Colorado Peaks with 2000 feet of Prominence
Showing Donnie Puckle's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (21 out of 81, or 25.93%)
|Range (Level 4)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||Twin Sisters Peaks||2298||11,428||Front Range||4.0||2003-03-09|
|2.||Mount of the Holy Cross||2111||14,005||Sawatch Range||18.4||2003-07-19|
|3.||Grays Peak||2770||14,270||Front Range||25.0||2003-07-28|
|4.||Mount Lincoln||3862||14,286||Central Colorado Ranges||22.5||2004-07-08|
|5.||Mount Evans||2764||14,264||Front Range||9.8||2004-07-30|
|6.||Jacque Peak||2065||13,205||Central Colorado Ranges||4.5||2004-08-01|
|7.||Mount Elbert||9093||14,433||Sawatch Range||670.6||2004-08-16|
|8.||Mount Harvard||2360||14,420||Sawatch Range||14.9||2007-07-04|
|9.||Mount Princeton||2177||14,197||Sawatch Range||5.2||2007-07-14|
|10.||Mount Antero||2503||14,269||Sawatch Range||17.7||2007-08-25|
|11.||San Luis Peak||3113||14,014||San Juan Mountains||27.0||2009-05-31|
|12.||Flat Top Mountain||4054||12,354||Flat Tops Area||40.8||2009-07-19|
|13.||Longs Peak||2940||14,255||Front Range||43.6||2009-08-23|
|14.||Uncompahgre Peak||4277||14,309||San Juan Mountains||85.0||2010-07-03|
|15.||Mount Silverheels||2283||13,822||Front Range||5.5||2010-08-07|
|16.||Mount Richthofen||2680||12,940||Front Range||9.7||2010-09-19|
|17.||Mount Sneffels||3050||14,150||San Juan Mountains||15.7||2011-07-03|
|18.||Castle Peak||2365||14,265||Elk Range Area||20.9||2011-07-31|
|19.||Blanca Peak||5326||14,345||Sangre de Cristo Range||103.4||2011-08-21|
|20.||Pikes Peak||5530||14,110||Front Range||60.6||2011-09-10|
|21.||Bison Peak||2451||12,431||Front Range||18.2||2014-03-22|
| ||Crestone Peak||4554||14,294||Sangre de Cristo Range||27.4|| |
| ||Mount Wilson||4024||14,246||San Juan Mountains||33.0|| |
| ||Maroon Peak||2336||14,156||Elk Range Area||8.1|| |
| ||Windom Peak||2187||14,087||San Juan Mountains||26.3|| |
| ||Culebra Peak||4827||14,047||Sangre de Cristo Range||35.4|| |
| ||Mount Ouray||2659||13,971||Sawatch Range||13.6|| |
| ||Vermilion Peak||2105||13,894||San Juan Mountains||9.1|| |
| ||Bald Mountain||2099||13,684||Front Range||7.5|| |
| ||West Spanish Peak||3686||13,626||Sangre de Cristo Range||19.9|| |
| ||Mount Powell||3000||13,580||Central Colorado Ranges||21.5|| |
| ||Hagues Peak||2420||13,560||Front Range||15.7|| |
| ||Treasure Mountain||2828||13,528||Elk Range Area||6.9|| |
| ||Mount Herard||2040||13,340||Sangre de Cristo Range||4.6|| |
| ||West Buffalo Peak||1986||13,326||Central Colorado Ranges||9.6|| |
| ||Summit Peak||2760||13,300||San Juan Mountains||39.6|| |
| ||Antora Peak||2409||13,269||Sawatch Range||6.7|| |
| ||Hesperus Mountain||2852||13,232||San Juan Mountains||24.5|| |
| ||Twilight Peak||2338||13,158||San Juan Mountains||4.9|| |
| ||South River Peak||2448||13,148||San Juan Mountains||21.1|| |
| ||Bushnell Peak||2405||13,105||Sangre de Cristo Range||11.1|| |
| ||West Elk Peak||3095||13,035||Elk Range Area||13.8|| |
| ||Clark Peak||2771||12,951||Southern Wyoming Ranges||16.4|| |
