2.0 
22.Seward Mountain1325621Seward Mountains8.7 
22.Allen Mountain1325200Marcy Group2.8 
24.Table Top Mountain-Middle Peak131388Northern High Peaks.8 
25.Esther Mountain129292Whiteface Mountain Area2.6 
26.Table Top Mountain-North Peak128550Northern High Peaks.7 
27.Big Slide Mountain1285330Northern High Peaks4.6 
28.Upper Wolfjaw Mountain128186Great Range.7 
29.Lower Wolfjaw Mountain1272207Great Range1.3 
30.Phelps Mountain126863Northern High Peaks1.5 
31.Street Mountain1265390Street Range4.9 
31.Sawteeth1265150Great Range1.2 
33.Cascade Mountain1249364Northern High Peaks4.1 
34.Seymour Mountain1247312Seward Mountains2.2 
35.Porter Mountain1245100Northern High Peaks.9 
35.South Dix124560Dix Range1.0 
37.Mount Colvin1235220Colvin Range1.6 
38.East Dix Mountain1227102Dix Range1.5 
39.Dial Mountain122560Colvin Range2.5 
40.Yard Mountain122267Northern High Peaks1.4 
41.Blake Peak1215180Colvin Range1.6 
42.MacNaughton Mountain1214259Street Range4.4 
43.Green Mountain1207262Giant Mountain Area2.4 
44.Blake Peak-South Peak120560Colvin Range.5 
44.Big Slide Mountain-East Peak120550Northern High Peaks1.0 
46.Cliff Mountain1202147Marcy Group2.2 
47.McDonnel Mountain120176Marcy Group1.2 
48.Snowy Mountain1188683Indian Lake Range45.3 
48.Moose Mountain1188418West Lake Placid Area7.8 
50.Lost Pond Peak1186141Street Range1.8 
51.Kilburn Mountain1183518Sentinel Range7.0 
51.Blue Ridge1183334Indian Lake Range11.0 
53.North River Mountains Peak1182432Marcy Group5.2 
54.Panther Mountain1177361Indian Lake Range4.1 
55.Sentinel Mountain117696Sentinel Range1.6 
55.Rist Mountain117676Marcy Group1.0 
57.Sawtooth Mountains1175450Sawtooth Mountains5.3 
58.Howard Mountain117378Northern High Peaks1.6 
59.McKenzie Mountain1168188West Lake Placid Area2.9 
59.Avalanche Mountain1168118McIntyre Mountains1.3 
61.Lyon Mountain1167682 35.2 
62.T.R. Mountain1165100Northern High Peaks1.6 
63.Averill Peak1159107 1.8 
64.Couchsachraga Peak115681Santanoni Range2.3 
65.Buell Mountain1155129Indian Lake Range2.4 
66.Sawtooth Mountains-Northwest Peak1155150Sawtooth Mountains1.4 
67.Boreas Mountain1151341Colvin Range8.6 
68.Wakely Mountain1148494 9.0 
69.Sawtooth Mountains-West Peak114560Sawtooth Mountains.9 
70.Blue Mountain1143585 15.1 
71.Donaldson Mountain-West Peak113863Seward Mountains1.4 
72.Lewey Mountain1137252Indian Lake Range5.0 
73.Wallface Mountain1136176Street Range2.2 
74.Panther Mountain-South Peak113273Indian Lake Range1.2 
75.Henderson Mountain1130245Santanoni Range2.8 
76.Hoffman Mountain1129598Blue Ridge Range11.4 

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