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USA Lower 48 Peaks with 5000 feet of Prominence

Showing Paul Trumm's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 57, or 3.51%)

RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M StateRange (Level 3)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount Whitney30714418CaliforniaSierra Nevada2649.5 
2.Mount Elbert27654399ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains1079.1 
3.Mount Rainier40264392WashingtonCascade Range1176.7 
4.Blanca Peak16234372ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains166.4 
5.White Mountain Peak21934342CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges108.6 
6.Mount Shasta29764317CaliforniaCascade Range538.7 
7.Pikes Peak16804301ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains97.6 
8.Gannett Peak21564207WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies467.3 
9.Grand Teton19904197WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies111.6 
10.Kings Peak19354123UtahWestern Rocky Mountains268.0 
11.Cloud Peak21544013WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies233.4 
12.Wheeler Peak23063982NevadaGreat Basin Ranges373.0 
13.Mount Peale18783877UtahColorado Plateau117.1 
14.Borah Peak18233859IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains242.6 
15.Humphreys Peak18413851ArizonaColorado Plateau395.7 
16.Mount Adams24743742WashingtonCascade Range73.62007-07-28
17.Diamond Peak16393718IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains51.2 
18.Ibapah Peak15993684UtahGreat Basin Ranges98.5 
19.Sierra Blanca Peak16863649New MexicoSouthwest Basins and Ranges266.7 
20.Mount Jefferson17873640NevadaGreat Basin Ranges158.7 
21.Mount Nebo16733636UtahWestern Rocky Mountains121.6 
22.Charleston Peak25123632NevadaGreat Basin Ranges217.5 
23.North Schell Peak16473622NevadaGreat Basin Ranges37.9 
24.Arc Dome15893588NevadaGreat Basin Ranges37.2 
25.Mount Timpanogos16063581UtahWestern Rocky Mountains63.8 
26.Mount Ellen17813512UtahColorado Plateau90.2 
27.San Gorgonio Mountain25283505CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges261.5 
28.Mount Hood23493426OregonCascade Range92.2 
29.Crazy Peak17413417MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains71.8 
30.Telescope Peak18803367CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges92.0 
31.Deseret Peak17713362UtahGreat Basin Ranges74.0 
32.San Jacinto Peak25363304CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges32.7 
33.Mount Baker26863286WashingtonCascade Range211.72007-07-06
34.Mount Graham19263267ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges132.6 
35.Pilot Peak17453266NevadaGreat Basin Ranges86.4 
36.Flat Top Mountain16373237UtahGreat Basin Ranges38.4 
37.Glacier Peak22853206WashingtonCascade Range90.2 
38.Mount Jefferson17603199OregonCascade Range77.5 
39.Mount Cleveland15933190MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains159.9 
40.Lassen Peak15943187CaliforniaCascade Range114.9 
41.South Sister17033157OregonCascade Range63.4 
42.Mount San Antonio18983068CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges68.4 
43.Hayford Peak16433021NevadaGreat Basin Ranges54.3 
44.Sacajawea Peak19472999OregonColumbia Plateau202.0 
45.Star Peak16462998NevadaGreat Basin Ranges111.1 
46.McDonald Peak17192993MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains127.8 
47.Chiricahua Peak15672975ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges103.3 
48.Miller Peak15262885ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges107.0 
49.Mount Stuart16322870WashingtonCascade Range71.6 
50.She Devil15852865IdahoColumbia Plateau50.6 
  or He Devil1832865IdahoColumbia Plateau.6 
51.Mount Lemmon15722791ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges82.9 
52.Mount Eddy15562751CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges23.5 
53.Snowshoe Peak16512663MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains133.5 
54.Mount Olympus23892429WashingtonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges173.7 
55.Abercrombie Mountain15752227WashingtonColumbia Mountains22.6 
56.Mount Mitchell18562037North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains1913.5 
57.Mount Washington18741917New HampshireNorthern U.S. Appalachians1318.9 

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