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Nevada Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation

Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (41 out of 43, or 95.35%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Spirit Mountain25.35639Mojave Desert RangesCastle Peaks1963-12-14
2.Wheeler Peak231.813,063East Central Great Basin RangesMount Lovenia1964-10-17
3.Mount Jefferson98.611,941West Central Nevada RangesHosebag Peak1964-10-19
4.Hayford Peak33.89912South Great Basin RangesPeak 32771964-11-15
5.Charleston Peak135.211,916South Great Basin RangesOlancha Peak1965-06-12
6.Ruby Dome94.711,387East Central Great Basin RangesNorth Schell Peak1972-05-28
7.Mount Rose33.210,776Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra NevadaJobs Sister1972-08-01
8.Virgin Peak56.88071South Great Basin RangesSheep Range Peak 83201979-10-20
9.Mormon Peak27.67414South Great Basin RangesDelamar Peak 78001979-10-22
10.Hole in the Mountain Peak26.611,306East Central Great Basin RangesThomas Peak1986-09-04
11.Lone Mountain25.19108West Great Basin RangesSilver Peak1987-06-11
12.Matterhorn60.410,838North Great Basin RangesHole in the Mountain Peak1987-07-14
13.Troy Peak40.011,298East Central Great Basin RangesWhite Pine Peak 113601989-08-27
14.Pilot Peak33.69182West Great Basin RangesShoshone Peak 92821990-05-25
15.Bunker Hill31.311,473West Central Nevada RangesArc Dome1992-06-01
16.Mount Grant28.111,280West Great Basin RangesSouth Sister1992-06-03
17.Currant Mountain52.811,513East Central Great Basin RangesSouth Schell Peak1992-09-02
18.Highland Peak43.89395East Central Great Basin RangesPeak 95761993-05-25
19.Mount Wilson26.49315East Central Great Basin RangesComet Peak1993-05-28
20.Diamond Peak27.910,614West Central Nevada RangesMount Hamilton1993-06-25
21.Seaman Range High Point27.08606South Great Basin RangesPeak 89131994-05-25
22.Kawich Peak39.49401South Great Basin RangesQuinn Canyon Peak 101061994-05-27
23.Summit Mountain29.210,461West Central Nevada RangesMasket Peak1996-05-31
24.Tule Peak32.18724Northwest Great Basin RangesBabbitt Peak1996-06-02
25.Kumiva Peak25.68220Northwest Great Basin RangesPeak 85441996-06-04
26.Granite Peak82.49732North Great Basin RangesJacks Peak1996-08-22
27.Star Peak69.09836West Central Nevada RangesMount Augusta1996-08-23
28.Sonoma Peak32.79396West Central Nevada RangesMount Tobin1997-06-01
29.Goshute Peak27.79610East Central Great Basin RangesSpruce Mountain1997-06-27
30.Mount Lewis34.99680West Central Nevada RangesMount Tobin1997-07-04
31.Duffer Peak55.19428Northwest Great Basin RangesSanta Rosa Peak1998-08-07
32.McAfee Peak35.610,438North Great Basin RangesMarys River Peak1998-08-11
33.Spruce Mountain27.110,262East Central Great Basin RangesGreen Benchmark1998-08-15
34.Pilot Peak53.710,716North Great Basin RangesPeak 107451998-09-04
35.Jackson Mountains High Point29.29095Northwest Great Basin RangesDuffer Peak-East Peak1999-07-05
36.Cherry Creek Benchmark34.310,522East Central Great Basin RangesMummys Nose1999-08-08
37.South Pequop Benchmark26.79249East Central Great Basin RangesChimney Rock1999-08-26
38.Mount Tobin35.49775West Central Nevada RangesStar Peak1999-09-06
39.Mount Grafton26.810,990East Central Great Basin RangesLincoln Peak2000-08-11
40.Granite Peak49.18980Northwest Great Basin RangesEmerson Peak2000-09-04
41.Roberts Creek Mountain32.310,134West Central Nevada RangesDiamond Peak2002-08-10
 Bald Mountain43.09348South Great Basin RangesPeak 10076 
 Catnip Mountain30.07294Northwest Great Basin RangesSummit Lake Mountain 

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