New Mexico Peaks with 2000 feet of Prominence
Showing Craig Willis's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (1 out of 46, or 2.17%)
|Rank||Peak|| Prom-Ft || Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||Sierra Blanca Peak||5533||11,973||Sacramento Mountains||165.7|| |
|2.||Chicoma Mountain||4281||11,561||Jemez Mountains||35.3|| |
|3.||Sandia Crest||4098||10,678||East Albuquerque Ranges||45.3|| |
|4.||Mount Taylor||4094||11,301||North San Mateo Mountains||86.8|| |
|5.||Truchas Peak||4001||13,102||Santa Fe Mountains||42.3|| |
|6.||South Baldy||3803||10,783||West-Central Rio Grande Area||88.1|| |
|7.||Organ Needle||3700||8980||San Andres Mountains||52.0|| |
|8.||Big Hatchet Peak||3696||8356||Animas Area||23.0|| |
|9.||Salinas Peak||3605||8965||San Andres Mountains||39.9|| |
|10.||Whitewater Baldy||3535||10,895||Mogollon Mountains||51.6|| |
|11.||Wheeler Peak||3409||13,161||Taos Mountains||37.0||2007-09-07|
|12.||Capitan Mountains High Point||3261||10,201||Capitan Mountains||28.1|| |
|13.||Animas Mountains High Point||3250||8565||Animas Area||31.4|| |
|14.||Manzano Peak||3238||10,098||Manzano Mountains||42.2|| |
|15.||Florida Peak||3198||7448||West Las Cruces Ranges||27.0|| |
|16.||West Blue Mountain||3136||10,336||San Mateo Mountains (South)||26.0|| |
|17.||Ladrones Benchmark||3130||9210||West-Central Rio Grande Area||25.8|| |
|18.||Venado Peak||2971||12,734||Taos Mountains||11.8|| |
|19.||Mount Phillips||2901||11,741||Cimarron Range||7.5|| |
|20.||Timber Mountain||2815||7565||South East Rio Grande Ranges||28.1|| |
|21.||Baldy Mountain||2681||12,441||Cimarron Range||11.3|| |
|22.||Carrizo Peak||2645||9605||East Central New Mexico High Plateau||14.0|| |
|23.||Cookes Peak||2568||8408||West Las Cruces Ranges||22.3|| |
|24.||McKnight Mountain||2525||10,165||Black Range||42.0|| |
|25.||San Andres Peak||2515||8235||San Andres Mountains||22.8|| |
|26.||Cerro Vista||2499||11,939||Central Sangre de Cristo Range of NM||14.2|| |
|27.||Ute Mountain||2483||10,093||Taos Mountains||10.7|| |
|28.||Redondo Peak||2454||11,254||Jemez Mountains||13.6|| |
|29.||Little Costilla Peak||2424||12,584||Culebra Range||7.8|| |
|30.||Alegres Mountain||2369||10,229||Gallo-Datil Area||54.5|| |
|31.||Black Peak||2349||9029||Silver City Ranges||19.8|| |
|32.||Wind Mountain||2340||7280||El Paso Ranges||37.2|| |
|33.||Mount Withington||2315||10,115||San Mateo Mountains (South)||15.0|| |
|34.||Brushy Mountain||2280||7600||Summit Mountains||23.4|| |
|35.||Oscura Peak||2279||8639||San Andres Mountains||25.5|| |
|36.||Eagle Peak||2266||9786||Tularosa||11.5|| |
|37.||Picuris Peak||2241||10,801||Central Sangre de Cristo Range of NM||9.9|| |
|38.||Mockingbird Mountains High Point||2195||7475||San Andres Mountains||10.6|| |
|39.||Gallinas Peak||2167||8637||East Central New Mexico High Plateau||37.2|| |
|40.||Hachita Peak||2139||6639||Animas Area||14.6|| |
|41.||San Antonio Mountain||2108||10,908||Tusas Mountains||19.4|| |
|42.||South Sacramento Mountains High Point||2095||9695||Sacramento Mountains||39.0|| |
|43.||Alamo Hueco Mountains||2091||6851||Animas Area||13.1|| |
|44.||Placer Mountain||2077||8897||East Albuquerque Ranges||17.6|| |
|45.||Gardner Peak||2052||7534||San Andres Mountains||10.3|| |
|46.||Burro Peak||2000||8020||Silver City Ranges||17.4|| |
| ||Santa Fe Baldy||1982||12,622||Santa Fe Mountains||11.0|| |
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- Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 2000 by Edward Earl and Andy Martin.
- List generation helped by Edward Earl's WinProm program.
- 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.
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