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USA/Canada Peaks with 7000 feet of Prominence

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Showing Mike Larkin's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 67, or 7.46%)

RankPeak Prom-Ft
Range (Level 4)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount McKinley20,17220,320West-Central Alaska Range4629.4 
2.Mauna Kea13,79613,796Hawaii Big Island2452.5 
3.Mount Whitney10,08014,495Sequoia Sierra Nevada1646.32003-08-03
4.Mount Rainier13,21014,411South Washington Cascades731.2 
5.Mount Elbert909314,433Sawatch Range670.6 
6.Shishaldin Volcano94149414Aleutian Islands544.9 
7.Barbeau Peak85838583Ellesmere Island494.6 
8.Mount Isto79859060Eastern Brooks Range393.6 
9.Mount Logan17,21519,541Southern Icefield Ranges387.0 
10.Mount Odin70317031 363.9 
11.Mount Waddington10,79113,186Northern Pacific Ranges349.5 
12.Keele Peak70899685Selwyn Mountains337.5 
13.Mount Shasta977214,162California Cascades334.7 
14.Gannett Peak707613,804Wind River Range290.4 
15.Mount Robson928212,989Northern Continental Ranges285.5 
16.Ulysses Mountain75269921Muskwa Ranges270.8 
17.Wheeler Peak756813,063East Central Great Basin Ranges231.8 
18.Mount Vsevidof70517051Aleutian Islands222.5 
19.Mount Veniaminof82008225Alaska Peninsula Ranges209.2 
20.Mount Ratz797310,138Boundary Ranges193.4 
21.Outlook Peak72517251Princess Margaret Mountains166.3 
22.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499Transverse Ranges162.52005-11-25
23.Cloud Peak707713,167Bighorn Mountains145.0 
24.Mount Griggs73007650Alaska Peninsula Ranges135.4 
25.Charleston Peak825711,916South Great Basin Ranges135.22005-07-04
26.Mount Baker884510,781North Cascades131.5 
27.Mount Marcus Baker10,75113,176Chugach Mountains126.3 
28.Mount Hayes11,50713,832Hayes Range125.5 
29.Mount Fairweather12,99615,325Fairweather Range124.4 
30.Mount Olympus78387969Olympic Mountains108.0 
31.Mount Columbia777912,274Central Main Ranges98.2 
32.Mount Torbert868811,413Tordrillo Mountains97.7 
33.Skihist Mountain80659738Southern Pacific Ranges97.6 
34.Pavlof Volcano82258250Alaska Peninsula Ranges94.3 
35.Golden Hinde72017201Vancouver Island87.7 
36.Haleakala10,02310,023Maui Island Group75.4 
37.Mount Tom White764111,191Chugach Mountains73.0 
38.White Mountain Peak719614,246West Great Basin Ranges67.52004-06-19
39.Mount Blackburn11,64016,390Wrangell Mountains60.7 
40.Redoubt Volcano914710,197Chigmit Mountains58.7 
 Mount Hesperus69789828West Alaska Range58.1 
41.Mount Hood770611,239Oregon Cascades57.3 
42.Glacier Peak751810,540North Cascades56.0 
43.Mount Kimball742510,350Delta Range55.8 
 Mount Bona690016,550Northern Saint Elias Mountains49.7 
44.Mount Adams813612,276South Washington Cascades45.8 
45.Monarch Mountain959611,663Northern Pacific Ranges44.4 
46.Mount Odin79039747Monashee Mountains40.7 
47.Mount Sanford768716,237Wrangell Mountains40.3 
48.Wedge Mountain73789488Southern Pacific Ranges39.7 
49.Mount Sir Sandford886811,545Selkirk Mountains38.5 
50.Scud Peak71269800Boundary Ranges35.7 
51.Iliamna Volcano786610,016Chigmit Mountains33.6 
52.Mount Monashee788710,741Monashee Mountains32.2 
53.Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier895011,535Cariboo Mountains32.1 
54.Mount Cooper760810,151Selkirk Mountains31.0 
55.Mount Queen Bess772610,820Southern Pacific Ranges28.2 
56.Mount Vancouver889715,787Southern Icefield Ranges27.4 
57.Mount Lucania10,10417,257Northern Saint Elias Mountains26.7 
58.Mount Saint Elias11,24918,008Southern Icefield Ranges25.6 
59.Mauna Loa709913,679Hawaii Big Island25.2 
60.Kwatna Peak73007513Northern Pacific Ranges22.9 
61.Razorback Mountain706410,443Northern Pacific Ranges22.7 
62.Mount Hubbard806014,950Southern Icefield Ranges21.3 
63.San Jacinto Peak833910,839Peninsular Southern California Ranges20.32005-11-26
64.Mount Crillon717612,726Fairweather Range19.5 
65.Otter Mountain73568832Boundary Ranges15.8 
66.Mount Cook771013,760Southern Icefield Ranges14.5 
67.Mount Foraker725017,400West-Central Alaska Range14.3 

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