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New Jersey 1000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 180 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Edward Earl's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 67, or 8.96%)

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M Range (Level 5)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.High Point550270Kittatiny Mountain38.22011-08-22 16
2.Hamburg Mountains High Point456267Hudson-Jersey Highlands18.82011-08-22 14
3.Mount Paradise490210Kittatiny Mountain17.6 
4.Pochuck Mountain364206Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.3 
5.Scotts Mountain390195Hudson-Jersey Highlands20.42011-08-21 11
6.Bald Mountain355178Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.3 
7.Mount Mohepinoke347164Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.2 
8.Jenny Jump Mountain346163Hudson-Jersey Highlands7.2 
9.Green Pond Mountain390140Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.6 
10.Allamuchy Mountain378134Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.8 
11.Kittatiny Mountain-Warren CoHP488128Kittatiny Mountain17.12011-08-21 16
11.Windbeam Mountain317128Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.0 
13.Jenny Jump Mountain #4326125Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.2 
14.County House Mountain348122Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.7 
15.Guerin Benchmark341122Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.4 
16.Buck Mountain378116Hudson-Jersey Highlands7.3 
17.Mount Stockholm430113Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.6 
18.Bearfort Mountain-North Area445110Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.1 
18.Mount Fairway329110Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.1 
20.Sunrise Mountain504108Kittatiny Mountain12.5 
21.Mount Defiance317104Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.2 
22.Budd Lake West383103Hudson-Jersey Highlands22.0 
23.Upper Pohatcong Mountain376102Hudson-Jersey Highlands8.2 
24.Bearfort Mountain45197Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.92011-08-22 10
24.Pimple Hills High Point34797Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.4 
24.Jenny Jump Mountain #331198Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
27.Mount Newfoundland37696Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.2 
28.Hill 116435593Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.4 
29.Ilgenstein Rock34791Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.3 
29.Hill 104031791Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
29.Oxford Mountain30592Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.0 
32.Fox Hill31589Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.1 
33.Hasenclever Hill32587Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
34.Catfish Mountain47585Kittatiny Mountain6.9 
35.Mount No More35183Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.6 
36.Kanouse Mountain36181Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.0 
37.Dunker Mountain40879Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.0 
37.Pochuck Mountain-North Peak32979Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.2 
39.Rocky Mountain32477Hudson-Jersey Highlands.9 
40.Jenny Jump Mountain #233977Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.7 
41.Mount Arlington37273Hudson-Jersey Highlands9.1 
42.Drag Hill32771Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.5 
43.Whitehall Hill32967Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.3 
44.Boulder Pine Peak43367Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.4 
44.Bearfort Lookout40867Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.0 
44.Mount Byram37267Hudson-Jersey Highlands8.4 
44.Cobb Hill35467Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.1 
48.Westby Ridge33466Hudson-Jersey Highlands.9 
49.Morris County High Point42565Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.12011-08-30 11
50.North Pochuck Mountain35464Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.6 
51.Mount Gerard39762Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.7 
51.Allamuchy Mountain North37261Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
53.Bowling Green Mountain42161Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.6 
54.Wawayanda Mountain44561Hudson-Jersey Highlands6.9 
55.Peak 105832256Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.6 
56.Morris Lake Mountain376 Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.8 
56.Big Beech Mountain366 Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.8 
56.Long Hill360 Hudson-Jersey Highlands5.1 
56.Mount Rascal360 Hudson-Jersey Highlands4.8 
56.Hill 1160354 Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.4 
56.Wyanokie Torne341 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.7 
56.Wright Pond Cliffs341 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.6 
56.Mohawk Mountain341 Hudson-Jersey Highlands3.3 
56.Carris Hill341 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.1 
56.Waterloo Mountain329 Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 
56.Jennings Mountain327 Hudson-Jersey Highlands1.9 
56.The Tornfell305 Hudson-Jersey Highlands2.1 

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List Description

This list is still a work in progress and has not been checked. Many peaks do not yet have a prominence value, but it is likely that most of those do have over 160 feet of clean prominence. Overall, it many people may be surprised at the number and variety of peaks in the Garden State.

Acknowlegements

Thanks to Eric Koppel of the "New Jersey 1K Club" web site, who provided me with many of these peaks. Also, thanks to Aaron Maizlish of Peaklist.org, who did some preliminary research on the most prominent peaks in New Jersey.

Links

     New Jersey 1K Club

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       New Jersey Walk Book (Chazin, Fagan)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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