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Nevada Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation

Showing Mark Nichols's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (38 out of 43, or 88.37%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Charleston Peak135.211,916South Great Basin RangesOlancha Peak1999-10-07
2.Ruby Dome94.711,387East Central Great Basin RangesNorth Schell Peak2000-08-29
3.Hayford Peak33.89912South Great Basin RangesPeak 32772006-05-29
4.Pilot Peak33.69182West Great Basin RangesShoshone Peak 92822006-09-02
5.Mount Lewis34.99680West Central Nevada RangesMount Tobin2006-09-04
6.Pilot Peak53.710,716North Great Basin RangesPeak 107452006-09-06
7.Troy Peak40.011,298East Central Great Basin RangesWhite Pine Peak 113602007-09-09
8.Spruce Mountain27.110,262East Central Great Basin RangesGreen Benchmark2007-09-11
9.Hole in the Mountain Peak26.611,306East Central Great Basin RangesThomas Peak2007-09-12
10.Matterhorn60.410,838North Great Basin RangesHole in the Mountain Peak2007-09-13
11.McAfee Peak35.610,438North Great Basin RangesMarys River Peak2007-09-14
12.Sonoma Peak32.79396West Central Nevada RangesMount Tobin2007-09-15
12.Jackson Mountains High Point29.29095Northwest Great Basin RangesDuffer Peak-East Peak2007-09-15
14.Mount Tobin35.49775West Central Nevada RangesStar Peak2007-09-16
15.Mount Wilson26.49315East Central Great Basin RangesComet Peak2008-07-07
16.Wheeler Peak231.813,063East Central Great Basin RangesMount Lovenia2008-07-09
17.Mount Jefferson98.611,941West Central Nevada RangesHosebag Peak2008-07-11
18.Star Peak69.09836West Central Nevada RangesMount Augusta2008-07-12
19.Granite Peak82.49732North Great Basin RangesJacks Peak2008-07-13
20.Duffer Peak55.19428Northwest Great Basin RangesSanta Rosa Peak2008-07-14
21.Currant Mountain52.811,513East Central Great Basin RangesSouth Schell Peak2009-07-24
22.Seaman Range High Point27.08606South Great Basin RangesPeak 89132010-05-27
23.Lone Mountain25.19108West Great Basin RangesSilver Peak2011-05-06
24.Tule Peak32.18724Northwest Great Basin RangesBabbitt Peak2011-05-11
25.Kumiva Peak25.68220Northwest Great Basin RangesPeak 85442011-05-12
26.Highland Peak43.89395East Central Great Basin RangesPeak 95762011-05-20
27.Granite Peak49.18980Northwest Great Basin RangesEmerson Peak2011-09-25
28.Mount Rose33.210,776Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra NevadaJobs Sister2011-09-28
29.Mormon Peak27.67414South Great Basin RangesDelamar Peak 78002012-02-08
30.Roberts Creek Mountain32.310,134West Central Nevada RangesDiamond Peak2012-06-02
31.Cherry Creek Benchmark34.310,522East Central Great Basin RangesMummys Nose2012-06-06
32.Goshute Peak27.79610East Central Great Basin RangesSpruce Mountain2012-06-07
33.South Pequop Benchmark26.79249East Central Great Basin RangesChimney Rock2012-06-08
34.Diamond Peak27.910,614West Central Nevada RangesMount Hamilton2012-06-11
35.Mount Grant28.111,280West Great Basin RangesSouth Sister2012-09-08
36.Virgin Peak56.88071South Great Basin RangesSheep Range Peak 83202013-05-04
37.Summit Mountain29.210,461West Central Nevada RangesMasket Peak2013-06-15
38.Bunker Hill31.311,473West Central Nevada RangesArc Dome2015-06-13
 Mount Grafton26.810,990East Central Great Basin RangesLincoln Peak 
 Kawich Peak39.49401South Great Basin RangesQuinn Canyon Peak 10106 
 Bald Mountain43.09348South Great Basin RangesPeak 10076 
 Catnip Mountain30.07294Northwest Great Basin RangesSummit Lake Mountain 
 Spirit Mountain25.35639Mojave Desert RangesCastle Peaks 

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