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California County Prominence Peaks

Showing Eric Kassan's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (22 out of 58, or 37.93%)

RankCountyPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.ShastaLassen Peak522910,457Lassen Peak Area1990-09-28
2.InyoMount Whitney10,07514,495Mount Whitney Group1992-07-11
2.TulareMount Whitney10,07514,495Mount Whitney Group1992-07-11
4.VenturaMount Pinos48008831San Emigdio Mountains1992-08-03
5.MonoWhite Mountain Peak719614,246White Mountains1997-08-03
6.Los AngelesMount San Antonio622410,064San Gabriel Mountains2009-06-07
7.RiversideSan Jacinto Peak831910,839San Jacinto Mountains2009-06-28
8.Santa ClaraLoma Prieta34263786Santa Cruz Mountains2009-12-18
9.San FranciscoMount Davidson628925Santa Cruz Mountains2009-12-19
10.Contra CostaMount Diablo31093849Diablo Range2009-12-20
11.OrangeSantiago Peak43875687Santa Ana Mountains2010-01-02
12.MontereyJunipero Serra Peak44475862Santa Lucia Range2010-04-10
13.MarinMount Tamalpais24512571Sonoma-Marin Coast2010-05-21
13.San MateoSan Bruno Mountain11141314Santa Cruz Mountains2010-05-21
15.San BernardinoSan Gorgonio Mountain829411,499San Bernardino Mountains2010-07-11
16.KernDouble Mountain38217981Tehachapi Mountains2011-05-08
17.GlennBlack Butte24367448Central Northern California Coast Range2011-06-19
18.TehamaSouth Yolla Bolly Mountain48148094Yolla Bolly Area2011-06-25
19.PlumasMount Ingalls27928372Keddie-Grizzly-Dixie Area2011-06-26
20.TuolumneMount Conness263012,590Northern Yosemite2011-08-27
21.San DiegoPalomar Mountain28566140San Diego Area Ranges2013-12-09
 San Diego or Cuyamaca Peak28556512San Diego Area Ranges 
22.San BenitoSan Benito Mountain34815241Diablo Range2015-05-23
 FresnoNorth Palisade289414,242Palisades 
 SiskiyouMount Shasta976214,162Mount Shasta Area 
 MaderaMount Ritter395713,143Ritter Range-East Yosemite 
 AlpineFreel Peak314610,881Carson Range 
 El DoradoFreel Peak314610,881Carson Range 
 MariposaMount Hoffmann229010,850Central Yosemite Sierra 
 ModocEagle Peak43529892Warner Mountains 
 AmadorMokelumne Peak14949334Mokelumne Wilderness Area 
 NevadaMount Lola20689148North Donner Pass Area 
 TrinityMount Eddy51059025Trinity Mountains 
 PlacerGranite Chief18469006Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area 
 SierraBabbitt Peak23608760Bald Mountain Range-Sierra Valley 
 LassenHot Springs Peak28947654Pyramid Lake Area 
 ColusaSnow Mountain24967056Central Northern California Coast Range 
 MendocinoHull Mountain28336873Central Northern California Coast Range 
 San DiegoCuyamaca Peak28556512San Diego Area Ranges 
 San Luis ObispoCaliente Mountain22065106San Luis Obispo Ranges 
 Del NorteBlue Creek Mountain18204880Siskiyou Mountains 
 LakeCobb Mountain31604720Mayacmas Mountains 
 HumboldtKing Peak29284088Humboldt-Mendocino Coast 
 StanislausMount Stakes14043804Diablo Range 
 MercedLaveaga Peak18533801Diablo Range 
 Santa CruzMount Bielewski16713231Santa Cruz Mountains 
 San JoaquinTaylor Ridge4803120Diablo Range 
 YoloBerryessa Peak13773057Wine Country Ranges 
 ButteBloomer Hill11873005Northwestern Sierra Nevada 
 CalaverasBear Mountain17132893Carson-Iceberg Area 
 NapaMount Vaca19592819Wine Country Ranges 
 SolanoMount Vaca19592819Wine Country Ranges 
 YubaChitterden Ridge7002780Central North Sierra 
 KingsThree Peaks7292660Diablo Range 
 SonomaSonoma Mountains High Point20032463Wine Country Ranges 
 Santa BarbaraDevils Peak24502450Channel Islands 
 ImperialEagle Benchmark16512371San Diego Area Ranges 
 AlamedaSunol Ridge17212191Diablo Range 
 SutterSouth Butte20502120Sacramento Valley Buttes 
 SacramentoCarpenter Benchmark168828Mokelumne Wilderness Area 

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