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California County Prominence Peaks

Showing Laura Newman's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (30 out of 58, or 51.72%)

RankCountyPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.San BernardinoSan Gorgonio Mountain25283505San Bernardino Mountains2004-07
1.Los AngelesMount San Antonio18983068San Gabriel Mountains2004-07
3.InyoMount Whitney30714418Mount Whitney Group2004-08
3.TulareMount Whitney30714418Mount Whitney Group2004-08
5.RiversideSan Jacinto Peak25363304San Jacinto Mountains2005-07
6.SiskiyouMount Shasta29764317Mount Shasta Area2007-05-27
7.MonoWhite Mountain Peak21934342White Mountains2010-09-19
8.Contra CostaMount Diablo9471173Diablo Range2010-12-17
8.SacramentoCarpenter Benchmark51252Mokelumne Wilderness Area2010-12-17
10.VenturaMount Pinos14632692San Emigdio Mountains2011-03-12
11.OrangeSantiago Peak13371733Santa Ana Mountains2011-09-18
12.San Luis ObispoCaliente Mountain6721556San Luis Obispo Ranges2011-10-15
13.GlennBlack Butte7422270Central Northern California Coast Range2011-10-29
13.NapaMount Vaca597859Wine Country Ranges2011-10-29
13.SolanoMount Vaca597859Wine Country Ranges2011-10-29
16.MarinMount Tamalpais747784Sonoma-Marin Coast2011-10-30
16.San MateoSan Bruno Mountain340401Santa Cruz Mountains2011-10-30
16.San FranciscoMount Davidson191282Santa Cruz Mountains2011-10-30
19.Santa CruzMount Bielewski510985Santa Cruz Mountains2011-12-07
20.San BenitoSan Benito Mountain10611597Diablo Range2012-05-20
21.AlpineFreel Peak9593317Carson Range2012-09-09
21.El DoradoFreel Peak9593317Carson Range2012-09-09
23.San DiegoPalomar Mountain8701871San Diego Area Ranges2012-10-21
 San Diego or Cuyamaca Peak8701985San Diego Area Ranges2013-04-02
 San DiegoCuyamaca Peak8701985San Diego Area Ranges2013-04-02
24.KernDouble Mountain11652433Tehachapi Mountains2013-05-13
25.MontereyJunipero Serra Peak13561787Santa Lucia Range2013-10-26
26.Santa ClaraLoma Prieta10441154Santa Cruz Mountains2013-10-27
27.LakeCobb Mountain9641439Mayacmas Mountains2013-12-04
27.SutterSouth Butte625646Sacramento Valley Buttes2013-12-04
29.ShastaLassen Peak15943187Lassen Peak Area2014-08-30
30.PlumasMount Ingalls8512552Keddie-Grizzly-Dixie Area2014-08-31
 FresnoNorth Palisade8824341Palisades 
 MaderaMount Ritter12064006Ritter Range-East Yosemite 
 TuolumneMount Conness8013837Northern Yosemite 
 MariposaMount Hoffmann6983307Central Yosemite Sierra 
 ModocEagle Peak13263015Warner Mountains 
 AmadorMokelumne Peak4552845Mokelumne Wilderness Area 
 NevadaMount Lola6302788North Donner Pass Area 
 TrinityMount Eddy15562751Trinity Mountains 
 PlacerGranite Chief5632745Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area 
 SierraBabbitt Peak7192670Bald Mountain Range-Sierra Valley 
 TehamaSouth Yolla Bolly Mountain14672467Yolla Bolly Area 
 LassenHot Springs Peak8822333Pyramid Lake Area 
 ColusaSnow Mountain7612151Central Northern California Coast Range 
 MendocinoHull Mountain8642095Central Northern California Coast Range 
 Del NorteBlue Creek Mountain5541487Siskiyou Mountains 
 HumboldtKing Peak8921246Humboldt-Mendocino Coast 
 StanislausMount Stakes4271159Diablo Range 
 MercedLaveaga Peak5651159Diablo Range 
 San JoaquinTaylor Ridge146951Diablo Range 
 YoloBerryessa Peak420932Wine Country Ranges 
 ButteBloomer Hill362916Northwestern Sierra Nevada 
 CalaverasBear Mountain522882Carson-Iceberg Area 
 YubaChitterden Ridge213847Central North Sierra 
 KingsThree Peaks222811Diablo Range 
 SonomaSonoma Mountains High Point611751Wine Country Ranges 
 Santa BarbaraDevils Peak747747Channel Islands 
 ImperialEagle Benchmark504723San Diego Area Ranges 
 AlamedaSunol Ridge525668Diablo Range 

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