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Oregon Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation

Showing Bob Martin's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 27, or 14.81%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Steens Mountain124.79733Steens Mountain AreaPeak 9795Unknown
1.Strawberry Mountain46.19040Strawberry MountainsRock Creek ButteUnknown
1.Crane Mountain44.48456Warner MountainsSquaw PeakUnknown
1.Black Mountain33.05932Southern Blue MountainsWinom ButteUnknown
 Mount Hood57.311,239Mount Hood AreaPikers Peak 
 Mount Jefferson48.110,497Mount Jefferson AreaCrater Rock 
 South Sister39.410,358Sisters AreaMount Jefferson 
 Sacajawea Peak125.59838West Wallowa MountainsPinyon Peak 
 Mount McLoughlin69.59495Southern Oregon CascadesShastina 
 Mount Thielsen50.49182Crater Lake AreaMount McLoughlin 
 Rock Creek Butte43.49106Southern Blue MountainsGlacier Mountain 
 Diamond Peak25.78744Willamette Pass AreaMount Thielsen 
 Pueblo Mountain28.38632Steens Mountain AreaPeak 8759 
 Gearhart Mountain40.88370South-Central Oregon RangesDrake Peak 
 Yamsay Mountain33.08196South-Central Oregon RangesMount Scott 
 Paulina Peak28.97984Paulina MountainsMount Bachelor 
 Mount Ashland30.47532Siskiyou MountainsWillow Creek Mountain 
 Snow Mountain28.07163Far South Columbia PlateauFields Peak 
 Lookout Mountain45.86926Ochoco MountainsAldrich Mountain 
 Juniper Mountain25.76679Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges AreaPeak 6768 
 Wagontire Mountain28.76513Far South Columbia PlateauJuniper Mountain 
 Brandy Peak33.75298Kalmiopsis AreaKerby Peak 
 King Mountain31.05264Crater Lake AreaButler Butte 
 Marys Peak48.64097Central Oregon Coast RangeSnow Peak 
 Rogers Peak60.83706North Oregon Coast RangePeak 4261 
 Laurel Mountain28.23589Central Oregon Coast RangeMarys Peak-West Ridge 
 Roman Nose Mountain25.72840South Oregon Coast RangePrairie Peak 

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