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USA Lower 48 Peaks with 5000 feet of Prominence

Showing Bob Packard's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (57 out of 57, or 100%)

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 3)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonCascade Range731.21986-07 a8
2.Mount Whitney10,07514,495CaliforniaSierra Nevada1646.31982-07 a5
3.Mount Shasta976214,162CaliforniaCascade Range334.71973-06 a7
4.Mount Elbert907314,433ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains670.61977-08 a2
5.Mount Baker881210,781WashingtonCascade Range131.51984-08 a4
6.San Jacinto Peak831910,839CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges20.31999-09-29
7.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges162.51997-09 e1
8.Charleston Peak824111,916NevadaGreat Basin Ranges135.21984-07 a2
9.Mount Adams811612,276WashingtonCascade Range45.81984-08 a8
10.Mount Olympus78387969WashingtonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges108.02002-08-17
11.Mount Hood770611,239OregonCascade Range57.31973-07
12.Wheeler Peak756313,063NevadaGreat Basin Ranges231.81982-07 a1
13.Glacier Peak749810,520WashingtonCascade Range56.02003-07-24
14.White Mountain Peak719614,246CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges67.51982-07 a4
15.Gannett Peak707613,804WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies290.41983-08 a4
16.Cloud Peak706713,167WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies145.01988-08 a1
17.Grand Teton653013,770WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies69.41987-07 e8
18.Sacajawea Peak63889838OregonColumbia Plateau125.51988-07 b4
19.Kings Peak634813,528UtahWestern Rocky Mountains166.61980-08 a1
20.Mount Graham632010,720ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges82.41983-11
21.Mount San Antonio622410,064CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges42.51999-09-30
22.Telescope Peak616811,048CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges57.21982-07 a9
23.Mount Peale616112,721UtahColorado Plateau72.81982-05 a7
24.Mount Washington61486288New HampshireNorthern U.S. Appalachians819.61961-07
25.Mount Mitchell60896684North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains1189.01985-08 a7
26.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaColorado Plateau245.91968-07
27.Borah Peak598212,662IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains150.81984-08 a2
28.Mount Jefferson586111,941NevadaGreat Basin Ranges98.61997-09 d9
29.Mount Ellen584211,522UtahColorado Plateau56.01987-05 b1
30.Deseret Peak581211,031UtahGreat Basin Ranges46.01998-09 c4
31.Mount Jefferson577710,497OregonCascade Range48.11986-07 a6
32.Pilot Peak572610,716NevadaGreat Basin Ranges53.72003-07-05
33.Crazy Peak570911,209MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains44.62002-07-17
34.McDonald Peak56409820MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains79.42002-10-13
35.South Sister558810,358OregonCascade Range39.41987-08 a3
36.Sierra Blanca Peak553311,973New MexicoSouthwest Basins and Ranges165.71982-08 a5
37.Pikes Peak551014,110ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains60.61980-08 a6
38.Mount Nebo548811,928UtahWestern Rocky Mountains75.61997-08 d1
39.Snowshoe Peak54188738MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains82.92000-08-16
40.North Schell Peak540311,883NevadaGreat Basin Ranges23.52003-07-03
41.Star Peak54009836NevadaGreat Basin Ranges69.01999-06-22
42.Hayford Peak53929912NevadaGreat Basin Ranges33.82003-07-02
43.Diamond Peak537712,197IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains31.81997-09 d3
44.Flat Top Mountain537010,620UtahGreat Basin Ranges23.82002-09-02
45.Mount Stuart53549415WashingtonCascade Range44.52002-08-28
46.Blanca Peak532614,345ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains103.41977-07 b1
47.Mount Timpanogos526911,749UtahWestern Rocky Mountains39.62002-09-01
48.Ibapah Peak524712,087UtahGreat Basin Ranges61.21998-10 a2
49.Lassen Peak522910,457CaliforniaCascade Range71.41987-08 a4
50.Mount Cleveland522610,466MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains99.42003-08-11
51.Arc Dome521311,773NevadaGreat Basin Ranges23.12003-07-09
52.She Devil52009400IdahoColumbia Plateau31.52001-07-28
  or He Devil6009400IdahoColumbia Plateau.42001-07-27
53.Abercrombie Mountain51687308WashingtonColumbia Mountains14.01999-07-01
54.Mount Lemmon51579157ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges51.51989-12 b5
55.Chiricahua Peak51399759ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges64.21987-01 a8
56.Mount Eddy51059025CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges14.61999-06-23
57.Miller Peak50069466ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges66.51987-01 a5

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