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Washington State Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation

Showing John Morrow's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 18, or 33.33%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Mount Rainier731.214,411Mount Rainier AreaMount Whitney1992-08
2.Mount Baker131.510,781Skagit RangeLiberty Cap1989-05-07
3.Mount Olympus108.07969Central Olympic MountainsSeward Peak 
4.Glacier Peak56.010,520Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass AreaMount Baker 
5.Oregon Butte46.56387Northern Blue MountainsBald Knob 
6.Mount Adams45.812,276Mount Adams AreaPoint Success1991-07
7.Mount Stuart44.59415Wenatchee MountainsDisappointment Peak1991-09-10 b
8.Boistfort Peak34.53120Willapa HillsSignal Mountain 
9.Calispell Peak33.66855Southwest SelkirksAbercrombie Mountain 
10.Mount Spokane33.25883Southwest SelkirksBald Mountain2010-09-06
11.Mount Saint Helens32.08333Mount Saint Helens AreaMount Adams-West Slope1990-08-14
12.Indian Rock30.45845Columbia-Yakima HillsThe Island 
13.Copper Butte30.37140Kettle River RangeMount Bonaparte 
14.Hog Ranch Buttes29.54216Central Washington StateRattler Benchmark 
15.Moses Mountain28.66774South Okanogan HighlandsBald Mountain 
16.Jump Off Joe27.62200Columbia-Yakima HillsRattlesnake Mountain-South Peak 
17.Mount Bonaparte26.77257South Okanogan HighlandsBaldy Mountain 
18.Huckleberry Mountain25.45825Southwest SelkirksLittle Calispell Peak 

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