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USA Lower 48 Top 100 Peaks by Prominence

Showing Mike Rodenak's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (9 out of 103, or 8.74%)

RankPeak Prom-Ft
StateRange (Level 3)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonCascade Range731.2 
2.Mount Whitney10,08014,495CaliforniaSierra Nevada1646.3 
3.Mount Shasta977214,162CaliforniaCascade Range334.7 
4.Mount Elbert909314,433ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains670.62005-07-02
5.Mount Baker884510,781WashingtonCascade Range131.5 
6.San Jacinto Peak833910,839CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges20.3 
7.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges162.5 
8.Charleston Peak825711,916NevadaGreat Basin Ranges135.2 
9.Mount Adams813612,276WashingtonCascade Range45.8 
10.Mount Olympus78387969WashingtonNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges108.0 
11.Mount Hood770611,239OregonCascade Range57.3 
12.Wheeler Peak756813,063NevadaGreat Basin Ranges231.8 
13.Glacier Peak751810,540WashingtonCascade Range56.0 
14.White Mountain Peak719614,246CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges67.5 
15.Cloud Peak707713,167WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies145.0 
16.Gannett Peak707613,804WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies290.4 
17.Grand Teton654513,770WyomingGreater Yellowstone Rockies69.4 
18.Sacajawea Peak63939838OregonColumbia Plateau125.5 
19.Kings Peak635813,528UtahWestern Rocky Mountains166.6 
20.Mount Graham634010,720ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges82.4 
21.Mount San Antonio624410,064CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges42.5 
22.Telescope Peak618811,048CaliforniaGreat Basin Ranges57.2 
23.Mount Peale618112,721UtahColorado Plateau72.82009-10-11
24.Mount Washington61586288New HampshireNorthern U.S. Appalachians819.6 
25.Mount Mitchell60916684North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains1189.0 
26.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaColorado Plateau245.9 
27.Borah Peak600212,662IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains150.8 
28.Mount Jefferson587111,941NevadaGreat Basin Ranges98.6 
29.Mount Ellen586211,522UtahColorado Plateau56.0 
30.Deseret Peak581211,031UtahGreat Basin Ranges46.02010-09-11
31.Mount Jefferson579710,497OregonCascade Range48.1 
32.Pilot Peak573110,716NevadaGreat Basin Ranges53.7 
33.Crazy Peak571911,209MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains44.6 
34.McDonald Peak56509820MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains79.4 
35.South Sister559310,358OregonCascade Range39.4 
36.Sierra Blanca Peak555311,973New MexicoSouthwest Basins and Ranges165.7 
37.Pikes Peak553014,110ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains60.62008-08-09
38.Mount Nebo550811,928UtahWestern Rocky Mountains75.62010-09-14
39.Snowshoe Peak54388738MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains82.9 
40.North Schell Peak541311,883NevadaGreat Basin Ranges23.5 
41.Hayford Peak54129912NevadaGreat Basin Ranges33.8 
42.Star Peak54009836NevadaGreat Basin Ranges69.0 
43.Diamond Peak538712,197IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains31.8 
44.Flat Top Mountain538210,620UtahGreat Basin Ranges23.8 
45.Mount Stuart53549415WashingtonCascade Range44.5 
46.Blanca Peak532614,345ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains103.42007-08-11
47.Mount Timpanogos527911,749UtahWestern Rocky Mountains39.62010-09-10
48.Ibapah Peak526712,087UtahGreat Basin Ranges61.2 
49.Mount Cleveland524610,466MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains99.4 
50.She Devil52409420IdahoColumbia Plateau31.5 
  or He Devil6409420IdahoColumbia Plateau.4 
51.Arc Dome523311,773NevadaGreat Basin Ranges23.1 
52.Lassen Peak522910,457CaliforniaCascade Range71.4 
53.Abercrombie Mountain51787308WashingtonColumbia Mountains14.0 
54.Mount Lemmon51779157ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges51.5 
55.Chiricahua Peak51499759ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges64.2 
56.Mount Eddy51259025CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges14.6 
57.Miller Peak50119466ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges66.5 
58.Mount Marcy49195344New YorkCanadian Shield129.6 
59.Mount Moriah490812,067NevadaGreat Basin Ranges20.3 
60.Jackson Mountains High Point48799095NevadaGreat Basin Ranges29.2 
61.South Yolla Bolly Mountain48548094CaliforniaNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges61.5 
62.Mount Tobin48519775NevadaGreat Basin Ranges35.4 
63.Hole in the Mountain Peak484911,306NevadaGreat Basin Ranges26.6 
64.Hyndman Peak482912,009IdahoIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains30.1 
65.Culebra Peak482714,047ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains35.42008-06-28
66.Round Mountain48105340WashingtonCascade Range8.7 
67.Ruby Dome480911,387NevadaGreat Basin Ranges94.7 
68.Mount Pinos48008831CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges82.9 
69.Mount Spickard47998979WashingtonCascade Range18.8 
70.Troy Peak479011,298NevadaGreat Basin Ranges40.0 
71.Granite Peak477912,799MontanaGreater Yellowstone Rockies86.0 
72.Copper Butte47607140WashingtonColumbia Mountains30.3 
73.Mount Baldy472811,403ArizonaColorado Plateau154.0 
74.Delano Peak470912,169UtahColorado Plateau112.1 
75.Matterhorn468810,838NevadaGreat Basin Ranges60.4 
76.Scotchman Peak46697009IdahoCentral Montana Rocky Mountains18.0 
77.Mica Mountain46088664ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges20.6 
78.Mount Saint Helens45938333WashingtonCascade Range32.0 
79.Mount Wrightson45909453ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges38.8 
80.Currant Mountain457511,513NevadaGreat Basin Ranges52.8 
81.Grapevine Peak45628738NevadaGreat Basin Ranges17.8 
82.Abajo Peak455511,360UtahColorado Plateau39.9 
83.Crestone Peak455414,294ColoradoSouthern Rocky Mountains27.42006-06-11
84.Swasey Peak45299669UtahGreat Basin Ranges40.7 
85.Clingmans Dome45136643Tennessee/North CarolinaBlue Ridge Mountains70.7 
86.Three Fingers45106850WashingtonCascade Range12.8 
  or Whitehorse Mountain22006860WashingtonCascade Range2.9 
87.Signal Peak450510,365UtahGreat Basin Ranges35.0 
88.Emory Peak44957825TexasSouthwest Basins and Ranges46.2 
89.Rock Creek Butte44869106OregonColumbia Plateau43.4 
90.Cache Peak447910,339IdahoGreat Basin Ranges81.8 
91.Mount McLoughlin44759495OregonCascade Range69.5 
92.Northwest Peak44577705MontanaColumbia Mountains24.1 
93.Junipero Serra Peak44475862CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges131.8 
94.Hualapai Peak44398417ArizonaSouthwest Basins and Ranges95.2 
95.Mount Shuksan44319131WashingtonCascade Range10.4 
96.Table Mountain442210,223MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains19.3 
97.Mount Stimson440210,142MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains30.0 
98.Kintla Peak440110,101MontanaCentral Montana Rocky Mountains14.8 
99.Granite Peak43999732NevadaGreat Basin Ranges82.4 
100.Santiago Peak43975687CaliforniaCentral and Southern California Ranges33.6 
101.Mount Augusta43869966NevadaGreat Basin Ranges14.8 
102.Remmel Mountain43858685WashingtonCascade Range16.8 
103.Steens Mountain43839733OregonGreat Basin Ranges124.7 

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