| ||Chair Mountain||2461||12,721||Elk Range Area||8.9|| |
| ||Mount Gunnison||3539||12,719||Elk Range Area||11.8|| |
| ||East Spanish Peak||2383||12,683||Sangre de Cristo Range||4.2|| |
| ||Lone Cone||2273||12,613||San Juan Mountains||8.4|| |
| ||Graham Peak||2551||12,531||San Juan Mountains||8.6|| |
| ||Whetstone Mountain||2456||12,516||Elk Range Area||9.4|| |
| ||East Beckwith Mountain||2492||12,432||Elk Range Area||6.2|| |
| ||Anthracite Range||2125||12,385||Elk Range Area||4.8|| |
| ||Greenhorn Mountain||3777||12,347||Sangre de Cristo Range||25.2|| |
| ||Elliott Mountain||2240||12,340||San Juan Mountains||5.1|| |
| ||Parkview Mountain||2676||12,296||Central Colorado Ranges||9.4|| |
| ||Mount Zirkel||3470||12,180||Park Range||37.7|| |
| ||Crested Butte||2582||12,162||Elk Range Area||4.7|| |
| ||Park Cone||2040||12,100||Sawatch Range||3.4|| |
| ||Carbon Peak||2179||12,079||Elk Range Area||3.9|| |
| ||Mount Guero||2432||12,052||Elk Range Area||6.4|| |
| ||Red Table Mountain||2017||12,037||Sawatch Range||7.9|| |
| ||Mount Zwischen||2266||12,006||Sangre de Cristo Range||4.4|| |
| ||Huntsman Ridge||3072||11,852||Elk Range Area||10.3|| |
| ||Waugh Mountain||2330||11,710||Front Range||18.9|| |
| ||Black Mountain||2234||11,654||Front Range||8.0|| |
| ||Williams Peak||2049||11,617||Front Range||8.7|| |
| ||Puma Peak||2260||11,570||Front Range||7.4|| |
| ||Mount Mestas||2229||11,569||Sangre de Cristo Range||14.5|| |
| ||Thirtynine Mile Mountain||2088||11,548||Front Range||10.6|| |
| ||Tomichi Dome||2325||11,465||Sawatch Range||9.3|| |
| ||Elk Mountain||2159||11,419||Central Colorado Ranges||10.5|| |
| ||Marcellina Mountain||2728||11,348||Elk Range Area||5.1|| |
| ||Crater Peak||2307||11,327||Elk Range Area||18.0|| |
| ||Castle Peak||3040||11,300||Sawatch Range||16.7|| |
| ||North Mamm Peak||3103||11,123||Elk Range Area||21.2|| |
| ||Sand Mountain North||2179||10,879||Park Range||17.7|| |
| ||Black Mountain||2440||10,860||Park Range||16.4|| |
| ||Sleepy Cat Peak||2348||10,848||Flat Tops Area||10.6|| |
| ||Ute Peak||4039||9979||Southeast Colorado Plateau||34.3|| |
| ||Piñon Mesa High Point||2680||9700||Canyonlands||23.7|| |
| ||Diamond Peak||2845||9660||Great Divide Basin Area||29.7|| |
| ||Zenobia Peak||2395||9005||Uinta Range||22.8|| |
| ||Tanks Peak||2247||8717||Uinta Range||13.7|| |
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- Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1999 by David Olson, with computer assistance from Edward Earl, limited review by Andy Martin.
- List generation helped by Edward Earl's WinProm program.
- Posts made to the Yahoo Prominence Group online forum.
- Ryan Schilling's Colorado Prominence web page (See link below).
- Prominence values in this list may not agree 100% with sources, due to different interpretations of key col spot elevations and out-dated peak elevations in the PBC Database.
Links Colorado's Most Prominent Peaks - Ryan Schilling
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