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New Zealand 3000-meter Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 100 meters of Clean Prominence

Showing Lee Wilson's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 14, or 42.86%)

RankPeak Elev-M  Prom-M Range (Level 3)Isol-KmAscent Date
 Mount Dixon300444Southern Alps.61972-02-05
1.Mount Cook37243724Southern Alps3139.11972-02-06
2.Minarets3040540Southern Alps5.31973
3.Mount Sefton31511063Southern Alps11.41979-12-16
4.Mount Haidinger3070130Southern Alps1.11980-02-09
5.Elie de Beaumont3109648Southern Alps9.21982-01-15
6.Mount Aspiring30302469Southern Alps131.11983-02-17
 Mount Cook-Middle Peak371737Southern Alps.9 
 Mount Cook-Low Peak359347Southern Alps.7 
 Mount Tasman3497519Southern Alps3.5 
 Mount Dampier344092Southern Alps.6 
 Mount Vancouver33099Southern Alps.5 
 Silberhorn330035Southern Alps.7 
 Malte Brun3199780Southern Alps11.9 
 Mount Hicks319878Southern Alps.9 
 Ledenfeld Peak3194101Southern Alps1.2 
 Mount Graham318414Southern Alps.6 
 Torres Peak3160100Southern Alps1.1 
 Mount Teichelmann31444Southern Alps.3 
 Mount Haast3114127Southern Alps.7 
 La Perouse3078493Southern Alps3.3 
 Douglas Peak3077318Southern Alps2.8 
 Magellan30499Southern Alps.5 
 Malaspina30422Southern Alps.5 
 Mount Hamilton3025325Southern Alps2.2 
 Glacier Peak300262Southern Alps.7 

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